"Transformers: The Movie" ist eine Live-Action-Verfilmung unter der Regie von Michael Bay (u.a. "The Island", "Pearl Harbor", "Bad Boys")...
1986 kam der Zeichentrickfilm "The Transformers - The Movie" in die US-Kinos... Zu diesem Zeitpunkt waren die Transformers - sowohl die Spielzeug-Roboter als auch die Fernsehserie - auf der Höhe ihrer Popularität...
Die Dreharbeiten zur "Transformers"-Realverfilmung begannen im Mai 2006... Der Film kam - nach einer Terminverschiebung - am 1. August 2007 in die deutschen Kinos...
Transformers sind fühlende, denkende Maschinenwesen aus den Weiten des Alls, die sich als technische Gerätschaften tarnen können, als Autos, Panzer oder Flugzeuge beispielsweise. Auf der Suche nach dem Energon Cube, dem Schlüssel für die Alleinherrschaft, fallen die grausamen Decepticon-Transformers über die Erde her und beginnen ihre Jagd auf den jungen Sam Witwicky (Shia LaBeouf, u.a. "Indiana Jones und das Königreich des Kristallschädels", "Constantine", "I, Robot"), der nichts ahnend die Karte besitzt, die zur Quelle der Allmacht führt...
"Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen" startete am 24. Juni 2009 unter dem Titel "Transformers: Die Rache" in den deutschen Kinos... Und "Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon" - ohne Megan Fox !!! - kam am 30. Juni 2011 in die deutschen Kinos... Michael Bay hat bereits für den 4. Teil unterschrieben, der im Sommer 2014 in die Kinos kommen wird...
"Transformers 3" auf DVD & Blu-ray Disc !!!
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CS!: Mögliche neue Gesichter für "Transformers 4"...
MichaelBay.com: Jetzt ist es offiziell... Mark Wahlberg spielt in Michael Bay's "Transformers 4" mit & "T4"-Logo !!!
MichaelBay.com: Mark Wahlberg scheint - dank entsprechender Gerüchte - eine Rolle in "Transformers 4" zu bekommen...
E! Online sprach mit Josh Dushamel, der nicht daran glaubt, dass die alte Belegschaft im 4. Teil mitwirken wird...
[...] "I don't think anybody's doing it," Josh Duhamel told us last night at the launch party for Sony PlayStation's new PS Vita portable entertainment system. "I know Shia [LaBoeuf]'s not doing it. I don't think Tyrese or Rosie [Huntington-Whiteley] or anybody else is doing it."
Of course, Duhamel isn't surprised that Paramount Pictures is continuing the franchise.
"Whenever these movies make that much money they're going to make as many as they can," he said. "[But] I haven't heard anything about it. They haven't called me." [...]
Unter MichaelBay.com steht zu lesen...
Paramount Pictures announced today that director Michael Bay has signed a two-picture deal with the studio, which will commence this spring with the filming of "Pain and Gain," and will be followed by the next installment in the hit "Transformers" franchise. [...]
Following "Pain and Gain," Bay will bring audiences a new take on the "Transformers" franchise as he begins production on the fourth installment in the hit series of movies based on the best-selling Hasbro toyline. The third, and most recent installment of the franchise, "Transformers: Dark of the Moon," is the fourth highest global grossing film of all time with 1.124 billion dollars of worldwide box office success. Directed by Bay, the movie will re-unite the filmmaking team from the hit franchise, including producers Lorenzo di Bonaventura, Don Murphy, Tom DeSanto and Ian Bryce; and executive producers Steven Spielberg, Bay, Brian Goldner and Mark Vahradian. Paramount Pictures will release the film on June 29th, 2014.
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Bei SHH! gibt es einen Clip aus den Bonus Features der kommenden "Transformers: Dark of the Moon" Ultimate Edition...
Unter MichaelBay.com stellt der Regisseur in einem Video die kommende Blu-ray Limited Edition Box vor...
Via ShootForTheEdit.com kommentiert der Regisseur Michael Bay die letzte Meldung...
I am currently not talking to Paramount on T4 and T5 despite reports. I'm looking at a lot of possibilities coming my way right now weighing options. Most likely going to be doing the low budget Pain and Gain, a true story crime thriller. It's a very quick shoot and quite funny. Also just finishing the 3 disc set of the Transformer trilogy. [...]
Michael Bay is in final negotiations to direct a new Transformers film, insiders tell Vulture. In recent days, Bay has been assembling a cast for a long-gestating project that even predates Bay’s entry into planet-destroying, Pain and Gain, based on a three-part New Times story about the infamous "Sun Gym gang" a group of dimwitted Miami bodybuilders who kidnapped, tortured and robbed a Florida businessman but got their comeuppance when their left-for-dead victim hires a private eye to hunt them down. Insiders tell Vulture that Bay has been seeking to adapt the sordid revenge tale almost since its publication in 1999, and that it’s proving the major blandishment in getting Bay to commit to launching a new Transformers cycle. "Without Pain, there’s no tit for tat," explains one person familiar with the talks, "That’s Paramount’s leverage."
