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Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction

Transformers News: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction

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Our friends at Paramount just sent us a brand new official Transformers Age of Extinction poster. The latest poster features a kneeling Optimus Prime with his sword. Cade Yeager (Mark Wahlberg), Tessa Yeager (Nicola Peltz) and Shane Dyson (Jack Reynor) are in the foreground. You can download the fullsize poster by clicking on the link or image below. Enjoy!

This is not war, it's extinction
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Transformers News: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction

TRANSFORMERS: AGE OF EXTINCTION is the fourth film in director Michael Bay’s global blockbuster franchise. Mark Wahlberg, Stanley Tucci, Li Bingbing , Kelsey Grammer, Sophia Myles, T. J. Miller, Nicola Peltz, Jack Reynor and Titus Welliver star. The film begins after an epic battle that left a great city torn, but with the world saved. As humanity picks up the pieces, a shadowy group reveals itself in an attempt to control the direction of history… while an ancient, powerful new menace sets Earth in its crosshairs. With help from a new cast of humans, Optimus Prime (voiced by Peter Cullen) and the Autobots rise to meet their most fearsome challenge yet. In an incredible adventure, they are swept up in a war of good and evil, ultimately leading to a climactic battle across the world.


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Re: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction (1575760)
Posted by acchillyaout on May 20th, 2014 @ 11:32am CDT
I am loving these posters and they are really hyping me up. Reading some of the comments on this webpage elude to a seismic shift in the feelings the majority of haters exude toward the previous 3 films. It's comforting to see them so excited about Dinobots and that they are finally jumping on the Transformer Movie-verse bandwagon. And I say to them, "Better late than never." I've never seen a more nit-picky fan base ready to rip something or someone ( :michaelbay: ) to shreds when they are doing more good for the franchise branding than any other Transformer incarnation since G1.
Re: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction (1575761)
Posted by SlyTF1 on May 20th, 2014 @ 11:42am CDT
TimothyR wrote:
SlyTF1 wrote:I think I know why the buildings behind Crosshairs are blue. I thought about this a while ago, but never remembered to post about it until now. If that scene takes place in Chicago, and the story is set only 4 years after DOTM, it's reasonable to assume the humans are still repairing the damage done from the Decepticon invasion. Maybe they're just still working on those buildings and placed a sheet of giant blue plastic over them.


okay.. i'm not sure if you're the same person who commented about this before on another site when the first trailer came out.. or if this is really your first post anywhere about it..

the one building is just colored that way.. the light blue part of the building that's more to the center is common scaffolding netting.

and no, this does not take place in chicago.. cities are constantly renovating buildings and using this netting..

green seems to be more common.. but there are several different colors of this netting.

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I think this is the first time I've ever said anything about it. And in every shot of that areal chase scene, it looks a lot like Chicago, to me. I'm pretty sure it is Chicago.
Re: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction (1575763)
Posted by Seibertron on May 20th, 2014 @ 11:43am CDT
acchillyaout wrote:I am loving these posters and they are really hyping me up. Reading some of the comments on this webpage elude to a seismic shift in the feelings the majority of haters exude toward the previous 3 films. It's comforting to see them so excited about Dinobots and that they are finally jumping on the Transformer Movie-verse bandwagon. And I say to them, "Better late than never." I've never seen a more nit-picky fan base ready to rip something or someone ( :michaelbay: ) to shreds when they are doing more good for the franchise branding than any other Transformer incarnation since G1.


It's unfortunate that people are so judgemental about these movies or, for that matter, anything new with the Transformers franchise. I find it fascinating to watch the behavioral patterns that emerge and stay so consistent with each new iteration of the Transformers franchise. Unfortunately, the Internet seems like it can bring out the worst and most negative in some people. At least this isn't a political website ... those sites have some of the most abysmal and negative reactions from people.
Re: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction (1575764)
Posted by Mindmaster on May 20th, 2014 @ 11:45am CDT
Seibertron wrote:At least this isn't a political website ... those sites have some of the most abysmal and negative reactions from people.


