Bruckheimer fan page

Posted on Sep 30, 2000

A cool fanpage dedicated to Jerry Bruckheimer is up. Go to www.bruckheimer.com and check it out. I even like it more than the official Bruckheimer page.

Pearl Harbor: It's a wrap

Posted on Sep 20, 2000

The production is a wrap, after 90 days of shooting and an expenditure of $135 million. Says producer Jerry Bruckheimer: “It’s coming in right on schedule and on budget.”

Pearl Harbor flash teaser

Posted on Aug 21, 2000

Click here to view the Japanese Pearl Harbor flash teaser. From what I can read, it says it will premiere in Japan on July 14, 2001. Can anyone translate the text in the flash teaser? If so, please send me an email at nelson@michaelbay.com

Bay confronts loser

Posted on Aug 14, 2000

Michael and crew should be heading to England towards the end of August. The UK scenes of Pearl Harbor, are to be filmed at an airfield outside the city of Bath, in the south west of England, possible at the RAF airbase in Colerne, which is the nearest airfield according to sources.

I also picked up this humorous piece of info involving Michael from E!:

“Michael Bay, director of The Rock, Armageddon and the upcoming Pearl Harbor, attended the Mission to Mars premiere at the El Capitan in Hollywood recently. And I must tell you that one movie fan on the sidelines acted as abysmally as the performers do in this most painful of Brian DePalma outings (save Jerry O’Connell, perhaps). “Michael Bay sucks!” screamed a rude person behind the ropes. So, Michael darling charged over to the mouther-offer and confronted the jerk, who suddenly backed down and apologized. I declare, more stars should adopt Bay’s butch ways.”

Bay in 'Coyote Ugly'

Posted on Aug 5, 2000

You can catch a glimpse of Michael Bay in the movie “Coyote Ugly.” He’s the photographer in the bar.

Corpus Chrisit filming

Posted on Jul 30, 2000

Wanna read a good article about the filming going on in Corpus Christi? Click here.

Pearl Harbor crew arrives in Corpus Christi

Posted on Jul 26, 2000

“Alec Baldwin and Ben Affleck, along with director Michael Bay, actor Josh Hartnett and the rest of the “Pearl Harbor” crew, are expected to arrive tonight and begin filming Thursday aboard the Lexington Museum on the Bay…” reads the Corpus Christi Caller. Click here to read the entire article.

'Pearl Harbor' crews begin transformation of Lex

Posted on Jul 24, 2000

“Director Michael Bay and his filming crew will come in from the Houston area, where they will film aboard the Battleship Texas, one of the few World War I vintage ships still left pretty much in tact…”

To read the complete article found in the Corpus Christi Caller, click here.