Dean Israelite is directing this found footage project, which is written by upcoming scribes Andrew Stark and Jason Pagan.
Michael Bay offers new details and an update on his next two projects, promising that fans will be happy with the direction he is taking.
The filmmaker reveals he is taking a smaller approach with his upcoming sequel starring Mark Wahlberg.
Director Michael Bay says this latest sequel takes place 4 years after Transformers 3, and has a good reason for a new cast.
Their American dream is bigger than yours in this true story from director Michael Bay.
Producer Michael Bay is leaving the decision to Director Jonathan Liebesman.
The renowned comic book artist doesn't want fans to worry about this live-action/CGI adaptation that Michael Bay is producing.
Director Michael Bay is in the inception stage of writing the screenplay, and says the story will continue after the destruction of Chicago.
The filmmaker's Platinum Dunes partners Bradley Fuller and Andrew Form are also producing this found footage project.
The director says he couldn't handle the thought of handing the franchise over to someone else.
The producer reveals that screenplay by Andre Nemec and Josh Appelbaum is not being used for the movie anymore.
The original draft by Josh Applebaum and Andre Nemec confirms all of the fans' worst nightmares about this continuation of the franchise.
The Killing writer Soo Hugh is behind this thriller, described as a cross between Eagle Eye and The Usual Suspects.
The director hopes to take the sequel to Cybertron, while cutting more than $30 million from his previous budget.
The photos show the director and star filming a chase scene for the extortion drama.
The producer of this live-action reboot goes on the offensive yet again, standing by his director.
The producer attempts to set fans' minds at ease about this upcoming relaunch of the popular franchise.
Michael Bay offers a few details about the upcoming Platinum Dunes film, saying kids will believe these new turtles are real.
Director Michael Bay will shoot Pain and Gain first, and will follow that up with Transformers 4, arriving June 2014.
Producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura also confirms the new adventure will be more of a reboot than a sequel to the first three movies.