UPDATE (May 31, 2013): Optimus Schmoptimus! Now, here's the movie muscle machine we really wanted to get a look at.
Presenting the new Bumblebee, "a highly modified, vintage 1967 Camaro SS." In black and yellow, because obviously. (You know what it is.)
"Transformers 4" director Michael Bay had previously shelled out vehicle images for Optimus Prime and some of his little Autobot pals, but he waited to dole out this blockbuster-bound beauty 'til last, and we can definitely see why. It's far and away the sickest ride on the "T4" lot. Get More »
T.J. Miller may be best known as a comedian and as the scene stealing sidekick in movies like "Cloverfield," "Gulliver's Travels" and "Our Idiot Brother," but according to The Hollywood Reporter, that's about to change, as Miller has just signed on to co-star in the upcoming mega blockbuster "Transformers 4."
Are you ready for T.J. Miller: Action hero? Get More »
Kelsey Grammer wants to show the world that he's still so much more than just some reality TV tart and rag mag headline-maker. In fact, he's totes ready to become the bad guy ... even outside of the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" circle.
Quick, everyone, hide your daughters! Just kidding ... but kinda not.
Before stepping into the spotlight as the new young hero in the fourth installment of the "Transformers" franchise, Jack Reynor would like to spend a little time talking about "What Richard Did." Nope, "Richard" is not one of Jack's friends — it's the new indie import from Ireland he stars in that screened at the Tribeca Film Festival this week.
The 21-year-old Reynor plays Richard, a high schooler whose life seems to be skimming along a golden road until a fate-changing accident the summer before his senior year.
Of course, we couldn't let Reynor go without asking him a few questions about "Transformers." Read on for Reynor's prediction for the number of explosions in the action movie, his favorite things about New York and an in-depth discussion of Mark Wahlberg's third nipple.Get More »
In today's installment of Hollywood bowing down to the eastern superpower that is China, Paramount Pictures has now announced its plans to institute a Chinese reality show to cast a handful of local extras in "Transformers 4."
Uh huh. Evidently, reality TV is the main Chinese squeeze, and after the "Iron Man 3" effort to achieve "co-production status" revealed the nation wouldn't stand for mere lip service in doling out its ticket fare distribution perks, Paramount decided to step up their game. Get More »
Evidently, Stanley Tucci's made himself some sort of sordid life goal to dip his little piggies into every type of Hollywood water on the planet, polluted or not, because he has reportedly now signed on for Michael Bay's "Transformers 4."
Sequels are awesome, plain and simple. Returning to familiar characters and worlds we love is like covering yourself with a warm blanket, although when a sequel is bad it can be like a blanket covered in potato bugs and lice. Studios love sequels because seven times out of ten they open huge, no matter how good they are. Get More »