Michael Bay created a maligned franchise in Transformers, but the first movie deserves some love, or at least less hate.
Producer Lorenzo Di Bonaventura doesn't believe the stars will align anytime soon, and is doubtful that we'll ever see the cinematic team-up of G.I. Joe and the Transformers.
Universal Studios Hollywood will unveil this new 3D attraction Friday, May 25, which features a new Transformers story.
Hasbro CEO Brian Goldner hopes to woo the director back for another sequel, even though Transformers: Dark of the Moon is said to be his last.
Michael Bay's hugely successful sequel comes home packed with special features.
Two theme parks sites are teaming with DreamWorks Pictures.
Spider-Man 3 and 300 are nominated while Fantastic Four 2 is ignored.
Planet Terror is No. 2 in sales. Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer is No. 2 in rentals.
The director sounds off on the format war, the Transformers DVD and Transformers 2.
HD-DVD sells 190,000 units in that same time frame.
A full-size, 18-foot tall, 8,200 pound Bumblebee will greet passers-by.
Features the orchestral score for the blockbuster live-action robot adventure film.
Two of them worked on the original film and the upcoming Star Trek.
And brings back priceless information on the Transformers DVD and HD-DVD.
There are lots of layers to the story of all these Decepticons.
Bumblebee, Jazz, Ironhide, and Barricade from this summer's blockbuster film.
Could the film be released as soon as June 26th, 2009?
Get a glimpse at what Paramount has planned for this release.
Director also comments on the IMAX version of the original film.
You won't believe your eyes.