Not content with destroying the childhoods of Transformers and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fans, Paramount Pictures has signed an expanded "first look" deal with Michael Bay's production companies Platinum Dunes and Bay Films. The deal gives Paramount first crack at collaborating on the ruination of beloved franchises through mindless, awful movie adaptations that eschew faith to the source material in exchange for lots of explosions and casting Megan Fox. Bay's Transformers films have grossed nearly four billion dollars so far, but the money is nothing next to the reaping of broken souls that will presumably power some kind of joint Bay and Paramount doomsday weapon.
Bay's TMNT is out this month. Next on his list of franchises to brutally defile are the Ouija Board and Friday the 13th, sometime in 2015, unless Bay has acrued enough souls by then and plunges the world into 1000 years of darkness. Stay tuned to The Outhouse for updates on that if you still have an internet connection during the end times.
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