Paramount has just released a new trailer for Transformers: Age of Extinction, this time featuring Mark Wahlberg’s character, Joe, stumbling upon Optimus Prime while trying to buy a new truck. The new trailer reveals the setting, which is post-war when the Transformers are no longer needed. However, even though the humans are already convinced that(…)
Now that all the hooplah over Ben Affleck being cast as the Batman that we deserve (but not the one we need right now) has died down, it’s time for other studios’ tentpole action films to get a little bit of time under the spotlight, this time it’s Michael Bay’s 4th installment in the Transformers(…)
Michael Bay has recently talked about what people can expect from the fourth installment in his Transformers movie franchise, confirming that it’s not going to be a reboot. The movie will start 4 years after Dark of the Moon, but will have a new cast, and there’s a whole lot of stuff that will be(…)
It’s not really a surprise that Seth MacFarlane’s Ted will get a sequel, as it made a killing in the box office. What is a little bit surprising is the fact that it was confirmed this soon, by the lead actor at that: “There is a Ted 2,” says Wahlberg. “We’ve already locked a deal(…)
Even when it was confirmed that Shia LaBeouf would not be returning for Transformers 4, Mark Wahlberg was still not the first name that came into people’s minds as a replacement. It was said that Wahlberg himself did not expect the role, but now that he’s signed up for the project, he can’t wait to(…)
After initially dismissing internet rumors about Mark Wahlberg being courted for a role in Transformers 4, Michael Bay has turned around and confirmed that the Ted actor will be the new star of the upcoming 4th installment in the Transformers movie franchise. Bay’s explanation regarding the 180 is that the rumors gave him an idea,(…)
There’s a new featurette out for Seth MacFarlane’s new live-action/CG comedy Ted, in which the cast and crew talks about the things that we can expect from the movie, but minors be forewarned, the featurette is as foul mouthed as the first official trailer that was released a few monhts ago.
A new poster has been released for Seth MacFarlane’s live-action/CG-movie about a guy with separation anxiety (played by Mark Wahlberg) and his rude, perverted teddy bear roommate (a CG animated stuffed bear voiced by Seth himself). As expected from the Family Guy creator, the poster is innuendo-laden. Yet it’s subtle enough that it won’t merit(…)