With a slew of successful films and a legion of adoring fans, Kate Beckinsale lacks for nothing these days. But back when she filmed “Pearl Harbor,” the “Serendipity” star received a ton of negativity from director Michael Bay.
During her interview on “The Graham Norton Show,” Kate declared, “I think he was baffled by me because my boobs weren’t bigger than my head and I wasn’t blonde. I'd just had my daughter and had lost weight...but I was told that if I got the part, I'd have to work out, and I just didn't understand why a 1940s nurse would do that."
He’s made some of the hottest blockbuster films of the past couple of decades, and now Michael Bay is ready to move on from his work on the “Transformers” franchise.
The “Pearl Harbor” stud told USA today, “There’s a lot that’s unexplored, but that’s for the next director to figure out. They’re hard movies to do and it takes every day for two years. They’re fun, but they’re hard.”
In an odd turn of events, director Michael Bay was attacked on the set of "Transformers: Age of Extinction" on Thursday (October 17).
According to police, two brothers who own a business in the area where the motion picture is filming approached Mr. Bay and demanded money for the loss or revenue their shop was suffering as a result of the shoot.