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Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014

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Age Of Extinction is now the first 2014 film to cross the billion dollar line, and in 5 weeks! We've reported on it's meteoric rise through the box office, here and here but now that's all been far surpassed by today's news, courtesy of trade publication Variety.

The Michael Bay film is the second picture in the giant robots franchise to hit those lofty heights, after 2009’s “Transformers: Dark of the Moon.” The latest “Transformers” was propelled by a record-breaking reception in China, where the film has earned north of $300 million, a new high-water mark for the world’s second-largest movie market. Its cumulative total includes $763.8 million internationally and $241.2 million at the domestic box office.


You can read the full article here, at Variety.

Congratulations to the cast and crew for their incredible success!

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Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1596243)
Posted by OptimalOptimus2 on August 3rd, 2014 @ 3:51pm CDT
And this is a surprise?
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1596244)
Posted by Autobot032 on August 3rd, 2014 @ 3:53pm CDT
OptimalOptimus2 wrote:And this is a surprise?


Perhaps not, but it is news.
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1596262)
Posted by noctorro on August 3rd, 2014 @ 4:59pm CDT
Not a surprise, still cool.
I watched it 3 times in cinemas, very excited and great movie.

Loved the characters, Lockdown was a boss.
Didn't notice the loss of weapons.
Did notice that Lockdown is smaller than Prime, which rarely happens in movies where the villain is smaller than the hero. After Prime's sword-upgrade thing, I think he was stronger than Lockdown.

Also noticable, normally, also in the cartoons, Optimus fights Megatron.
In very rare occasions does a hero's ally fight the main villain.
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1596264)
Posted by TheVenocWarlord on August 3rd, 2014 @ 4:59pm CDT
Uhhh, didn't DotM come out in 2011?
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1596265)
Posted by Sabrblade on August 3rd, 2014 @ 5:08pm CDT
TheVenocWarlord wrote:Uhhh, didn't DotM come out in 2011?
Yeah, ROTF came out in 2009.
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1596275)
Posted by SpaceSkull on August 3rd, 2014 @ 5:49pm CDT
Me and the family must have put it over the mark when we saw it on Thursday. At an AMC theater in 3D. Place could easily seat 300-400 big. We were the only 3 in there. Had the entire place to ourselves. It was awesome. :BOT:

Movie was dumb but to see it in my own personal movie theater. Awesome.
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1596277)
Posted by Sub-Prime on August 3rd, 2014 @ 5:55pm CDT
Actually it was the foreign market that helped it out big time!
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1596319)
Posted by dragons on August 3rd, 2014 @ 9:15pm CDT
saw it three times in two d maybe if im in mood to have two pairs of glasses on my face I will see it in 3d
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1596337)
Posted by RSDADDIMUS2 on August 3rd, 2014 @ 10:36pm CDT
Can't wait for the BluRay. This is my second favorite Transformer film(Transformers being the best of the four). This was the first,however,that I went to the movie theater to see.I bought the others on DVD as they were released and then watched them. I'll be going back to the theater for part 5. :BOT: :michaelbay: :CON:
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1596352)
Posted by TulioDude on August 3rd, 2014 @ 11:32pm CDT
Congratulations to the movie team and everyone involved!They really earned it! :APPLAUSE:
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1596354)
Posted by Darkman20xx on August 4th, 2014 @ 12:15am CDT
I wonder if the next installment will be even more geared to overseas markets now. Under $300 million domestic when numerous people here have mentioned seeing the movie more than once. Would be a good time for Nightbird to enter wouldn't it? :lol:
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1596384)
Posted by chivesbot20 on August 4th, 2014 @ 8:14am CDT
I think a battle should take place in Europe, like the small villages,Rome,Somehwere in even Germany. But i have a common thought like a majority that Galvatron is going to be the only main villain on Earth for tf5. But IMO Lorenzo d Boneventuro is really annoying me with his interviews lately. The leader of the autobots goes into space to find his Creators but he says it will mainly ale place on Earth. Also in his opinion no Unicron? We should all just come together and think of a plot idea continuing from AOE
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1596391)
Posted by noctorro on August 4th, 2014 @ 8:38am CDT
Offtopic:
As of July 31, 2014, based on 169 reviews collected by the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, Age of Extinction has received an overall rating average of 17%

Sharknado received positive reviews. It currently has an 82% "fresh" score at Rotten Tomatoes.

