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.
The director of this high-powered trilogy showcases some of the unique features of this seven-disc Blu-ray set available January 31.
The director confirms he is making Pain and Gain next spring, but is still unsure of his plans after that project.
The filmmaker is in negotiations to direct the fourth installment for Paramount.
The story involves a quirky sociology professor with an almost savant-like expertise in subcultures.
The director reveals that he is looking at many possibilities, and will likely direct the low budget crime thriller Pain and Gain next.
Warner Bros. is also eyeing Michael Bay, Alfonso Cuaron, and Rupert Wyatt to direct, although Christopher Nolan remains the front runner.
The actor behind Robert Epps thinks they will take a break from the robots in disguise, but shall eventually return.
Photographer Robert Zuckerman offers a ton of never-before-scene images from the set of Michael Bay's blockbuster sequel.
The Michael Bay sequel is the first billion dollar grossing film in Paramount Pictures History.
The Autobots and Decepticons wage a war through the city of Chicago in this earth-shaking last look at Michael Bay's sequel, before it hits theaters Tuesday at Midnight.
The director says Transformers: Dark of the Moon has some of the most technically challenging sequences ever shot.
Director Michael Bay and Paramount Pictures have insisted that theater owners screen the 3D sequel with higher bulb wattage to improve the 3D experience.
Actor Tyrese Gibson also talks about the progress of Five Brothers, and why he's happy to see the end of Mudflap and Skids.
A new video glimpse of the Paramount Pictures event includes the two blockbuster directors discussing 3D filmmaking along with glimpses of the 3D sequel.