Lord Almighty, tell me about it. I get a brain-ache every time I look through the comments at some sites.
Re: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction (1575865)
Posted by #Sideways# on May 20th, 2014 @ 6:35pm CDT
Seibertron wrote:
acchillyaout wrote:I am loving these posters and they are really hyping me up. Reading some of the comments on this webpage elude to a seismic shift in the feelings the majority of haters exude toward the previous 3 films. It's comforting to see them so excited about Dinobots and that they are finally jumping on the Transformer Movie-verse bandwagon. And I say to them, "Better late than never." I've never seen a more nit-picky fan base ready to rip something or someone ( :michaelbay: ) to shreds when they are doing more good for the franchise branding than any other Transformer incarnation since G1.


It's unfortunate that people are so judgemental about these movies or, for that matter, anything new with the Transformers franchise. I find it fascinating to watch the behavioral patterns that emerge and stay so consistent with each new iteration of the Transformers franchise. Unfortunately, the Internet seems like it can bring out the worst and most negative in some people. At least this isn't a political website ... those sites have some of the most abysmal and negative reactions from people.


I agree. I like to say that Transformers... Transform, and it isn't within our rights to be mad about how they change. It's what they do -- let them do what they do. Besides -- I've always liked the Bay movies (Save ROTF -- Even Bay said that movie was bad) and I thought that they brought a much-needed dark tone to the series, and I was ultimately glad to see that carried over to Prime and other bits of media.

And I agree with your notion about the political websites. I'm somewhat tuned to politics, and I can personally attest to the fact that people call you out and try to flame you for having an opinion that doesn't line up with their pride. Either way.

This is not to say I am not unhappy about the designs. I'm not too in love with how they've modified Prime's alternate mode, nor his robot form. I loved the prior mode for him, and that shiny, triple-smoke-stacked, arguably-worse-than-Peterbilt Truck is at the point of my disdain for the moment. I guess it will be like Mega Mewtwo Y and warm up to me over time. But I dunno. The robot mode looks cool -- don't get me wrong -- but I'll wait and see how I feel about it on-screen as Optimus.
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Posted by Thalack on May 20th, 2014 @ 7:04pm CDT
#Sideways# wrote:..and I can personally attest to the fact that people call you out and try to flame you for having an opinion that doesn't line up with their pride.


And this is the crap I hate, right there. Everyone has their opinion. Some people think the new movies suck, some think its ok, others love it (that's me). But man, try to interject your opinion in a discussion and suddenly you get flamed and called a troll.

I had an incident like that on another TF forum that will go unnamed. There was a forum topic asking who liked what iteration of transformers and why, and which one didn't you like and why. Well I gave my likes and dislikes. One of my dislikes is beast wars, I've just never been able to get into it. The next post is someone replying to me saying I'm trolling, followed by a few flames and then wrapped up with the statement, "You must be one of those geewun truck not monk assholes"

And it threw me for a loop, considering about every incarnation of transformers, by the time I posted, had at least 1 person posting they liked it and 1 who didn't like it. And that's one of the reason why I try to only read that forum (as long as I don't get a headache lol) and rarely say anything on there anymore. Unless I'm praising something. But even then I've been flamed over there for liking certain things i.e. the bay movie.
Re: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction (1575880)
Posted by OptimalOptimus2 on May 20th, 2014 @ 8:24pm CDT
Apparently, nobody can find new poses for Optimus. :roll:
Re: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction (1575927)
Posted by noctorro on May 20th, 2014 @ 11:48pm CDT
Who needs more poses when he has one like that :)

Agreed with the whole, -lets shoot down something as hard as we can but don't want negative comments so I'll place it under the "it's my opinion"- thing that's going on on the forums.

Dislikers seem to be the loudest on the webz somehow.

Me, I like the movie trilogy, even ROTF and find that it has a lot of flaws. But imho has the best battle scene so far. Maybe AOE can top that, I don't know.
Re: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction (1576093)
Posted by VirusCarnage on May 21st, 2014 @ 3:14pm CDT
New TV spot

Re: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction (1576103)
Posted by SlyTF1 on May 21st, 2014 @ 4:17pm CDT
Whoa, whoa, whoa. How many TV spots are they putting up!? Has anyone see this one yet!? Because I haven't.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EOzKzoL5T3g
Re: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction (1576137)
Posted by El Duque on May 21st, 2014 @ 6:58pm CDT
We have to new Transformers: Age of Extinction TV spots to share, both of which have snipets of new footage. The first comes to us from the Transformers: Age of Extinction YouTube account, and is title Faith. The second was uploaded by CBMTrailers. Check 'em out embedded below:



Re: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction (1576141)
Posted by mirageandjazz1197 on May 21st, 2014 @ 7:07pm CDT
Ratchet?!