That's why I have so little respect for movie reviewers.
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1596413)
Posted by SlyTF1 on August 4th, 2014 @ 9:40am CDT
In the words of Hound, "HELL YEAH!!!" My life is finally complete.
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1596450)
Posted by Rodimus Prime on August 4th, 2014 @ 11:38am CDT
SlyTF1 wrote:In the words of Hound, "HELL YEAH!!!" My life is finally complete.


...? So what exactly completed your life this week?
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1596560)
Posted by SlyTF1 on August 4th, 2014 @ 5:16pm CDT
Rodimus Prime wrote:
SlyTF1 wrote:In the words of Hound, "HELL YEAH!!!" My life is finally complete.


...? So what exactly completed your life this week?


AOE reached a billion dollars.
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1596613)
Posted by DeadCaL on August 4th, 2014 @ 8:19pm CDT
noctorro wrote:Offtopic:
As of July 31, 2014, based on 169 reviews collected by the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, Age of Extinction has received an overall rating average of 17%

Sharknado received positive reviews. It currently has an 82% "fresh" score at Rotten Tomatoes.

That's why I have so little respect for movie reviewers.

The difference between Sharknado and Transformers is that Sharknado is so bad it goes all the way round to being good.
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1596618)
Posted by Sabrblade on August 4th, 2014 @ 9:12pm CDT
DeadCaL wrote:
noctorro wrote:Offtopic:
As of July 31, 2014, based on 169 reviews collected by the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, Age of Extinction has received an overall rating average of 17%

Sharknado received positive reviews. It currently has an 82% "fresh" score at Rotten Tomatoes.

That's why I have so little respect for movie reviewers.

The difference between Sharknado and Transformers is that Sharknado is so bad it goes all the way round to being good.
Yeah, Sharknado knows that it's being stupid and just runs with it. The TF movies treat themselves like serious business.
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1596622)
Posted by mirageandjazz1197 on August 4th, 2014 @ 9:47pm CDT
Well at least AOE was good


it deserves it.
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1596648)
Posted by Sub-Prime on August 4th, 2014 @ 11:34pm CDT
For a movie with the most hate this year it still pulled off one of the biggest numbers this year. It makes me wonder if TF films would've been as successful if the films went another direction more fitting for children? I know I wouldn't support it if it did but I wonder about that.
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1596688)
Posted by ZeroWolf on August 5th, 2014 @ 7:17am CDT
Sabrblade wrote:
DeadCaL wrote:
noctorro wrote:Offtopic:
As of July 31, 2014, based on 169 reviews collected by the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, Age of Extinction has received an overall rating average of 17%

Sharknado received positive reviews. It currently has an 82% "fresh" score at Rotten Tomatoes.

That's why I have so little respect for movie reviewers.

The difference between Sharknado and Transformers is that Sharknado is so bad it goes all the way round to being good.
Yeah, Sharknado knows that it's being stupid and just runs with it. The TF movies treat themselves like serious business.

See I found Sharknado so bad it was terrible :lol: Every ones opinion is different though, for some people the transformers movies themselves are so bad thet
are good.

