The Transformers comic relaunch from IDW has been a pleasant surprise thus far, and issue #4 will introduce a new character to the series and its mythos. Artist Andrew Griffith shared his initial designs for the new female bot on Twitter today, and to say it is eye-catching is an understatement. Some news! I'll be […]
This scene from the new Transformers starts with Mark Wahlberg piecing together observations to arrive at a new understanding just like any good fictional detective. It's kind of spoiled when the last piece of evidence is a smoking gun. I liked it better when he was showing at least some imagination, not stating the obvious. […]
Yes, there are dinobots.
It hasn't exactly been plain sailing on the Hong Kong set of Transformers 4 but the crew are still soldiering on, getting some of the film's most important, high-drama scenes in the bag.
That's Mark Whalberg, Nicola Peltz and Jack Reynor, in case you were interested. No? You're just here for the robots? Think you're going to have to wait a little longer...
Michael Bay wielding his camera like a mounted gun as scenery debris flies around him. Just an average Thursday probably.
Very, very, very, very, very murky. Is that a unicorn?
The new Transformers movie is officially Transformers: Age of Extinction, with a similarly themed teaser poster released to match.
Even including a tiny promotional poster-type-thing for the upcoming Star Wars trilogy if you're fussed about that.
The oft-rumoured inclusion of Dinobots in the upcoming Transformers 4 could well be confirmed later today.
Marky Mark is getting to play with a nice new weapon and some kind of alien space craft.
Another YA adaptation rolls the dice, Ron Howard gets his Herman Melville and more casting news of the day.
The lunchbox industry is about to have its production capacity tested like it's 1982.
Pacific Rim has just had a very impressive opening in China, but how long until Warner Brothers see the money from this big box office win.
A small set of Chinese architecture has been photographed in Detroit, showing off one way the film will draw on China's culture.
Transformers 4 is looking more and more like a car advert with its ever expanding roster of super cars.
Here's a fun phone number you can call... if you like tattling on robot aliens. Will you betray the Autobots?
Will Megan Fox be back for more Transforming? And will she do it behind the wheel of a Lamborghini Aventador?
How much China can you expect in the next Transformers film? Depends who you ask, it seems.
Also, a possible - and really very rusty - alt mode for Optimus.