As if Christian Koenigsegg’s cars weren’t cool enough already, he’s now making robot cars way cooler than Michael Bay ever could.
While director Michael Bay might not be known in film circles for his nuance or profound cinematic leaps forward, one thing is undeniable: his films resonate. Transformers grossed $319 million, and Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen grossed over $400 million and was second only to Avatar in box office gross for 2009.…
Because they've just taken out an ad asking the Academy to consider the movie about giant robots blowin' shit up for Best Picture, as well as pretty much every other available Oscar. Transformers 4 was the least egregiously awful movie in the franchise, but does that achievement make it Oscar-worthy? I say thee nay.
Cosmic Motors is one of those coffee table books that seems kinda cool, you pick up on a whim, then unwittingly read cover-to-cover before it burrows into your brain meat forever. It's cars and planes and racing all rolled into a thin sci-fi storyline, and now Michael Bay is making a movie out of it.
Did you watch Michael Bay's newest cinematic aberration this weekend and come away confused? Our patented Spoiler FAQ has the answers to every question you have about the Transformers: Age Of Extinction! (Yes, including the one about statutory rape, since Michael Bay decided to bring it up.)
I love Transformers. I don't mean the toys, the cartoons, the comics, any of that stuff. I mean the new Transformers, the Michael Bay Transformers.
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.
As investigators attempt to determine the cause of the Transformers 3 accident that sent a 24-year-old extra to hospital with brain injuries, Paramount, the studio behind the film, is suddenly contradicting eyewitness and police reports.
The latest vehicle spotted near the set of Michael Bay's third robogasm is a lifted and anything-but-stock red Autobot-emblemed Jeep." The coolest upgrade? A gunner cage on the back. The only problem? It's not an actual vehicle from the movie.
Last week Michael Bay continued his reign of terror on Chicago to make the robogasmic explosion pornfest operating under the working title Transformers 3. Here's an up-close look at the destruction and video of them blowing up the Second City.