As for the movie being successful if it was kiddie? Would anyone complain at a Rescue Bots movie? The TF multiverse can be purposed for any market, getting people to like them is a different matter. Some people seem to run at the mere mention of a kiddie movie. Wreck it Ralph is a kiddie movie :P

I'm personally wanting Hasbro to get a studio to make straight to DVD animations based of comic stories, an More than Meets the Eye adaptation? Yes please :D
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1596824)
Posted by chivesbot20 on August 5th, 2014 @ 5:15pm CDT
Wow. Sharknado compared to AOE. Thats like saying Barbie in a mermaid tale 2 compared to the transformers the movie.
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1596830)
Posted by Sabrblade on August 5th, 2014 @ 5:35pm CDT
chivesbot20 wrote:Wow. Sharknado compared to AOE. Thats like saying Barbie in a mermaid tale 2 compared to the transformers the movie.
Eh, I guess a more fitting comparison would be Sharknado to ROTF. ;) :P
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1596850)
Posted by Blast Cannon on August 5th, 2014 @ 6:38pm CDT
It was awful. Not as awful as I was expecting; yet still awful. >:oP
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1596859)
Posted by chivesbot20 on August 5th, 2014 @ 7:28pm CDT
wait blast cannon AOE?
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1596907)
Posted by Autobot032 on August 6th, 2014 @ 1:44am CDT
For the movie fans among us, this is good news: Transformers Age Of Extinction will be released on Blu-ray 3D/Blu-ray/DVD/Digital Copy combo pack on September 30th! This time, no separate release with just the film, followed by a special edition release months later (like Dark Of The Moon did), oh no, this is the real deal. The full movie with all the special features included will be released on September 30th!

The JoBlo.com forums posted the information, plus cover art on their forums. You can see the full post here. That's not all! Mark Ryan's personal Twitter has also posted a promotional image as well as a message to director Michael Bay and star Mark Wahlberg.



And onto the specs and images:

AVAILABLE ON 3D BLURAY, BLURAY AND DVD STARTING SEPTEMBER 30TH!

Special Features [OVER 3 HOURS]:
  • "EVOLUTION WITHIN EXTINCTION" [8-part "making of"]
  • and more...
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THE EXCLUSIVES
  • Amazon.com
      Gift Set with Grimlock and Optimus Collectible Statue
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    BESTBUY

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    • STEELBOOK
  • TARGET
      Exclusive Optimus Prime case [BD]

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  • Walmart
      Bumblebee package [BD]
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    • Bluray [with 3 figurines and a metal magnet]

      Image
    • Blu-ray Collection gift set [includes all four Transformer movies]

Image courtesy of Mark Ryan
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Keep your optics tuned to Seibertron.com for the latest in news and updates, plus the best galleries around!
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1596916)
Posted by BERSEKAEL on August 6th, 2014 @ 3:06am CDT
nice, and what size are this figures? don't tell me 3" cuz I will hunt them 8)
Image
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1596917)
Posted by BERSEKAEL on August 6th, 2014 @ 3:19am CDT
NVM I found it... Figurines are approx. 2.75" - 3" tall, I think thats all I want from this movie, and this figures come with movie, lol.

I already pre-ordered ( 1/5 .. seriously, well half year for that)
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1596925)
Posted by noctorro on August 6th, 2014 @ 4:38am CDT
Going for the collectible statue here :)
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1596926)
Posted by noctorro on August 6th, 2014 @ 4:42am CDT
Anyway, how I feel about Rotten Tomatoes in general is well expressed in the last part of this scene from 1:20

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LyUMytNKa0c[/youtube]
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1596940)
Posted by Sub-Prime on August 6th, 2014 @ 6:55am CDT
In other news I wasn't crazy about Guardians of the Galaxy. I think I am the only person as everybody said it was the greatest movie of all time yet I found it cheesy at best. As far as a Marvel film I still prefer The Winter Soldier to every Marvel movie this year.
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1596941)
Posted by Va'al on August 6th, 2014 @ 7:01am CDT
Sub-Prime wrote:In other news I wasn't crazy about Guardians of the Galaxy. I think I am the only person as everybody said it was the greatest movie of all time yet I found it cheesy at best. As far as a Marvel film I still prefer The Winter Soldier to every Marvel movie this year.


