All the stories you’ve heard about a Michael Bay film set are true. It’s fast, loud, intense and frankly, it’s kind of amazing. Six cameras shoot simultaneously, ranging from 2D to IMAX 3D. Dozens of real Navy SEALS pour out of a crashed ship. Hundreds of live rounds are being fired. Several massive explosions go off.…
Say what you want about the Transformers movies, and we all have, but there’s no denying they deliver spectacle on a level unto themselves. That trend looks like it’ll continue with the fifth film, Transformers: The Last Knight.
Transformers: The Last Knight only recently got its title, but the marketing machine is up and running already with a cryptic teaser for something coming next week.
Since every Transformers sequel until now has had some kind of subtitle, it was pretty obvious Transformers 5 would follow suit. Well, that title has now been revealed and it’s not just unexpected, it’s downright confusing.
Cross The Six Million Dollar Man off the list of classic TV shows that had yet to get a big screen adaptation. After a several months of development, an updated version called The Six Billion Dollar Man starring Mark Wahlberg now officially has a release date and brand new director.
Later this week, M. Night Shyamalan is releasing a new movie called The Visit. And it’s actually pretty great. Scary, unpredictable, kind of like the movies that made him a household name. It’s unlike The Happening, the movie that almost killed his career.
“I’ve got an idea for an alien bounty hunter franchise.” “Oh yeah? What should we call it?” “How about... Alien Bounty Hunter.” “Perfect!” “Love it!” *High fives and bro hugs all around.*
Contrary to earlier rumors that Mark Wahlberg's first appearance in the Transformers franchise, Wahlberg himself has said that he's contracted for a "couple" more and that he expects to be back on the set "soon."
The latest rumor is that the perennially stalled Six Million Dollar Man film has found its star in Mark Wahlberg. It's an unsourced, unconfirmed rumor, so it may mean nothing. Alternately, prepare for an onslaught of jokes about Wahlberg's clueless Transformer character reacting to the abilities of Steve Austin.
In this thundering Transformers: Extinction trailer, Stanley Tucci and all the humans tell the Transformers "we don't need you any more." And then guess what happens next? BLAMMO: Dinobots! Watch the first real Dinobot-on-Autobot fight.
Watch the first real trailer for Michael Bay's Transformers: Age of Extinction. Which is almost entirely in slow motion.
The movie version of William Gibson's ground-breaking book Neuromancer is apparently moving forward — the production company GFM Films put up a page devoted to the film, including this piece of new concept art.
We're hesitant about Seth MacFarlane and Mark Wahlberg's strange comedy Ted, mostly because the bear (voiced by MacFarlane) is basically his Family Guy character Peter Griffin with fur. Then again, some of the jokes are pretty funny. Watch these four clips, and let us know what you think: adorable magical story…
Looks as though the magically animated teddy bear gets his party on, big time, in Seth MacFarlane's Ted, judging from a dozen high-res photos that just came out. There is something about the sight of a teddy bear in a suit, or a teddy bear on a couch with four hot babes, that leaves you thinking this could have some…
The first trailer for director Seth MacFarlane's live-action film debut has hit the web. In this ribald buddy comedy, Mark Wahlberg wishes his favorite childhood toy (voiced by MacFarlane) to life, and they proceed to swear a lot in Boston accents. Ted hits theaters July 13. Hat tip to Ash (Not From Pallet Town)!
Mark Wahlberg doesn't pull his punches these days, and he's decided to come forward and explain just why his Planet of the Apes movie wasn't as good as James Franco's. But who does he blame?
In space, nobody can hear you freestyle. But that hasn't stopped some of hip-hop's greatest legends from appearing in some classic science fiction and fantasy movies. From battling killer sharks to fighting off ghosts on Mars, some of our favorite rappers have also become some of our favorite SF heroes.
This news is certainly going cause a lot of angry mascara tears. Rumor has it Dirk Diggler himself, Mark Wahlberg, is in talks to take the lead in the new Crow film. Yikes.
Ricardo de Montreuil's snazzy short The Raven cost a mere $5K and was shot over a single weekend. Now Universal wants a Raven feature film, and Mark Wahlberg is potentially on-board to produce and star as the telekinetic hero.
In this new trailer from M. Night Shyamalan's The Happening, Marky Mark wants bored schoolkids to think about why all the Earth's honeybees are vanishing. The trouble is, unless you've got a video of giant robots decimating swarms of bees with lasers, the schoolkids just won't care. But once everyone starts dropping…