Transformers 4 Mark Wahlberg Optimus

Mark Wahlberg introduced a new Japanese trailer for Transformers: Age of Extinction and you can watch it below.

Director Michael Bay‘s fourth trip to the world of Transformers opens in the U.S. June 27 and Wahlberg stars as working-class man who has a chance encounter with an in-hiding Optimus Prime. That’ll set him, his daughter (Nicola Peltz) and her boyfriend (Jack Reynor) off on a massive adventure.

There are definitely one or two new shots here, but again this clip mostly focuses on the same money shots we’ve been seeing for four months. Beyond that, we still haven’t seen much footage of the humans interacting or further details on the plot. There’s plenty of Bayhem here though. Check out the new Transformers: Age of Extinction Japanese trailer below. Read More »

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Transformers 4 Wahlberg Bumblebee

Transformers: Age of Extinction star Mark Wahlberg won the “Generation Award” at Sunday’s 2014 MTV Movie Awards, and Paramount wisely used the occasion to push his latest film. Wahlberg is the star of Michael Bay‘s latest adventure about “robots in disguise,” and three new images and a TV spot have been revealed, all centering on the Oscar-nominee. Check out the new Mark Wahlberg Transformers 4 photos and TV spot below. Read More »

Transformers Age of Extinction plot

Here’s hoping you like the next Transformers movie, because there’s going to be a lot more where that came from. Michael Bay reiterated in a recent interview that Transformers: Age of Extinction is intended as the beginning of a new trilogy, though he wouldn’t confirm whether or not he plans to direct the other installments.

To help fans navigate this new Transformers trilogy, Bay also spilled some details on some of the fresh faces we’ll be seeing in the film, and shared a new photo of Dinobot Grimlock. Hit the jump for a new photo and lots of new details.

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Transformers: Age of Extinction poster header
Paramount Pictures has released a new poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction. The new one-sheet seems to promise giant scale effects for the upcoming Michael Bay-directed sequel/reboot. Check out the Transformers Age of Extinction poster in full after the jump.
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project almanac trailer

Project Almanac, the found-footage time travel film formerly called Almanac and Welcome to Yesterday, has been given a new release window. Paramount announced the film, directed by Dean Israelite and produced by Michael Bay, will now be released in January 2015, almost a year after its original February 2014 release date. Read More »

Michael Bay Dark Of Moon

Pain and Gain aside, Michael Bay has been in the world of Transformers for eight years now. Eight years. That’s almost a decade removed from the Michael Bay of old. Long gone are the days of the high-concept Michael Bay action films like Bad Boys, The Rock or Armageddon. Even The Island, Pearl Harbor and Bad Boys II are a distant memory. Yet that memory may once again become a reality in in the coming years. Paramount Pictures just picked up an untitled adventure film pitch, written by Tom Wheeler and Robbie Thompson. It is being developed by Platinum Dunes with an eye on Bay directing. Read More »

Transformers 4 IMAX poster header

Michael Bay‘s Transformers: Age of Extinction is the first feature length film shot with full screen, IMAX 3D cameras. It’s one of two features being released in full IMAX this year (the other being Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar) and to promote that fact, Paramount has just released a Transformers 4 IMAX poster.

This is a poster all about scale and you can check it out below. Read More »

Transformers: Age of Extinction Trailer

Here’s the first full Transformers: Age of Extinction trailer, which comes directly from director Michael Bay. This follows on the release of the long Super Bowl spot, and uses some of the same footage but offers a few more clues about what’s up with the story.

Posters for the film proclaim that “the rules have changed,” and that big gun in Wahlberg’s hands certainly suggests one difference between this sequel and the films that went before it.

Check out the trailer below for more action and some teasing glimpses at what to expect out of this fourth film.  Read More »

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