There's an app a thread for that. :D

marvel-sequels-age-of-ultron-details-and-whedon-interview-cap-stark-and-ultron-and-clones--p1591473.php#p1591473
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1596952)
Posted by reluctantyouth on August 6th, 2014 @ 8:15am CDT
This is good news. I only saw the movie once in the theatre and was displeased with it. I think additional viewings in home environment will be better where I can control the sound. I wish there was a feature on the blu ray that would let you edit out some of the more jarring shots of the film that gave me a headache the first time in IMAX...oh well.

I pre-ordered the Amazon set with the statue...that statue is awesome regardless and I will pay a little more for it despite my problems with the movie as a whole. I'm glad to see the full release coming so quickly as a low quality release now with a special edition release during holiday season would just be stupid. :BOT:
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1596954)
Posted by OptimalOptimus2 on August 6th, 2014 @ 8:23am CDT
I'm going to get the home release anyway, even though I believe that this movie makes Batman & Robin look good. I'll watch it when I'm bored and laugh about it at the end of the day. That's what kind of movie Age of Extinction is.
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1596957)
Posted by Sub-Prime on August 6th, 2014 @ 8:26am CDT
reluctantyouth wrote:This is good news. I only saw the movie once in the theatre and was displeased with it. I think additional viewings in home environment will be better where I can control the sound. I wish there was a feature on the blu ray that would let you edit out some of the more jarring shots of the film that gave me a headache the first time in IMAX...oh well.

I pre-ordered the Amazon set with the statue...that statue is awesome regardless and I will pay a little more for it despite my problems with the movie as a whole. I'm glad to see the full release coming so quickly as a low quality release now with a special edition release during holiday season would just be stupid. :BOT:


It sounds like you hated the movie? Why would you buy it or pay more for the cooler editions? I only paid $5 for Pacific Rim blu ray because I wasn't a big fan of it
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1596963)
Posted by reluctantyouth on August 6th, 2014 @ 8:38am CDT
Sub-Prime wrote:
reluctantyouth wrote:This is good news. I only saw the movie once in the theatre and was displeased with it. I think additional viewings in home environment will be better where I can control the sound. I wish there was a feature on the blu ray that would let you edit out some of the more jarring shots of the film that gave me a headache the first time in IMAX...oh well.

I pre-ordered the Amazon set with the statue...that statue is awesome regardless and I will pay a little more for it despite my problems with the movie as a whole. I'm glad to see the full release coming so quickly as a low quality release now with a special edition release during holiday season would just be stupid. :BOT:


It sounds like you hated the movie? Why would you buy it or pay more for the cooler editions? I only paid $5 for Pacific Rim blu ray because I wasn't a big fan of it


Sub Prime,

I didn't completely hate the movie. I'm just getting a little tired of Bay's excessive camera angles, fast shot changes, and explosions. I do not have a huge sound system or anything like that...just a sound bar. I think the movie will be better on a small screen. I may change my mind and get a cheaper version as you said. If the statue was available by itself I would probably just do that. Funny you mentioned Pacific Rim. I kind of liked the movie and still paid $22 bucks for it when it came out...wish I had waited and got that one for $5 like you did. To each their own I guess. Maybe I have just talked myself out of the statue as my local TRU gave me the large Optimus riding Grimlock Display when they were done with it...no idea where I'm going to put that monster of a section yet...the electronics are still intact even :BOT:
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1596985)
Posted by Sub-Prime on August 6th, 2014 @ 9:24am CDT
reluctantyouth wrote:
Sub-Prime wrote:
reluctantyouth wrote:This is good news. I only saw the movie once in the theatre and was displeased with it. I think additional viewings in home environment will be better where I can control the sound. I wish there was a feature on the blu ray that would let you edit out some of the more jarring shots of the film that gave me a headache the first time in IMAX...oh well.

