Mark your calendars! Transformer fan Donald Grayson contacted Seibertron.com to let us in on a secret: while opening his exclusive Calvin Johnson sneakers/exclusive Generations: Thrilling 30 IDW Megatron, he found a small card, one that teased of "big news" during next year's Superbowl, which will be held on 2 February. Based on previous track records, it is very possible that this is when we will see the first trailer for the much anticipated Age of Extinction film.
Stay tuned to Seibertron.com to emerging details when they arise!
Courtesy of the forums over at 78.dm website, we get a look at three toys from the upcoming movie line. The figures, an armored truck called Duke (probably Hound), a two-headed creature called Paulie (probably Swoop, Strafe or Pteradon) and a Bumblebee called Bumblebee, seem to be Legends or Legion or Scout class, though they could also be very simplified Deluxes. Check out the images below!
Secondly on tonight's agenda, we have the names of the human cast's characters. They are as follows:
*Mark Wahlberg as Cade Yeager, an inventor.
*Nicola Peltz as Tessa Yeager, Cade's daughter.
*Jack Reynor as Shane Dyson, Tessa's racer boyfriend.
*Stanly Tucci as Stanley, whose role is unknown at this point.
*Sophia Myles as Darcy, a geologist.
*Li Bingbing, who's character goes unnamed and is ominously described as the "CEO of Chinese Transformers".
*Kelsey Grammer as Harold Attinger, who is described by Empire as the "big bad of the non-robot cast".
Rounding out this update, Empire Magazine sheds some light on the setting of Age of Extinction. If you would like to remain spoiler free, this is the end of the article for you. For those who wish to know the outset, continue at your own risk!
=== SPOILER ALERT ===
To paraphrase Empire Magazine, this is what we know: after the third film, the Earth is scarred, and the Transformers have disappeared, but Earth's population remains suspicious of their surroundings, expecting everyday objects to change form and attack them. The Witwicky family has moved on with their lives. When the inventor Cade Yeager unearths an ancient Transformer (a Dinobot, perhaps?), the war between Autobots and Decepticons begins anew.
That about wraps it up for tonight. For those who made it this far, post your thoughts in the Energon Pub! Remember to keep it spoiler free for those who wish to remain so!
ComicBookMovie.com has posted some new production stills from Transformers: Age of Extinction. These are likely from the January issue of Empire Magazine, which features a full article of the film. The images feature stars Mark Wahlberg, Nicola Peltz, and Jack Reynor, Director Michael Bay with a motion capture claw, and the Autobots rolling up on a completely destroyed red vehicle. Check out the images mirrored below.
Empire Magazine has revealed the cover for their January 2014 edition, which gives us our first official look at Transformers: Age of Extinction Optimus Prime! This issues hits retail on Thursday and promises to be chock full of Transformers: Age of Extinction goodness. Check out the cover below, and be sure to keep an eye out for this issue.
The January issue of Empire arrives on newsstands both real and virtual this Thursday, and it comes fully loaded with everything you need to know about Transformers: Age Of Extinction. Michael Bay's latest explode-athon graces our cover, and inside is our comprehensive set visit coverage with all the lowdown on what to expect from this new start for the franchise. Check out the cover, and a new and exclusive pic of Bay in action, below.
One of the many interesting cars to make it's way into the upcoming Transformers: Age of Extinction film is the GAC Trumpchi E-Jet concept car. At this point it's unconfirmed whether it will be an actual character or just a human vehicle, but we know for sure that it will make screen appearances. It was recently on display at the 2013 Guangzhou Auto Exhibition complete with it's own specialized Autobot emblem and body decals to simulate bullet holes and claw marks. Check out the images mirrored below courtesy of Cheshi.com.
Thanks again to Seibertron.com member PrymeStriker, we have another video to show you from Entertainment Tonight! The first one revealed the identity of one of the unnamed vehicles from the robot cast of the fourth Transformers movie, the second hints at something that might play a significant part in the plot of Age of Extinction, as well as looking at some of the pranks played by the cast on each other. Click here to view the video, and keed your ears peeled at 1:37 for this potentially spoilerific tidbit:
"The world has progressed and modernized to a point where it can almost cannibalize and kill itself."
ET's exclusive Transformers: Age of Extinction set visit continues across the globe in Hong Kong, where we find out what the cast does in their downtime, including some recurring pranks performed by Mark Wahlberg and Jack Reynor on their female co-star Nicola Peltz.
"We got Wild Weave Wednesdays...when Mark and I rip out Nicola's weave every Wednesday," shared Reynor (Shane), who plays Peltz's (Tessa) boyfriend in the fourth installment of the Transformers live-action film series.
As always, leave your thoughts in the Energon Pub!
Seibertron.com user PrymeStriker has notified us about a piece of news coming from the Transformers Cars Facebook page, from which the vehicle gallery came from. This time, the group has posted shots of the alleged Age of Extinction set crew hoodie, which includes the film's logo, the Transformers name and.. Grimlock's robot mode?! Take a look at the images mirrored below, and let us know what you think in the Energon Pub.
The Facebook page Transformers Cars has uploaded an album with Corey Eubanks, stunt driver on all of the Transformers movies so far, and several of the vehicles used in the upcoming Age of Extinction movie. The shots also include an action shot and a couple of images with star Mark Wahlberg and director Michael Bay - check them all out below, mirrored for your convenience!
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