Watch James Cameron and Michael Bay Talk 3-D and Transformers: Dark of the Moon

· Earlier this week, James Cameron and Michael Bay sat down to discuss Transformers: Dark of the Moon and the technical aspects of its 3-D. Movieline was there (read the recap of the event here), and now you can watch a brief clip of what happened between these two blockbuster-y titans for yourself. Click through for the video, then stick around for more Buzz Break.

[via Coming Soon]

· Lars Von Trier has vowed to never to do a press conference again. Good call. [indieWIRE]

· Speaking of Cannes: Take Shelter -- the Michael Shannon-led indie that debuted at Sundance earlier this year -- has won the Grand Prix Nespresso, the top critics prize at the festival. [Deadline]

· The planned reboot of Fletch has a writer. David Mandel -- who wrote the Sacha Baron Cohen film The Dictator and also worked on Seinfeld -- has been hired by Warner Bros. [THR]

· In sad news: wrestler Randy "Macho Man" Savage has died after crashing his car into a tree. Savage -- whose real name was Randy Poffo -- was 58. [TMZ]


  • Kyle says:

    It would appear James Cameron's ego is growing with the more money he's making and the higher the budgets he has. Rather than trying to change cinema by creating a great experience, he's trying to force his idea down everyone' s throats so that he will be remembered as the guy who changed cinema. The only thing he's going to do is destroy it, especially by putting it in the hands of a terrible filmmaker Michael Bay.