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    Watch: Trailer For Michael Bay Produced Found Footage Time Travel Flick 'Welcome To Yesterday'

    What do you call a movie that's coming out in February? Anything you like, as long as you pick one title and stick to it. Seriously, two months from release date is kind of late to be changing around titles, and yet behold, a trailer for a movie called “Welcome to Yesterday," which, as I type, conti...

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    New Pics From 'Transformers: Age Of Extinction,' Mark Wahlberg Says He's Signed For 3 Films, Michael Bay Open For More

    Despite saying last summer that “Transformers: Age Of Extinction” would be his last at-bat, it seems Michael Bay’s having a great time on set and may have changed his mind about walking away from the hugely successful franchise. And he may not be alone in continuing the saga of giant robots and ramp...

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    Michael Bay Attacked By Zombie Wielding An Air Conditioner On The Set Of 'Transformers 4'

    When we woke up this morning, a story was circulating that an attempt was made to extort Michael Bay on the set of "Transformers: Age of Extinction" while shooting in Hong Kong. But it all seemed to be resolved. Everyone was safe, and so we made a cup of tea and got on with our day. But then Michael...

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    Watch: A New Trailer for the Michael Bay-Produced Starz Pirate Drama 'Black Sails' Looks Lavish

    Starz pirate drama "Black Sails" will be executive producer Michael Bay's first small screen venture, though the blockbuster king already has more series in the works. Here's a trailer.

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    Micheal Bay Is Going To Try And Stop A Nuclear Hitler Now

    Michael Bay has smashed up Transformers, put bullets into various parts of Florida more than once, saved the world from disaster with astronauts and made one of the best Alcatraz movies. So maybe it makes sense that he's going to try and stop Hitler on film.

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    Blow Up Your July 4th With 5 Clips And More From 'Armageddon'

    Released 4th of July weekend 15 years ago, "Armageddon" was a little known indie picture examining an existentialist crisis triggered by meteors pummeling the earth. Joking aside, the Michael Bay disaster flick was balls to the wall epic. With a real late '90s gem premise -- a massive asteroid is on...

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    Michael Bay May Go On A 'Ghost Recon' For His Next Directorial Effort

    So, Michael Bay tried to make a small scale movie, delivering the roided out "Pain & Gain" this spring, which did $49 million domestically, hardly the numbers you want with a movie starring Mark Wahlberg and Dwayne Johnson. With hundreds of millions already pretty much guaranteed for "Robot Hot Whee...

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    TNT Gives a Series Order to Michael Bay's 'The Last Ship,' Offers Trailer for the Apocalyptic Drama

    Coming on the heels of Starz's announcement of a January premiere date for Michael Bay's first TV venture, the pirate drama "Black Sails," is TNT's news that a series order has been given for another small screen project from the blockbuster king. "The Last Ship" has been greenlit for 10 episodes by...

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    Starz Sets January Premiere Date, Releases New Poster For Michael Bay-Produced Pirate Series 'Black Sails'

    After releasing a first-look trailer for their upcoming pirate prequel series "Black Sails" a few weeks back, Starz has returned a new poster for the Michael Bay-produced series, in addition to announcing an official air date of January 2014 for the eight-episode first season.

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    With 'The Great Gatsby,' Does Baz Luhrmann Prove He's More Gratuitous Than Michael Bay?

    The least interesting aspects of Baz Luhrmann's unsurprisingly lavish near-musical adaptation of "The Great Gatsby" come from the source material. That should surprise exactly no one. More to the point, the sprawling tale of millionaire loner Jay Gatsby (a confident Leonardo DiCaprio) yearning to be...

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