Chinese audiences really love American movies that have big car chases, adorable dogs, Vin Diesel — and, possibly, Ruby Rose.
Patriots Day turns the Boston Marathon bombing into a superhero movie — and teaches us how to be okay with Trump’s new world order in the process.
From Disney and Deadpool to X-Men: Apocalypse and Michael Moore, here are the actors, filmmakers, and studios with reason to celebrate for the first half of the year — and others who may wish it was over already.
Michael Bay insists his new movie isn't political. Not everyone will agree.
From Marvel Studios' highs to Sony Pictures' lows, from Scarlett Johansson kicking butt to Adam Sandler bombing out, here are the highlights and lowlights in the movies this year.
“I'm a fat ballerina who takes scalps and slits throats!”
Dammit, Michael Bay!
Ouch, that's gotta hurt.
"Chris Evans is a Dorito."
This video *may* contain explosions. H/T Reddit.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Bay's latest film as a producer, opened with $65 million, and a sequel is already underway. There is no use in trying; Bay is unbeatable.
Do you love being a turtle? You won't after this new movie. WARNING: Possible spoilers ahead!
A very unfortunate Australian gaffe. UPDATE: Paramount Pictures Australia has deleted the tweet.
Transformers: Age of Extinction opened with an estimated $100 million — yet another major hit in the blockbuster franchise. But what would happen if Bay stopped directing them?
The latest installment in Michael Bay’s mega-franchise is enough to make you question your own taste. So that’s what we did.
::: parachutes out of airplane as "Flawless" plays :::
This post will self-destruct in 5-seconds. Big ups to Michael Bay.
While making his pitch at the annual International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the Transformers director lost his place on the teleprompter and then his cool.
MTV in the '90s was basically a training ground for the auteurs of today.
Sleeker, flashier, vroomier — almost Fast and Furious-esque. Dom Toretto would approve.
Chalk this victory up to our collective nostalgic outrage. Since Bay was announced as the producer for the TMNT reboot, their origin story has received most of the press.
There were no robots or asteroids in Bay's dark comedy Pain & Gain, but it still topped the box office with $20 million.
Not known for his physique, Mackie had to eat a lot of food to match the hulking Mark Wahlberg and Dwayne Johnson. "I was very regular," he says.
Plus new frontiers in booger research, breathtaking photos of sunrise over a sea of clouds, and... side-butt.
Filmmakers like Christopher Nolan and J.J. Abrams have embraced the large film format cameras, but IMAX's future may be without any film at all.
The Michael Bay dark comedy may be based on a true story, but we're having too much fun interpreting our own from these GIFs of Mark Wahlberg, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Rebel Wilson.
Now with 100% more explosions and krakens. A small glimpse into what fate would've awaited Jack and Rose if they'd been directed by anyone other than James Cameron.
This is, yet another, outrage! Apparently marketing folks don't think the words "teenage" and "mutant" will sell this movie. We learned nothing from "John Carter".
Michael Bay must be stopped. For the good our collective childhoods.
Ruining my childhood, one movie at a time, Michael Bay now has his hands on our favorite pizza-eating Ninja Turtles. And this time, he is going to make them aliens. Aliens.
And it's a reboot. Of his own series. Stop it, Michael. Just stop.
For you consideration... This is not a joke. Michael Bay takes the Oscars super serious you guys.
A crappy companion piece to the Oscar nominations. This list is a composite of predictions from film critics as to which cinematic atrocity will win the uncoveted Razzie for Worst Picture, compiled by awards show handicappers GoldDerby.
It's a well known fact that Michael Bay signs off all email correspondence and voicemail messages with (*explosion sound*). Point being, everyone knows Michael Bay loves explosions.
Since the Hollywood magnate is so well known for his adrenaline-fueled, hyper-tarded summer blockbusters, it's only right that Michael Bay would have his own energy drink.
Michael Bay has used the same footage to make two shitty movies.
Accurate parody is accurate.
This sound like the set up to a Scooby-Doo caper.
Spotted at the Toy Fair in New York City, the leader of the Autobots refuses to recognize our earth parking laws. Or maybe he was ticketed for how soul-crushing "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" was.
Remember when they used to show Megan Fox half-naked in these trailers?
Oh good, Heidi Montag has a gun.
The Aughts reached their natural conclusion about three weeks early.
This is a CGI driven student film that is way, way better than anything Michael Bay will ever do. [Via geeksaresexy]
If your car explodes in the middle of the air off a sweet-ass jump, call this guy. (via Holy Taco)