Michael Bay News
1:55 PM 4/15/2014 by Jeff Giles
It's a little hard to believe, but it's been five whole years since Jason Voorhees terrorized a gaggle of nubile teens near the deceptively idyllic shores of Crystal Lake. Platinum Dunes has struggled to do anything else with the franchise since 2009's Marcus Nispel-directed reboot, but you know the drill with Jason:
movieweb.com – Earlier in the week, a rumor spread that Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was in trouble and Michael Bay himself was going to reshoot at least one third of the movie. It wasn't known if director Jonathan Liebesman would be around for these new scenes, but the extended production was said to delay the release date, pushing the anticipated reboot from its prime August slot all the way to November or December, where it would become a holiday release. 3 weeks 21 hours ago via theothersenhman
8:22 AM 3/27/2014 by Jeff Giles
We don't always play the teaser trailer game around here, but few upcoming projects have generated as much curiosity -- or intense concern, or dread, whatever you want to call it -- as Paramount's next stab at turning Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles into a franchise. The TMNT teaser isn't your average sneak peek, in other words -- and it's right here.
theguardian.com – The horror returns as Transformers director revealed as man behind new take on Hitchcock's 1963 frightener, with Naomi Watts set to take Tippi Hedren role• More on Michael BayAlfred Hitchcock's film The Birds told the story of a rustic seaside town that finds itself menaced by hellish flocks of seagulls and crows. 6 weeks 6 hours ago via donnieyen
thewrap.com – In a competitive situation, Paramount Pictures has acquired rights to “Sabotage,” an upcoming project from author Neal Bascomb for Michael Bay to produce and develop as a potential directing vehicle. Paramount had no comment. Plot details are being kept under wraps for now. 27 weeks 6 days ago via theothersenhman
11:36 AM 9/19/2013 by Binh Ngo
Matthew Federman and Stephen Scaia, the duo who adapted the graphic novel Y: The Last Man for New Line, have been hired to write the Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon screenplay for Warner Bros., according to Variety. The movie is based on Ubisoft's video game series of the same name.