God those humans are really bringing the propain this time.



This is going to be a sad scene.
Re: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction (1576163)
Posted by ILL-Star on May 21st, 2014 @ 9:20pm CDT
I don't mean to exaggerate my feelings here, but I am a little sick over how they seem to be promoting the worst for Ratchet. I understand that they need to make room for more characters, but Ratchet has basically become the third most prominent Autobot in Transformers media. It really seems terrible that they'd do that to him. I'm anticipating the worst. But until we hear or see anything official regarding his fate, its still open.

Whatever happens, I'll accept it. Fiction doesn't die. :D
Re: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction (1576165)
Posted by Doubledealer93 on May 21st, 2014 @ 9:31pm CDT
poor ratchet. i hope he makes it. but i know he wont.
Re: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction (1576166)
Posted by Sabrblade on May 21st, 2014 @ 9:34pm CDT
ILL-Star wrote:but Ratchet has basically become the third most prominent Autobot in Transformers media.
Not true for this Ratchet. This Ratchet's a nobody, as far as his screentime in these movies go.

Not all Ratchet's are equal, lest you also consider the following Ratchet to be an important character:
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Re: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction (1576192)
Posted by mirageandjazz1197 on May 21st, 2014 @ 10:44pm CDT
Sabrblade wrote:
ILL-Star wrote:but Ratchet has basically become the third most prominent Autobot in Transformers media.
Not true for this Ratchet. This Ratchet's a nobody, as far as his screentime in these movies go.

Not all Ratchet's are equal, lest you also consider the following Ratchet to be an important character:
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He means in recent times Ratchet is the third most used Autobot besides Optimus and Bumblebee in tv shows, comics and game these days like for example.

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Re: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction (1576195)
Posted by Sabrblade on May 21st, 2014 @ 10:50pm CDT
mirageandjazz1197 wrote:He means in recent times Ratchet is the third most used Autobot besides Optimus and Bumblebee in tv shows, comics and game these days like for example.
I know what he means, and I'm saying that just because a character gets used doesn't always mean that their use makes them important.

Case in point, the movies had a Ratchet who was of little importance outside of two scenes: 1) Explaining Bumblebee vocal condition in the first movie, and 2) attaching Jetfire's parts onto Optimus in ROTF.
Re: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction (1576212)
Posted by SlyTF1 on May 21st, 2014 @ 11:50pm CDT
Sabrblade wrote:
mirageandjazz1197 wrote:He means in recent times Ratchet is the third most used Autobot besides Optimus and Bumblebee in tv shows, comics and game these days like for example.
I know what he means, and I'm saying that just because a character gets used doesn't always mean that their use makes them important.

Case in point, the movies had a Ratchet who was of little importance outside of two scenes: 1) Explaining Bumblebee vocal condition in the first movie, and 2) attaching Jetfire's parts onto Optimus in ROTF.


And helping Optimus retrieve Sentinel in DOTM. He also told the humans to mortar the space bridge. Which means there probably wouldn't have been as many explosions during Optimus's rage mode scene. Which would have disappointed me.
Re: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction (1576215)
Posted by mirageandjazz1197 on May 21st, 2014 @ 11:57pm CDT
Sabrblade wrote:
mirageandjazz1197 wrote:He means in recent times Ratchet is the third most used Autobot besides Optimus and Bumblebee in tv shows, comics and game these days like for example.
I know what he means, and I'm saying that just because a character gets used doesn't always mean that their use makes them important.

Case in point, the movies had a Ratchet who was of little importance outside of two scenes: 1) Explaining Bumblebee vocal condition in the first movie, and 2) attaching Jetfire's parts onto Optimus in ROTF.



