With a combination of big-budget, high-testosterone movies (Transformers, which Bay, 50, produces with Lorenzo Di Bonaventura) and low-budget genre hits (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Purge), Bay and his longtime partners have become a moviemaking machine. They rarely are in one place at the same time: Bay operates out of both L.A. and his home base in Miami (where he stays in touch with the team via a digital command center), while Fuller, 49, and Form, 46, stick to Santa Monica (that's when they're not traveling for their various TV series, such as Black Sails and The Last Ship). They've recently launched another Paramount franchise, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, which earned $485 million globally in 2014, along with new ventures in the microbudget world that they stepped into just a few years ago when they realized the mid-budget horror genre was dead. After three releases in 2014, they're working on sequels to Ouija and Purge and a reboot of Friday the 13th. " 'No' is never the answer, no matter what," says Form. "There's always a way to get something done."