The co-creator and star of “The Carmichael Show” is reportedly set to join Mark Wahlberg in the Michael Bay sequel.
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Paramount Pictures has announced release dates for its next three “Transformers” movies, beginning with what’s said to be Michael Bay’s final one.
Michael Bay’s account of the Battle of Benghazi is visually spectacular and emotionally riveting, with a subtlety we don’t expect from the filmmaker.
The filmmaker, who helmed the first four installments of the franchise, insists the 2017 sequel will be his final one.
Tom Clancy’s CIA operative is in the midst of a bidding war as Bay’s Platinum Dunes and Paramount want to bring the character to television.
Michael Bay trades Transformers for reality-based fare in the first trailer for “13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi.”
The director is set to helm the sci-fi film based on a book by Wesley Chu, which mixes time travel, action, and romance.
Following in the footsteps of Disney and Fox, Paramount Pictures hopes to create an expanded universe for “Transformers.”
John Krasinski, James Badge Dale and Pablo Schreiber also star in the Benghazi action thriller from Paramount Pictures.