Shia LaBeouf and Megan Fox will once again battle giant robots when the third film in the "Transformers" franchise blasts into theatres in 2011.
The film's director, Michael Bay, announced the movie news in his online forum today, writing, "Well it's official: We have a great Transformers 3 story. The release date is now July 1st 2011. Not 2012."
Bay also included a lighthearted note to starlet Megan Fox, poking fun at reports the two have butted heads in the past. "Megan Fox, welcome back. I promise no alien robots will harm you in any way during the production of this motion picture. Please consult your Physician when working under my direction because some side effects can occur, such as mild dizziness, intense nausea, suicidal tendencies, depression, minor chest hair growth, random internal hemorrhaging and inability to sleep."
You may not yet recognize Carey Mulligan, but memorize this face -- this up-and-coming actress is the next big thing!
Mulligan, 24, hails from Britain and got her first big break in "Pride & Prejudice" alongside Keira Knightley and Dame Judy Dench. Carey is currently filming "Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps" with beau Shia LaBeouf.
Carey also stars in the movie "An Education" as a bright-eyed schoolgirl whose Oxford ambition goes out the window when she meets a smooth older man, played by Peter Sarsgaard. Mulligan talked to "Extra" about the film in an exclusive interview.
"An Education" hits theatres October 9.
Grab your fedora, whip and archaeologist garb -- Indiana Jones is ready for his next big screen adventure!
Harrison Ford told France's Le Figaro that he's ready to reprise his role as the outspoken professor-turned-hero for the fifth time -- if the script is right. "The story for the new 'Indiana Jones' is in the process of taking form," Ford explained. "Steven Spielberg, George Lucas and myself are agreed on what the fifth adventure will concern, and George is actively at work. If the script is good, I'll be very happy to put the costume on again."
In June, Harrison's "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" co-star Shia LaBeouf -- who played Indiana's son Mutt in the film -- confirmed that Spielberg was hard at work on the next Indy installment, telling the BBC, "Steven's just said that he's cracked the story."
"Crystal Skull" has earned nearly $800M worldwide.
Before he took out the competition in this summer's mega-sequel, "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen," Shia LeBeouf was in another sequel -- last summer's "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skulls." Hear what Harrison Ford gave Shia on the last day of filming. Touching stuff!
"Transformers" stars and real-life friends Megan Fox and Shia LaBeouf aren't shy about their sex lives -- or their on-screen chemistry!
Shia opened up about his first time to "Extra's" Mario Lopez -- and while it wasn't a bad experience, LaBeouf admits that he tried to act more experienced than he was! "It wasn't a bad experience. It was humorous. I was trying to be something I wasn't. I was trying to be a pro about it."
Megan, Shia's onscreen love interest in "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen," confesses to "Extra" that when it comes to smooching skills, Shia impressed her! "I was shocked at what a good kisser he was. He just didn't seem like the sexy type."
The bombshell brunette is consistently featured on Hollywood Hot lists, but tells "Extra" that on the set, she's just one of the guys. "No one's really protective of me," Megan says of her co-stars. "I'm just sort of expected to man-up."
"Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" blasts into theatres June 24.