It the premiere of Friday the 13th, Transformers 2 Revenge of the Fallen director Michael Bay had a little chat about his current pet project. How long will it be? Will there be a part 3? I why should we see part 2? And all about the robots. With Shia Labeouf, Megan Fox, Rainn Wilson, Deception, Sam Witwicky and Optimus Prime.
The famous Victoria's Secret commercial directed by Michael Bay (Transformers). It was premiered during Victoria's Secret Fashion show on 12.2.09. The spot features many of Michael Bay's known trademark elements such as the helicopter and an array of glamorous explosions.
The only good thing about that movie and he takes it away? Damn you, Michael Bay. Well, that's what you get for talking back to the Bay-Dawg. Even though the movies sucked, Megan Fox wouldn't be who she is today without them. Alex explains why, referring to the infamous Jar Jar Binks Effect.
Ryan shows how to do the Michael Bay Elf shot from the Christmas special. Plus, we go to the location that he will be using to shoot his short film 'TELL', and gives a little trick to turn any location into the perfect space for your film.
We are there as James Cameron and Michael Bay discuss the future of 3D with 15 minutes of Transformers: Dark of the Moon footage!
Is Lauren Stoner Michael Bay's new Hollywood Blockbuster Beauty?
Need For Speed Behind The Scenes With Michael Bay
Michael Bay talks to HitFix about his robots in disguise
Trailers for To the Wonder, Welcome to the Punch starring James McAvoy and Michael Bay's next film Pain & Gain starring Dwayne Johnson and Mark Wahlberg.
Megan Fox is teaming up with Michael Bay again, mending their feud for his upcoming film, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Michael Bay reveals he'll start shooting Transformers in six week and how Mark Wahlberg approached him to be a part of the next Transformers franchise
Michael Bay apologizes for Armageddon, a film he directed back in 1998.
Michael Bay explains why it took 12 years to make 'Pain & Gain'. The director also reveals how he convinced Dwayne Johnson to stay on board and not drop out at the last second.
<p>Patrick Norton reports from Samsung's CES 2014 press conference, bringing news on ultra-high-definition screens, curved screens and bendable screens (oh my), plus details on Samsung's SmartHome system, and, of course, Michael Bay's micro-meltdown.</p>
There doesn't have to be a formal debate for there to be no right answer. This week Chris and Kyle try to decide how Michael Bay could make a decent TMNT film.
Two filmmaker's try to kill Bay for being Hollywood's worst director. Hilarity ensues.