Yeah i agree with you in Rotf but the first movie had some good scenes with him and Dotm had a slightly bigger role for him kinda and he does somewhat act like a medic when him and prime go to the moon for sentinel and he explains Sentinel's levels are faint.
Re: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction (1576234)
Posted by Bluespindash97 on May 22nd, 2014 @ 2:59am CDT
'A greater threat dawns'
It always does Optimus, it always does
Also Why does Ratchet always die in these trailers, is it the most interesting bit of the film or what?
Re: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction (1576261)
Posted by Bleak5170 on May 22nd, 2014 @ 6:13am CDT
ILL-Star wrote:I don't mean to exaggerate my feelings here, but I am a little sick over how they seem to be promoting the worst for Ratchet. I understand that they need to make room for more characters, but Ratchet has basically become the third most prominent Autobot in Transformers media. It really seems terrible that they'd do that to him. I'm anticipating the worst. But until we hear or see anything official regarding his fate, its still open.


He's toast. He was barely seen on set during filming as was completely absent during shooting for all the latter scenes of the movie, including the big finale. Plus there's no Ratchet toys outside of that one Kreon.

This really sucks. I had a very strong feeling that Ratchet was going to be sacrificed even before we saw any footage. I have a feeling Leadfoot is going to be taken out as well.

As for Ratchet's role in these movies, I remember hearing somewhere his toys didn't sell, so that's probably why he was reduced to background scenery for the next two installments.
Re: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction (1576268)
Posted by Sabrblade on May 22nd, 2014 @ 7:08am CDT
SlyTF1 wrote:And helping Optimus retrieve Sentinel in DOTM. He also told the humans to mortar the space bridge. Which means there probably wouldn't have been as many explosions during Optimus's rage mode scene. Which would have disappointed me.
Except those were things anyone could have done, and were generic enough to give nothing extra to whoever got to do them. Only in the two scenes mentioned before did he get used in ways that only he as a medic could do.

Though, I will give you that one small moment in DOTM when he notes Sentinel's condition, but it was still tiny, so that makes three nigh-insignificant moments for him out of all three films.
Re: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction (1576314)
Posted by SJ21 on May 22nd, 2014 @ 10:13am CDT
I also hope Ratchet makes it out ok.
Re: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction (1576369)
Posted by Overloaded on May 22nd, 2014 @ 1:24pm CDT
I hope ratchet survives after all he is their medic and if humans turn on :BOT: . Why should prime care about them
Re: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction (1576371)
Posted by Sabrblade on May 22nd, 2014 @ 1:31pm CDT
Overloaded wrote:I hope ratchet survives after all he is their medic and if humans turn on :BOT: . Why should prime care about them
To be the better person?
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Posted by TurboMMaster on May 22nd, 2014 @ 2:18pm CDT
If they really need to kill Ratchet off, they should let Galvatron deal the fatal blow. If human soldiers are able to kill character with unlimited amount of luck, then they should be conside as a some kind of reality warper's race.
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Posted by dreadwing95 on May 22nd, 2014 @ 2:36pm CDT
TurboMMaster wrote:If they really need to kill Ratchet off, they should let Galvatron deal the fatal blow. If human soldiers are able to kill character with unlimited amount of luck, then they should be conside as a some kind of reality warper's race.

well ratchet doesnt exactly want to kill them as far as i can tell. so it really should be an easy kill for humans even though id rather him live. he really hasnt done much for me to want him to be killed. then again he hasnt really done much at all...
Re: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction (1576391)
Posted by DeadCaL on May 22nd, 2014 @ 2:50pm CDT
This is what I'm getting of the plot from the trailers so far :lol:

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Re: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction (1576420)
Posted by Va'al on May 22nd, 2014 @ 5:56pm CDT
Here they are, the advertised 'viral' campaign products to support the release of the upcoming Transformers: Age of Extinction movie. This one in particular, uploaded to the TransformersAreDangerous.com website, focuses on the 'Fall of Chicago', the climax of Dark of the Moon, as reported by a number of fictional media outlets. Also found on the site are news clippings from international media about the Transformers on Earth, and downloadable posters, mirrored below. Check out the embedded clip, with a slightly longer look at Lockdown, too!



