There's no doubt that Michael Bay is one heck of a action movie director. With three Transformers flims under his belt as well as other blockbusters like Armageddon and Pearl Harbor, he is the king of summer action flicks where cars, planes, and miscellaneous objects blow up. If you've already seen Transformers: Dark of the Moon, were you impressed by the awesome, one-of-a-kind special effects? Or were you actually thinking that it looked pretty similar to his other films, since cars blowing up...are well, cars blowing up? If you were in the latter group, you're spot-on.
Cinema Blend reports that apparently, Michael Bay took an intense freeway chase scene from The Island, one of his less successful summer films, and planted it in Transfo…Read more >
I'm sure you've all heard by now that Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is to replace Megan Fox for the latest Transformers movie. Considering that it was Megan Fox's breakout role, not to mention a multi-billion dollar franchise, it was pretty shocking to hear Fox insult the director, Michael Bay and turn down Transformers 3. Now, Shia LaBeouf speaks up about his former co-star and just how she really felt about her role as the sexist woman in America.
In LA Times blog, Shia talks about the director's penchant for filming women rather lasciviously; considering that the majority of the movie focused on Megan Fox's intense sex appeal, there's no surprise there. Labeouf defends Fox:
“Megan developed this Spice Girl strength, this woman-empowerment …
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