Autobots and Decepticons are at war, with humans on the sidelines. Optimus Prime is gone. The key to saving our future lies buried in the secrets of the past, in the hidden history of Transformers on Earth. (PARAMOUNT)
The “Transformers” franchise began with 2007’s “Transformers”. It was followed-up with “Revenge of the Fallen” in 2009 and “Dark of the Moon” in 2011. Those films starred Shia LaBeouf. In 2014, the series was re-booted with “Transformers: Age of Extinction” and Mark Wahlberg in the lead role. All five of these live-action “Transformers” movies have been directed by Michael Bay. The previous four “Transformers” installments grossed a combined $3.8 Billion worldwide. Michael Bay has also directed “Bad Boys”, “The Rock”, “Armageddon”, “Pearl Harbor”, “Bad Boys II”, “The Island”, “Pain and Gain” and “13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi”.
Lights Camera Jackson (a.k.a. Jackson Murphy) began his career as a film critic in 2006 at the age of 7. To date, Jackson has written nearly 1,000 reviews of new releases and, in total, has seen more than 1,500 films. In 2010, Jackson became the youngest person to win a NY Emmy Award, for his on-air movie reviews on Time Warner TV station, Capital News 9. And in 2011, Jackson was inducted into the Broadcast Film Critics Association as their youngest member. The BFCA’s annual Critics Choice Awards is one of the industry’s most recognized and prestigious awards shows. Jackson is also a member of SAG-AFTRA and votes annually for the Screen Actors Guild Awards. Currently, Jackson can be heard every Friday morning on WGNA-FM and his reviews are also posted on his website, YouTube channel and Cultjer.com. He is also a contributor to AnimationScoop.com, run by animation historian Jerry Beck. And Jackson hosts the weekly internet pop culture news show “LCJ LIVE”, along with “The LCJ Q&A Podcast”, on which he interviews celebrities and filmmakers.