And you’re going to click on this anyway.
Think you know a lot about ‘Transformers’? Well it’s time to put up or shut up.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is cool with Bay’s directing style.
We’ve got a new image of Shockwave. “Hey, One Eye, you think you’re so tough? How ’bout I transform into a giant middle finger, eh?”
Adjust your calendar that turns into a robot accordingly.
Various elements have combined to form a poster image for ‘Transformers: Dark of the Moon’.
Bay talks about the craziest action scene he’s ever filmed and why he’ll never work with Shia again.
Sorry, Godsmack. We’ll try to get you on the next one.
Can a film actually collapse into itself if it features too many heartthrobs?
Gary Oldman, Guy Pearce, Mia Wasikowska, and Jason Clarke have all jumped onboard The Wettest County in the World.
Back away slowly, Mark.
Entertainment Tonight visited the set of Transformers: Dark of the Moon in Chicago in the very excited way that ET visits things. Star Shia LeBeouf was either playing along with the amped up enthusiasm, or he's been dipping into the booger sugar between takes. I realize he's a passionate guy and all, but something feels a little…twitchy about his demeanor.
ET also interviews newbie female lead Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, who at least to me, doesn't seem to have the same "Damn, who is that hot-ass girl?!" appeal as Megan Fox. Spielberg liked her though, so what the hell do I know. I'm sure she's a better actor than Fox. Shit, Michael Bay's a better actor than Fox. And speaking of Michael Bay, ET gets him on record saying James Cameron shot Avatar like a little bitch. He doesn't use those exact words, but it's pretty obvious he poo-poos green screen.
Go behind the scenes after the jump…
I knew it was only a matter of time before The Social Network inspired a copycat film. But I hardly expected said film to be a biopic on Karl Rove with Shia LeBeouf playing the Republican strategist. But like Costco on Acid, Hollywood can be a very strange place.
In the wake of The Social Network's success, the L.A. Times brings word that the new hot biopic circulating in Hollywood is the Wes Jones script for College Republicans, a dramedy about Karl Rove's college bid to become chief campus conservative under the tutelage of Lee Atwater. Among the many young hotties vying to play Rove (only in Hollywood!) is Shia LaBeouf…
Now that I think about it, I can totaly see why this might come together. A lot of people seem to hate Karl Rove, a lot of people seem to hate Shia LeBeouf, and I always have to pretend I know who they both are so I don't look stupid. It's the perfect fit. (Vulture)
Goonies 2: Cruise ControlIn a recent interview with Movie Mikes, Corey Feldman pulled a Shia Lebeouf by trashing his last sequel, Lost Boys 2: The Tribe, and then immediately talking up the next installment, Lost Boys 3: The Thirst. That usally raises a red flag, but after watching the latest trailer for the film, all of my fears were put to rest…NOT!Yes, I just used a horribly outdated Wayne's World catch phrase. But at least Wayne's World had some relevance within the last 20 years. That's more than can be said for The Lost Boys, which hasn't been popular in over two decades.That's not to say Lost Boys 3 looks completely terrible. I'm sure it's a lot more palatable than the Twilight movies all those damn kids keep going on about. And the story of a group of vampire hunters raiding an LA nightclub in order to shoot and kill all of the undead patrons seems cool. It reminds me of a reoccurring dream I've been having, except for all the vampire stuff. (DreadCentral)
I'm A Celebrity. Get Me Out Of Here!! (the show where Lou Diamond Phillips was eaten by rats) has sparked quite a few controversies in the last few weeks. The latest of which is the escalating feud between Spencer Pratt and Al Roker. After an interview on NBC's The Today Show where Spencer was a dick and Roker asked him why, the uber-arrogant Pratt went on to say that he would have ripped Roker's head off if he hadn't been saved by Jesus. Roker responded by saying he would, "drop Spencer like a bag of dirt." Now THAT would be some must see TV. Check out these morning headlines… Shia says Indy 5 is on the way. Dammit. (First Showing) Sean Penn taking a breather. (NY Mag) Human Target script review. (Bleeding Cool) David Cross reveals the ugly truth about "nice guy" Paul Rudd. (MTV) Every week on Entourage. (College Humor) Palin and Letterman are brosefs again. (Reuters)
Geekologie reports that a man in South Wales recently passed away and used the opportunity to honor his favorite show, Dr. Who. Sebastian Neale arranged for his funeral to be themed after the popular science fiction program, right down to the TARDIS-shaped coffin.This is the most bizarre thing I've ever seen. Oh wait, I stand corrected. What are your thoughts on this, Talkative Baby?Yeah. I totally agree.More morning news for all y'all…Shia Labeouf will not bring down Y: The Last Man adaptation. (Coming Soon)It Might Get Loud gets a trailer. (The Playlist) Which lovely lady should play Judy Jetson? (io9)Tim Burton's 9 has a new poster. (IMP)Sexy Jamie King to play sexy Brigitte Bardot. (CHUD)