Michael Bay Transformers’ Michael Bay is making a movie about a Trump-like dystopia News post details 12:29 PM, 26 January 2017 And it’s described as “fun” Big shiny robots meet normal-sized medieval knights and Nazis in the gritty first Transformers: The Last Knight trailer News post details 10:27 AM, 06 December 2016 Also: Anthony Hopkins! And Mecha-dragons! Transformers director defends decision to use Churchill's Blenheim Palace as Nazi HQ News post details 10:33 AM, 26 September 2016 “Churchill would be smiling," says Michael Bay, "when you see the movie you’ll understand...” Ben Affleck's Armageddon DVD commentary is hilarious News post details 11:42 AM, 17 June 2016 It's like a really good Honest Trailer Cameron Diaz and Transformers 'win' big at the 2015 Razzies News post details 8:22 AM, 22 February 2015 Diaz is named worst actress for her roles in The Other Woman and Sex Tape, while former child star Kirk Cameron takes home worst actor for movie Saving Christmas Transformers: Age of Extinction tops Razzies worst film shortlist with 7 nominations News post details 11:24 AM, 14 January 2015 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Sex Tape, Expendables 3 and A Million Ways to Die in the West are also recognised by the annual awards for Hollywood's worst film achievements Transformers 4 vies for Best Picture Oscars nomination News post details 4:13 PM, 09 December 2014 The Michael Bay movie was also suggested by its studio for best director, best adapted screenplay and several technical awards What if Michael Bay directed Disney Pixar’s Up? News post details 1:38 PM, 20 August 2014 It’s not adventure that’s out there, it’s explosions. Lots of explosions… Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles studio "deeply sorry" for 9/11 poster blunder News post details 11:13 AM, 30 July 2014 The gaffe, which combined an image of an exploding building with the legend 'September 11', caused a Twitterstorm Transformers: Age of Extinction review - "over-cranked, relentless audio-visual pummelling" News post details 2:59 PM, 01 July 2014 "Returning scriptwriter Ehren Kruger clearly knows his main job is to keep Hasbro toy sales buoyant"