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Re: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction (1576433)
Posted by bluecatcinema on May 22nd, 2014 @ 6:51pm CDT
They keep saying "Transformers", but the Autobot/Decepticon divide was made pretty clear before (Like when the Decepticons demanded that all Autobots would leave the Earth). Also, what about the humans who collaborated with the Decepticons? Don't they get a mention?
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Posted by Va'al on May 22nd, 2014 @ 7:07pm CDT
bluecatcinema wrote:They keep saying "Transformers", but the Autobot/Decepticon divide was made pretty clear before (Like when the Decepticons demanded that all Autobots would leave the Earth). Also, what about the humans who collaborated with the Decepticons? Don't they get a mention?



That's what xenophobic rhetoric will bring you. ;)
Re: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction (1576467)
Posted by Optimizzy on May 22nd, 2014 @ 8:22pm CDT
Isnt that Primes new look? How'd they manage to pull that off?
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Posted by 5150 Cruiser on May 22nd, 2014 @ 10:32pm CDT
Va'al wrote:
bluecatcinema wrote:They keep saying "Transformers", but the Autobot/Decepticon divide was made pretty clear before (Like when the Decepticons demanded that all Autobots would leave the Earth). Also, what about the humans who collaborated with the Decepticons? Don't they get a mention?



That's what xenophobic rhetoric will bring you. ;)


Yup. Sides mean nothing. All people see is a war was brought to their planet that all transformers are responsible for. Anyhow, they didn't leave earth and as a result Chicago was destroyed. I know, i Know...
"But if they would have left then Earth would have been enslaved."
But how may people bedsides Nest really knew that? :-? To a majority of the world, the transformers just destroy everything they touch.

As far as the human collaborators go most (if not all) were killed by the decepticons already. So no need to mention them.
Re: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction (1576493)
Posted by Sabrblade on May 22nd, 2014 @ 10:43pm CDT
dreadwing95 wrote:
TurboMMaster wrote:If they really need to kill Ratchet off, they should let Galvatron deal the fatal blow. If human soldiers are able to kill character with unlimited amount of luck, then they should be conside as a some kind of reality warper's race.

well ratchet doesnt exactly want to kill them as far as i can tell. so it really should be an easy kill for humans even though id rather him live. he really hasnt done much for me to want him to be killed. then again he hasnt really done much at all...
Not to mention that the previous films have shown the humans to possess weaponry that can kill Cybertronians. The humans soldiers are the bad guys in this movie, showing no mercy to the Autobots, wanting them all dead. If they're going after Ratchet, who evidently refuses to fight back, and get him cornered, they will not hesitate to be a ruthlessly swift in doing what they believe needs to be done. In that scenario of Ratchet vs. the humans, it's Ratchet who is a goner.
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Posted by TurboMMaster on May 23rd, 2014 @ 8:36am CDT
Sabrblade wrote:Not to mention that the previous films have shown the humans to possess weaponry that can kill Cybertronians. The humans soldiers are the bad guys in this movie, showing no mercy to the Autobots, wanting them all dead. If they're going after Ratchet, who evidently refuses to fight back, and get him cornered, they will not hesitate to be a ruthlessly swift in doing what they believe needs to be done. In that scenario of Ratchet vs. the humans, it's Ratchet who is a goner.
Most of transformers that died during Bay Movies didn't fight back, so it's not strong arument. And considering number of times Autobots were saved from certain death in this universe, I'm suprised that reality isn't going wild when Ratchet is cornered. Each Soldier fightning with Ratchet should beign hited by different thunder...
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Posted by mirageandjazz1197 on May 23rd, 2014 @ 9:09am CDT
TurboMMaster wrote:
Sabrblade wrote:Not to mention that the previous films have shown the humans to possess weaponry that can kill Cybertronians. The humans soldiers are the bad guys in this movie, showing no mercy to the Autobots, wanting them all dead. If they're going after Ratchet, who evidently refuses to fight back, and get him cornered, they will not hesitate to be a ruthlessly swift in doing what they believe needs to be done. In that scenario of Ratchet vs. the humans, it's Ratchet who is a goner.
Most of transformers that died during Bay Movies didn't fight back, so it's not strong arument. And considering number of times Autobots were saved from certain death in this universe, I'm suprised that reality isn't going wild when Ratchet is cornered. Each Soldier fightning with Ratchet should beign hited by different thunder...



