Entertainment Tonight Canada have posted two exclusive behind the scenes videos giving us a look at Transformers: Age of Extinction while the movie was in production. Lead actors Mark Wahlberg and Nicola Peltz talking about working on the film with Micheal Bay. We also get some views of the team filming on the set. Watch the clips from Transformers: Age of Extinction now below.
Following our previous post, Michael Bay has also let it be known that the first looks at movie footage. Appologising for his Transfomrers movies, he mentions the production wrap of the move and how well things went there. He leaves is with word the first one will be shown during the Super Bowl next year and them something right after that.
Micheal Bay has responded to the press and public at large who have been suggesting the four time Transformers movie director has some misgivings about some of the movies be made before. This statement seems to be in response to the press thinking Bay's descriptions of the new "Transformers: Age of Extinction" movie being shot on larger scale compared to the the first movie shot in suburbia as a slight on previous films. Read Bays' full response below.
Packaging photography has been revealed on Planet Iacon's facebook page of another Optimus Prime toy for Age of Extinction. The call out at the top of the image for "15 steps" strongly indicates this to be a Voyager Class toy using the same simplified design plan about to be launched in Beast Hunters and that it will have a quick, easy conversion between modes. Keep reading
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As fans have gotten used to by now, the Transformers movies have been riding the cutting edge of cinema production technology. Once again, the new Transformers 4: Age of Extinction movie will have its hand on the latest and greatest visual production system. It was revealed by the blog /FILM Bay 4th will be very first movie to filmed using IMAX's new 3D digital camera, which will allow 3D capture in full IMAX. Read on for the full explanation of this exciting news.
American electro house musician, Grammy nominated record producer Steve Aoki has revealed he could be working on the Transformers 4: Age of Extinction. A recent post on his twitter account reveals he's been talking with Micheal Bay about Autobots and Decepticons. No work on IF / what he would do on the film, yet. The music producer has working with bands such as Linkin Park, LMFAO, Travis Barker, Kid Cudi, Lil Jon, and others. Read the tweet below for the full comment.
Thanks to scans of color color guides from 78dm.net, we have our very first looks at three Transformers Age Of Extinction toys. Showing a Bumblebee, of course, we're also seeing Hound (Duke) whose stand-in vehicle had been seen previously on set, and for the first time we see Strafe (Paulie) of the Dinobots. These are "Power Attacker" toys, similar to Gravity Bots or Fast Action Battlers from previous movies, so don't get scared by the simplistic appearances. Check out all three toys below!
Yahoo! News recently had a chance to interview director Michael Bay about the "Transformers: Age of Extinction" movie that is coming in July 2014. He gives is some insights on how this movie is different from the first three saying this is not a reboot, but what he called a "new chapter" in the history of the Transformers Movies. Read on for more comments from Bay on the movie that will not include "goofiness" this time and the filming style aimed for and details on some of the Autobot vehicles.
Empire Online have released their new article on the "Transformers 4: Age of Extinction" movie that is directed by Michael Bay. The article with includes images of the stars and production scenes from the movie shot in the USA and China. Gives us a break down of the lead characters along with a basic outline of story and who's working for the humans and who's work for the robots. Read on for the images details which may contain some spoilers for some.
Just in from ComicBookMovie are some news still from the Transformers: Age of Empires showing director Michael Bay and stars Mark Wahlberg (Cade), Nicola Peltz (Tessa) and Jack Reynor (Shane) on the set with some interesing new looks at Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Bay with a GIANT claw and the rest of the crew in action on set in various places including what looks like Asia.
Once again. Empire magazine breaks the news with previews in the January issue coming on Thursday is said to be loaded all the news about the "Transformers: Age Of Extinction." Get a look at the cover and some shots from the set including Optimus Prime, stars Whalber, Raynor and Peltz as well as Michael Bay behind the scenese on the "explode-athon." Check out the cover, and some exclusive images from the movie below.
Just in are new images of the Trumpchi E-jet vehicle from the 2013 Guangzhou Auto Exhibition held recently in China. Get a look at the vehicle that was on display promoting the new Chinese hybrid auto that will be featured in the "Transformers: Age of Extinction" movie that was partially filmed in China. The new images show the car that has a nifty Autobot logo along with claw marks and battle damage indicating the vechicle has seen some action. We have included a google translated version of the information below as well.
GM have posted a new video with their Director of Advanced Design for GM in southern California, Frank Saucedo. His team is working on the cars of the future. He said, "We're trying to look out past 2020." Check out the video to see why Saucedo believes California gives a better perspective on what future automobile buyers will want. Watch this short video on designing the Chevy Camaro that is Bubblebee in the new Transformers: Age of Extinction movie.
Thanks to IDW Transformers artist Ken Christiansen who has posted some of his concept art from the Bot Shots line that shows is designs for the Transformers Dark of the Moon movie themed Megatron, Shockwave, and Leadfoot. According to the post, he did alt modes and Marcelo Matere did the robots that Marcello says he will share soon as well. See the Megatron, Shockwave, and Leadfoot concept images below now.
Michael Bay has posted some images from his discussions on the origins, inspirations, and herculean efforts required to complete some of the largest, most technical complex films ever made. See some images of the Transformers: Age of Extinction director with Architect Chad Oppenheim and students from the event that took place tosay at Harvard University’s Graduate School Of Design in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
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