Are you ready for 10 straight minutes of Transformers doing what they do best (i.e., transforming)? Here is very single transformation from all three of Michael Bay's Transformers films in one gigantic supercut. May we never tire of the iconic vomp vomp vomp sound effect. »
What's this? Some kind of evil-looking Freightliner truck in Transformers 4? How will it fit into the film's presumably intricate plot? Will it be friend or foe? »
Yes, that's correct — Michael Bay is no longer just content with destroying our cineplexes, childhood memories, and Chevrolet commercials (strangely, all three types of destruction intersect in the Transformers franchise) with his brand of "Awesome." Now he's going after the world of video games. Bay's directed this… »
Michael Bay is known for going totally pee-on-your-head crazy with the Transformers movies. But could it be that the most batshit insane Transformers stories were already told, a quarter century ago? »
What happens when you battle giant robots that blow up half the world? For Tyrese Gibson's Transformers character, Epps, it gave him PTSD. We learned how Gibson coped, and why he keeps getting cast in movies about cars. »
Today's daily Transformers 2 update comes with more spotted Autobots and rumors of a filming location. Photographed in the Culver City, Calif. is this truck loaded up with Ironhide and Ratchet. This is the third Transformer spotting we've seen over the past week. Last Friday we saw twin Barricades, yesterday we caught… »
Who's that familiar truck spotted on a Los Angeles freeway? Oh! It must be Optimus Prime! This Optimus Prime spotting comes less than a week after we saw twin Barricades in Culver City, Calif., and it just continues to affirm that the sequel to the robogasm Transformers is, indeed, in the early filming stages.