Most of them don't fight back?

the hell you talking about?
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Posted by Optimizzy on May 23rd, 2014 @ 9:44am CDT
mirageandjazz1197 wrote:
TurboMMaster wrote:
Sabrblade wrote:Not to mention that the previous films have shown the humans to possess weaponry that can kill Cybertronians. The humans soldiers are the bad guys in this movie, showing no mercy to the Autobots, wanting them all dead. If they're going after Ratchet, who evidently refuses to fight back, and get him cornered, they will not hesitate to be a ruthlessly swift in doing what they believe needs to be done. In that scenario of Ratchet vs. the humans, it's Ratchet who is a goner.
Most of transformers that died during Bay Movies didn't fight back, so it's not strong arument. And considering number of times Autobots were saved from certain death in this universe, I'm suprised that reality isn't going wild when Ratchet is cornered. Each Soldier fightning with Ratchet should beign hited by different thunder...



Most of them don't fight back?

the hell you talking about?


Yeah. different thunder?

I think it's sad but realistic for the humans to turn on the Autobots. People fear what they don't feel like they can control. They felt ok when they thought the Autobots needed them. But I bet when they pulled a fast one and didn't leave like they told them too, (In DOTM) they got sore. Yeah sure, that was a mistake, but people wanting to keep power don't admit mistakes.

But humans have shown an increasing ability to adapt, and would most likely have plenty of weapons to turn on an autobot. And when you're a good guy and a medic to boot, you don't want to fight back. Had they gone after Prime, he would have been able to take care of himself. But Ratchet is a medic. In war, that's a no-no but I don't think the humans are really concerned about that.
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Posted by SJ21 on May 23rd, 2014 @ 10:16am CDT
Did anyone call the number and "report alien activity?" What did it do?
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Posted by Bumblevivisector on May 23rd, 2014 @ 1:21pm CDT
SJ21 wrote:Did anyone call the number and "report alien activity?" What did it do?
SOUND EFFECT
MALE VOICE #1: "Citizens! Transformers are still among us. If we spot them, we can stop them. Press 1 to report a Transformers sighting. To find out more about how you can keep Earth human, visit transformersaredangerous.com"
MALE VOICE #2:"Your message may be recorded and used on our website. Thank you for reporting alien activity."
FEMALE VOICE #1:"Thank you. To return to the main menu, press 1."
FEMALE VOICE #2:"Thank you for calling. Goodbye."

And if you actually press 1, you get a tone, then it skips to the two female voices.
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Posted by Metro Prime on May 23rd, 2014 @ 8:09pm CDT
Va'al wrote:
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There's something vaguely sinister about their faces in that poster- especially Bumblebee's. I don't know what it is about it. Maybe it's the fact that their eyes are obscured, or that I just realized that Bumblebee, the kid-appeal character, basically has a creepy T800-esque robot skull for a face.
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Posted by Optimizzy on May 23rd, 2014 @ 8:31pm CDT
Metro Prime wrote:
Va'al wrote:
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There's something vaguely sinister about their faces in that poster- especially Bumblebee's. I don't know what it is about it. Maybe it's the fact that their eyes are obscured, or that I just realized that Bumblebee, the kid-appeal character, basically has a creepy T800-esque robot skull for a face.


Yeah. I noticed his creepy skull face on the cliff jumper redeco. Go check it out. Sinister
Re: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction (1576701)
Posted by Metro Prime on May 23rd, 2014 @ 8:38pm CDT
Optimizzy wrote:
Metro Prime wrote:
Va'al wrote:
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There's something vaguely sinister about their faces in that poster- especially Bumblebee's. I don't know what it is about it. Maybe it's the fact that their eyes are obscured, or that I just realized that Bumblebee, the kid-appeal character, basically has a creepy T800-esque robot skull for a face.


