Shia LaBeouf grimaces his way through a screening of Transformers: Dark of the Moon as part of his #AllMyMovies experiment.
Director Michael Bay is rumored to bring in some fan favorite characters from the 1980s cartoon series.
Universal Studios Hollywood is debuting a 30-second spot for their new attraction during the big game Sunday, February 5.
This hit sequel comes to Blu-ray 3D with over four hours of explosive bonus features January 31st.
The director of this high-powered trilogy showcases some of the unique features of this seven-disc Blu-ray set available January 31.
Captain America: The First Avenger and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 are vying for the top visual effects award.
Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Transformers: Dark of the Moon, and Hugo all remain in the running for the visual effects award.
A seven-disc trilogy Blu-ray set with all three movies also hits the shelves on the same day, which includes a plaque of photos signed by director Michael Bay.
Michael Bay's explosive 3D sequel was also the top DVD rental after its first few days of release.
The legendary voice actor discusses portraying Optimus Prime, getting to work on the set with Frances McDormand and Tyrese Gibson, the future of Transformers and more.
The actor behind Robert Epps thinks they will take a break from the robots in disguise, but shall eventually return.
Shia LaBeouf, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, and Tyrese Gibson star in director Michael Bay's explosive 3D sequel.
Photographer Robert Zuckerman offers a ton of never-before-scene images from the set of Michael Bay's blockbuster sequel.
Paramount is bringing back the 3D box office hit for a two-week run beginning August 26th.
The Michael Bay sequel is the first billion dollar grossing film in Paramount Pictures History.
This is the second consecutive year the Studio has pulled such a feat, helped along by Transformers 3 and Kung Fu Panda 2.
The new comedy Horrible Bosses finishes in second place with $28.1 million while the Kevin James comedy Zookeeper takes third place with $21 million.
Or do the combined laughs of Horrible Bosses and Zookeeper have enough momentum to keep those Autobots down?
Producer Don Murphy insists that the franchise will not be "rebooted" but will continue with the same robots.
The franchise is expected to move into darker territory as Shia LeBoeuf and director Michael Bay part ways with this box office juggernaut.