Michael Bay's toy-bot epic has taken in more than $763 million internationally, and more than $300 million from China alone
The battling, metallic heroes have never looked better, but Michael Bay's choppy, dissonant storytelling methods remain as audience-punishing as ever
Beijing Pangushi Investment Co., Ltd. blasted Paramount and its partners for failing to deliver on a deal
Ari Sandel is directing the CBS Films project, which stars Mae Whitman and Bella Thorne
"Rango" takes four awards. "Transformers: Dark of the Moon," "Hugo" and "Rise of the Planet of the Apes" also honored by Visual Effects Society. "Boardwalk...
Animated Steven Spielberg movie and HBO series come out on top in VES nominations
"Hugo" and "The Tree of Life" also advance to the Academy's "bakeoff" round
From "Transformers" to "Thor," the Viacom subsidiary fielded a staggering number of tentpole winners; but what happens after DreamWorks and Marvel leave?
The final "Harry Potter" movie and "Hugo" also in the Academy's initial mix
The third quarter was the biggest box office period since "Avatar"
Summer movies have been playing fast and loose with the facts -- TheWrap grades the historical desecration
The third of Michael Bay's fighting-robots saga has grossed more than $663 million at the foreign box office
The reason for the summer's huge foreign box-office: far-flung new markets, global release strategies and a weak dollar
New Line's R-rated comedy narrowly beats strong tracking; "Transformers 3" wins weekend with 50% drop to $47M; "Zookeeper' meets soft forecast with $21M
Michael Bay film enjoys the third biggest foreign opening of all time; Tom Hanks/Julia Roberts film "Larry Crowne" fizzles to $15.7M
Michael Bay's third "Transformers" covers its cost in one week with an international gross of $210M; Tom Hanks/Julia Roberts low-budget scooter movie will gross around...
Not content with laying into Spielberg and Muniz, "Transformers" star keeps his gums flapping
Studio tentpole will hit theaters three days earlier than originally planned
Shia LaBeouf, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, giant robots and a whole lot of explosions -- what's not to love?