Yeah. I noticed his creepy skull face on the cliff jumper redeco. Go check it out. Sinister

Oh god, the red that they used really doesn't help.
Re: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction (1576712)
Posted by Sabrblade on May 23rd, 2014 @ 9:31pm CDT
The creepy, sinister feel of those posters is all part of the propaganda behind them. The Transformers have been deemed public enemies, and these posters are supposed to help emphasize the scary, dangerous nature that the governments want the public to think of the Transformers as.
Re: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction (1577171)
Posted by Va'al on May 26th, 2014 @ 8:11am CDT
A Facebook user on the Ragin Nation page, Aqil Azim, has received an interesting promotion from Hong Leong Bank, Malaysia, concerning the upcoming Transformers: Age of Extinction movie. Apparently, the bank is offering tickets to the film premiere on 25th June to the first 10 people opening an account with them, and include a Transformers themed debit card and a Bumblebee pouch in the offer. Check out an image below!

Got this all at Hong Leong Bank Transformers Age Of Extinction at the Midvalley megamall here in Malaysia.
1.Transformers Age Of Extinction Hong Leong Debit Card
2. 2 tickets of transformers age of extinction premiere
3.Transformers G1 Bumblebee pouch bag thing
That's all wat I want to share with u alex and the ragin nation . the premier tikcets that I got is available for who want to open bank account and available to early 10 people . I was the 7th person . the premier tickets show the dates that I got to watch the movie earlier than the official movie release . The dates that I watch is 25th June . And the official movie dates release is 26th June here in Malaysia . I'm so happy


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Re: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction (1577473)
Posted by Va'al on May 27th, 2014 @ 1:44pm CDT
Here's some more Transformers: Age of Extinction news for you! Entertainment and media website IGN had the chance to interview Mark Wahlberg, who plays inventor and single dad Cade Yaeger in the upcoming movie, in which he touches upon what is new about the new film - from 'recruiting' the dinobots to what he anticipates the fans' reaction will be. Additionally, German YouTube channel Movie Captain has a good chat with Nicola Peltz, who plays Tessa Yaeger, and talks about how the character is different from Carly or Mikaela, and her relationship with the other actors in the cast. Check both out embedded below!


http://www.ign.com/videos/2014/05/26/mark-wahlberg-says-expect-to-be-blown-away-by-transformers-age-of-extinction


Re: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction (1577479)
Posted by BERSEKAEL on May 27th, 2014 @ 2:17pm CDT
I wish interview with people involved on art concepts, 3d, animation or anything involved with those amazing transformers instead of actors.
Re: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction (1577483)
Posted by reluctantyouth on May 27th, 2014 @ 2:39pm CDT
I agree with other poster who said they should speak with art directors and such instead of just the actors especially when addressing "die hard fans". I had to laugh when MW said this movie was more real/believable than the others. Unicron is coming...has to be. There is so little than can be said and MW said the Die Hards will be blown away with a new threat and new villains. Again I hope we see more than just Galvatron, Lockdown, and drones. I'm so pumped for the movie. I recently started dating someone that hasn't seen any of them. I'm not going to bother showing her TF or ROTF...think DOTM will prepare her for AOE. She is cool with my hobby and that is a major plus in my book. I had about given up on finding someone accepting of Transformers...do not know what it is about Central Illinois but women here are monumentally picky, uppity, and self absorbed to the max.

~reluctantyouth~ :BOT:
Re: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction (1577484)
Posted by Black Bumblebee on May 27th, 2014 @ 2:39pm CDT
"What's different about this film is that this one has a stronger human element..."

:BANG_HEAD:

When are these folks going to realize that the main characters of The Transformers need to be the actual Transformers???
Re: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction (1577494)
Posted by Rodimus Prime on May 27th, 2014 @ 3:11pm CDT
Transformers sound badass in German.
Re: Official "It's Not War, It's Extinction" Poster for Transformers: Age of Extinction (1577497)
Posted by ChrisRiss on May 27th, 2014 @ 3:14pm CDT
Black Bumblebee wrote:"What's different about this film is that this one has a stronger human element..."

:BANG_HEAD:

When are these folks going to realize that the main characters of The Transformers need to be the actual Transformers???


Except they tried that with the second and third one. There was a lot more of the bots than in the first movie, and a lot of people hated it. They said there was too much of the bots, too much action, and not enough story.

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