I pre-ordered the Amazon set with the statue...that statue is awesome regardless and I will pay a little more for it despite my problems with the movie as a whole. I'm glad to see the full release coming so quickly as a low quality release now with a special edition release during holiday season would just be stupid. :BOT:


It sounds like you hated the movie? Why would you buy it or pay more for the cooler editions? I only paid $5 for Pacific Rim blu ray because I wasn't a big fan of it


Sub Prime,

I didn't completely hate the movie. I'm just getting a little tired of Bay's excessive camera angles, fast shot changes, and explosions. I do not have a huge sound system or anything like that...just a sound bar. I think the movie will be better on a small screen. I may change my mind and get a cheaper version as you said. If the statue was available by itself I would probably just do that. Funny you mentioned Pacific Rim. I kind of liked the movie and still paid $22 bucks for it when it came out...wish I had waited and got that one for $5 like you did. To each their own I guess. Maybe I have just talked myself out of the statue as my local TRU gave me the large Optimus riding Grimlock Display when they were done with it...no idea where I'm going to put that monster of a section yet...the electronics are still intact even :BOT:


That makes sense. I will agree that the theatre version had its issues.

1. I could barely understand some things being said.

2. Bay's styles is better on a smaller screen and I have a "47

3. With a Blu-Ray/DVD I can skip foward some parts I barely cared for especially with Transformers ROTF(I hated most human scenes)
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1597003)
Posted by Blast Cannon on August 6th, 2014 @ 10:14am CDT
chivesbot20 wrote:wait blast cannon AOE?


What?
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1597012)
Posted by ZeroWolf on August 6th, 2014 @ 10:46am CDT
OptimalOptimus2 wrote:I'm going to get the home release anyway, even though I believe that this movie makes Batman & Robin look good. I'll watch it when I'm bored and laugh about it at the end of the day. That's what kind of movie Age of Extinction is.

C'mon now, AoE is leagues better then B&R....unless you want a cheesy camp fest then by all means go for the bat nipples and bat credit card ;)
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1597014)
Posted by KnightAero on August 6th, 2014 @ 10:58am CDT
This leaves one question...

Do I want the Magnet or the Statue? Grr! Why can't we get both!?
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1597077)
Posted by Seibertron on August 6th, 2014 @ 2:14pm CDT
Sub-Prime wrote:
reluctantyouth wrote:
Sub-Prime wrote:
reluctantyouth wrote:This is good news. I only saw the movie once in the theatre and was displeased with it. I think additional viewings in home environment will be better where I can control the sound. I wish there was a feature on the blu ray that would let you edit out some of the more jarring shots of the film that gave me a headache the first time in IMAX...oh well.

I pre-ordered the Amazon set with the statue...that statue is awesome regardless and I will pay a little more for it despite my problems with the movie as a whole. I'm glad to see the full release coming so quickly as a low quality release now with a special edition release during holiday season would just be stupid. :BOT:


It sounds like you hated the movie? Why would you buy it or pay more for the cooler editions? I only paid $5 for Pacific Rim blu ray because I wasn't a big fan of it


Sub Prime,

I didn't completely hate the movie. I'm just getting a little tired of Bay's excessive camera angles, fast shot changes, and explosions. I do not have a huge sound system or anything like that...just a sound bar. I think the movie will be better on a small screen. I may change my mind and get a cheaper version as you said. If the statue was available by itself I would probably just do that. Funny you mentioned Pacific Rim. I kind of liked the movie and still paid $22 bucks for it when it came out...wish I had waited and got that one for $5 like you did. To each their own I guess. Maybe I have just talked myself out of the statue as my local TRU gave me the large Optimus riding Grimlock Display when they were done with it...no idea where I'm going to put that monster of a section yet...the electronics are still intact even :BOT:


That makes sense. I will agree that the theatre version had its issues.

1. I could barely understand some things being said.

2. Bay's styles is better on a smaller screen and I have a "47

3. With a Blu-Ray/DVD I can skip foward some parts I barely cared for especially with Transformers ROTF(I hated most human scenes)


I had looked forward to Pacific Rim after hearing so many good things about it, especially from people here on Seibertron.com. I was really disappointed. We didn't even finish watching the last 15 minutes of the movie. Not my kind of movie. It felt like I was watching the love child of Transformers and Avatar. My dislike of most "robot" anime and movies outside of Transformers was once again apparent while watching Pacific Rim. Not my type of movie.

