This summer was like a battlefield of awesomeness, with a larger-than-average slew of superhero movies, action movies and escapist fare. Some films emerged victorious, while others fell by the wayside.
Michael Bay directed both The Island and Transformers 3: Mark of the Spoon, so I guess he's allowed to rejigger a chase sequence from the former for the latter. Watch as Bay's 2005 clone saga becomes stock footage.
What happens when you battle giant robots that blow up half the world? For Tyrese Gibson's Transformers character, Epps, it gave him PTSD. We learned how Gibson coped, and why he keeps getting cast in movies about cars.
Say what you want about Michael Bay: The man can take a couple hundred million dollars and turn it into some top quality giant robot porn. Two dozen high-res photos from Transformers: Dark of the Moon showcase awesome robotic destruction.
The novelization of Transformers: The Dark of the Moon is out, and someone over at Comic Book Movie has read the entire thing. (Their writeup includes the epic phrase, "And here's where things get really stupid.")
We've got a batch of new summer blockbuster clips revealing the secret alien tech from J.J. Abrams' Super 8, Transformers 3's possible villain, and young Charles Xavier acting somewhat dickish in X-Men: First Class. Watch them now!
Back in May of 2010, Transformers director Michael Bay wrote that the offensive creatures Skids and Mudflaps would not be in Transformers 3. Then why were they on the T3 set? Now updated with an answer!
The Wachowskis' Cloud Atlas movie gains some major stars. New Men In Black III pics feature a pop-art icon. A new Transformers 3 trailer gives a glimpse of John Malkovich. A Total Recall cameo is revealed.