#Throwback Thursday: Remember When Shia LaBeouf Claimed To Have Done The Dirty With Megan Fox?! Relive One Of Shia's First Bad Boy Moments HERE!
Transformers: Age Of Extinction had new characters, a new cast, and crazy new technology.
But was it the same old Michael Bay Transformers flick?
Watch the Honest Trailer to see all the movie mistakes, product placement, and American flags - but barely ANY dinosaurs (below)!
But at least his former Transformers co-star Megan Fox is willing to stick up for him!
While promoting her new film, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles she had nothing but wonderful things to say about her pal and his rough patch:
Oooo la la!
The babe has spoken!
Megan Fox has only been in a handful of flicks, but she's already declared who her favorite on-screen smoocher is.
Nope, it's not Amanda Seyfried..
….it's Shia LaBeouf!
Inneresting, but we can't be THAT surprised.
The former Transformers co-stars DID admit they hooked up off-screen too, so obviously they had some extra special chemistry.
Most people won't work with someone after calling them Hitler. Or be ALLOWED to work with that person!
But Megan Fox isn't exactly one to follow the rules!
Megan didn't just re-team with director Michael Bay for the upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. She says she'll be happy to go back to Transformers too! She says:
It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a 3D CGI flying elephant?!
Disney is officially rebooting everything! It was just announced the Mouse House is developing a live action version of Dumbo to be written by Transformers scribe Ehren Kruger!
We hope this reboot is more than meets the eye…uh, we mean, ear!
With Cinderella in post-production, Jungle Book in pre-production, Beauty and the Beast also being worked on, and Alice in Wonderland and Maleficent both big hits, we wonder what other Disney favorites are slated to get the live action treatment!
Aladdin? The Little Mermaid?! Frozen?!?
Hey if an elephant can fly, anything can happen! We just hope there aren't too many gratuitous explosions.
Transformers 4 became the first flick to have a $100 million opening weekend so far this year!
Or at least that’s what Paramount wants you to think!
But others in Hollywood say those box office numbers just don’t add up!
While the studio claimed that Mark Wahlberg and Transformers: Age of Extinction officially made $100,038,390 in U.S. and Canada ticket sales, experts outside of Paramount say that’s impossible.
Rentrak, the data reporting system used in the biz, tracked the over 4,000 theaters that showed Transformers this weekend. Their numbers have the blockbuster sequel raking in just over