Another insider familiar with the situation cautioned that while Paramount "does not have a closed deal" with Bay, the studio "is not far from closing" on one either, and that an announcement could come as early as next week. Meanwhile, the details of the next cyborg saga are being kept secret, but we’re told that it is definitely not a prequel, and that it will delve deeper into Transformers canon to mine older characters and lore. "Regular people might not care about bringing out a character like Sentinel Prime," says one of our insiders, referring to the little-known character who played a major part in last summer’s Transformers: Dark of the Moon, "But believe me, fans of the series cared."
If both deals make, we are told that Bay is likely to begin shooting Pain and Gain early almost immediately - as soon as early spring - and then pivot to a new sequence of Transformers by winter 2012. "Spielberg does this all the time," says our insider, "where you’re doing art development and visual effects tests on your next movie while you’re still shooting the current one. The beauty of Michael doing Pain and Gain is that there’s no [technical] complexity to it compared to Transformers." [...]
Via ShootForTheEdit.com kommentiert der Regisseur Michael Bay seine mögliche Beteiligung an Teil 4 & 5...
[...] I am currently not talking to Paramount on T4 and T5 despite reports. I'm looking at a lot of possibilities coming my way right now weighing options. Most likely going to be doing the low budget Pain and Gain, a true story crime thriller. It's a very quick shoot and quite funny. Also just finishing the 3 disc set of the Transformer trilogy. [...]
CS! berichtet über weitere Sequels...
Following this morning's report that says a third sequel to 2007's Transformers is in "active discussions," comes word, via Variety that the plan may actually be to shoot a fourth and a fifth film back to back. The same article also states that Shia LaBeouf is unlikely to return and that the franchise may instead place Jason Statham in a leading role, though no official negotiations have begun.
Michael Bay, meanwhile, is said to be interested in returning to direct but, again, nothing is official at this time. No matter what, Bay is likely to complete his next, Pain & Gain, before production on another Transformers would begin, potentially as early as late 2012.
Transformers: Dark of the Moon was an immense financial hit earlier this summer, reaching the fourth spot on the all-time worldwide box office list with $1.119 billion earned.
Bei MichaelBay.com gibt es eine umfangreiche Bildergalerie vom "Transformers: Dark of the Moon"-Dreh...
CS! berichtet über die US-Einspielergebnisse...
[...] Opening on Tuesday at 9pm in IMAX and 3D theaters, the movie brought in $5.5 million before midnight screenings, then added another $37.7 million on Wednesday, which was down nearly 39% from the opening of its predecessor Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen two years prior but also the biggest single day gross of 2011 so far. Helped by the four-day holiday weekend, the movie picked up on Friday with roughly $33 million leading to an estimated $97.4 million over the three-day weekend, besting the previous 4th of July record held by Sony's Spider-Man 2 with roughly $88 million. That three-day opening may be down 11% from the previous movie's opening weekend of $109 million, but with a better CinemaScore and reactions from audiences, it certainly picked up business from its opening on Wednesday. Including estimates for the 4th of July Monday, "Dark of the Moon" grossed $116.4 million over the extended four-day weekend bringing its total to $181.1 million for its first six (or so) days. It shouldn't have any problem becoming the first movie of 2011 to cross the $300 million mark.
Only time will tell if it will surpass Revenge of the Fallen's $400 million domestic gross, though. The previous "Transformers" sequel grossed $215 million in its first six days including the non-holiday Monday, while Spider-Man 2 ended up grossing $373 million domestically with a similar amount grossed in its first six days as "Dark of the Moon."
Internationally, Bay's latest brought in $244 million since opening earlier in the week, bringing its six-day worldwide total to $416 million. [...]
CS! berichtet über die US-Einspielergebnisse...
Paramount Pictures' Transformers: Dark of the Moon continued dominating the box office on Thursday and Friday, earning $21.5 million and $32.9 million for the two days domestically. That means the Michael Bay film earned $97.6 million in the Tuesday night through Friday frame. Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen had earned $127.9 million in the same amount of time (that movie did not have Tuesday night previews).
"Dark of the Moon" is on track to reach $180 million in its seven-day domestic debut and could reach $350 million worldwide. The film has made 60% of its domestic gross from 3D screenings and has received an 'A' CinemaScore from audiences.
The movie [..] had earned $66 million internationally through Thursday. [...]
Heute startet "Transformers 3" in den deutschen Kinos...
Und CS! berichtet über die US-Einspielergebnisse...
The first box office numbers for Michael Bay's Transformers: Dark of the Moon are in. The third installment earned $5.5 million at the 9pm Tuesday night screenings in 2,700 3D theaters and added more 2D screens at midnight to take in $8 million at that time for a total of $13.5 million so far.
The original Transformers debuted on a Monday night with $8.8 million while Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen made $16 million its first night at midnight.
The studio is estimating the movie will make between $155 million to $165 million through the July 4th holiday [...]
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