The first footage from director Michael Bay's action-packed sequel is finally here! Watch as the Autobots make their return to Earth.
Donatello, Raphael and Michelangelo are seen as toys in this latest look at the character designs in Paramount's reboot.
Principal photography has been completed on this anticipated sequel. Plus, the director sets the record straight about a recent interview he gave from the set.
The filmmaker is considering coming back to direct another sequel. Plus, learn more about the characters in this action-packed sequel.
The director reveals nearly 35 minutes of the film will take place in China. The Autobots are there to rescue 'something', but who or what is it?
The actor reveals more about his character and the story. He has signed a three-picture deal, so we may get a trilogy.
The filmmaker reveals it took seven security guards to subdue his would-be assailant. He compared the disgruntled man to a zombie in World War Z.
Two brothers demanded that the director pay them just under $13,000. Paramount reports that the filmmaker wasn't injured.
The project centers on a scientist who escapes the Gestapo. He must inform the Allies that Nazis are developing a nuclear program.
The director believes that the movie is the star in the horror genre. He lists The Shining and The Exorcist among his all-time favorites.
Director Michael Bay is seen guiding a camera rig throughout the manufactured chaos on the set of his highly-anticipated sequel.
Platinum Dunes is producing this sci-fi thriller that will employ hand-held camera work and follow a teenage protagonist.
An official set photo from Transformers 4 has arrived featuring the cast and crew, including Mark Wahlberg and Jack Reynor.
The villain is seen in a motion capture suit, while the Michael Bay produced reboot gets a licensing deal with Pizza Hut for some unique Turtle furniture.
The leader of the Autobots was spotted on the M-52 outside of Adrian, Michigan as production continues on Michael Bay's sequel.
This imposing cab-over truck will make its debut in the Michael Bay directed sequel, now shooting for release in 2014.
The director says shooting is going great, and that the media blew a minor mishap out of proportion.
Director Michael Bay takes over the small town of Taylor, Texas for this franchise sequel, in theaters next summer.
Director Michael Bay is currently in Taylor, Texas continuing production on this anticipated sequel.