To be honest, my movie tastes can be questionable. I am strongly influenced to ultimately have the opposite opinion. If someone tells me a movie is "really, awesome ... you have to go see it" it seems to build up my expectations so much that I just end up getting disappointed. Whereas with Battleship, I had heard so many terrible things about that movie that I enjoyed the campiness of it all. Go figure.
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1597082)
Posted by chivesbot20 on August 6th, 2014 @ 2:34pm CDT
Well, reviews look okay for ninja turtles that comes out tomorrow.
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1597101)
Posted by Sub-Prime on August 6th, 2014 @ 3:28pm CDT
No review are shitting on TMNT for reasons I find questionable.

They hate a white guy playing Shredder

The Foot Clan is not like the old movies.

They hate the size of the Turtles and the fact that they seem somewhat overpowered.

They also say the foot clans plan is illogical and festered with plot holes.


But I like IGNs review of TMNT.
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1597157)
Posted by MagnusLabel on August 6th, 2014 @ 8:34pm CDT
I wonder if they include special features or not.
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Posted by mirageandjazz1197 on August 7th, 2014 @ 4:36am CDT
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Guys that shot with Bee and his arm cannon was not in the movie itself (i have a bootleg given to me by a friend)


It seams this is part of a deleted scene like the dancing scene from one of the spots


I wonder if we are getting some robot deleted scenes like the ROTF walmart bluray edition that had an extended Forrest battle (where Grindor actually did something)

Plus i remember during filming Leadfoot was filmed (same place where the photo of him came from) being chased by black Cemetary wind SUV's like the ones in Ratchet's death scene with Bumblebee and there was some shooting sound effects (they were not actually shooting but it was sounds of it presumably going to be cgi in) and Leadfoot's car stopped and was srounded by SUV's and Bee kept going

I assume that Leadfoot's death was going to be an actual scene instead of on a camera but they either thought to not introduce Bee there (as Bee was with Leadfoot) or they just cut it for time.

Hopefully we get some deleted scenes
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1597250)
Posted by mirageandjazz1197 on August 7th, 2014 @ 4:43am CDT
OptimalOptimus2 wrote:this movie makes Batman & Robin look good.

That's what kind of movie Age of Extinction is.






Bullshit



No sane person would say that except for the spoiled (seriously guys you expect to much for 2-3 hour live action movies)
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1597256)
Posted by Rodimus Prime on August 7th, 2014 @ 5:05am CDT
Blast Cannon wrote:
chivesbot20 wrote:wait blast cannon AOE?


What?


He was asking if

BC wrote:It was awful. Not as awful as I was expecting; yet still awful.


was about Age of Extinction or Sharknado. Basic grammar skills are getting more and more scarce these days.

Also, since it was brought up, I thought Pacific Rim was a lot of fun, as was Battleship. I actually enjoyed Battleship more than Avengers.
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1597271)
Posted by Superwheeljack on August 7th, 2014 @ 8:03am CDT
So... Are we still getting a Stinger?
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1597276)
Posted by chivesbot20 on August 7th, 2014 @ 8:35am CDT
I am a kaiju fan and I thought the movie was like a little brother to Godzilla(2014) which was also great, but Battleship was for me a failed strive for bay after transformers and I thought it was an okay movie. But I also have bought into the marvel movies ( I didn't care much for it until the movies came out) and The avengers IMO was by far better than battleship.
Re: Age Of Extinction Is The First Film To Cross The Billion Dollar Mark In 2014 (1597286)
Posted by Sabrblade on August 7th, 2014 @ 9:36am CDT
Superwheeljack wrote:So... Are we still getting a Stinger?
Doesn't look like it at this point.

Though, this topic's for the movie, rather than the toys.

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