Uncharted, the film version of the popular game series, may have found yet another director. Venom's Ruben Fleischer is the latest rumored person to take a wack at the troubled production. He follows David O. Russell, Neil Burger, Shawn Levy, and Travis Knight, the latter having been the most recent to exit due to scheduling […]
Transformers fans may be excused from not being excited about the return of the franchise to theaters. After an okay start in 2007, the franchise has continued to make money despite itself. The final straw for most of the audience was last years The Last Knight, which was the worst reviewed and lowest grossing of […]
Bumblebee is going to blow us Transformers fans away. The film dropped a new trailer last tonight, and in it is our best look at what the story entails, furthers the bond between Bumblebee and Charlie (Hailee Steinfeld), and has some of the best looking action from this franchise period. Plus: moar robots! Check it […]
Paramount Pictures has released a new featurette for their upcoming Transformers spinoff film Bumblebee introducing director Travis Knight. Knight previously was part of the stop-motion animation company Laika that brought Oscar-nominated film Kubo and the Two Strings to life before he joined the Paramount franchise. Travis says he approaches filmmaking as storytelling — as sharing stories. The new […]
Superstar director Michael Bay has made a career out of destroying the childhoods of Transformers fans with his blockbuster films, and though the upcoming Transformers: The Last Knight will be the last one he directs, he's already plotted out fourteen more that his henchmen will unleash upon the public over the next several decades. It's our […]
For ten years, superstar director Michael Bay has dedicated his life to destroying the childhoods of Transformers fans with his blockbuster movie franchise. Following Transformers: The Last Knight, in theaters in June, Bay will move on to destroy the childhoods of the fans of other popular 1980s properties. But Bay's work will continue, entrusted in […]
The cast and crew talk about making Kubo and the Two Strings something more than just a stop-motion samurai film. Among those interviewed are George Takei, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa and director Travis Knight. The video goes into the way the look of the film was crafted and the influences from Akira Kurosowa to origami.