There's more tricking in from the Entertainment Weekly interview with the director of the Transformers Age of Extinction move, Michael Bay. He's gives up some solid details on the Lockdown character who's got a face for a gun. Bay reveals he's a robot in the middle who's not on either side, he's just out to capture another "one person, one alien" to complete his mission and leave. Read the full quote from Bay on the Lockdown character.
Thanks to the Transformers Live Action Movie BLOG (TFLAMB) who have posted news of a recent interview from Entertainment Weekly with Transformers Age of Extinction director Michael Bay and actors Mark Wahlberg and Jack Reynor. While they don't use the word "reboot," it was made pretty clear that the initial trilogy of films is now in the past and we're going into "a new Transformers" as described by the Director. Who goes on to say "It's always good to freshen it up and change the story."
Thanks to TheArnoldFans BLOG we have some comment from Titus Welliver who plays a Navy seal / thug by the name of Savoy. The actor was in attendence as the recent premier of Arnold Schwarzenegger's movie "Sabotage." Titus gives us some insights on the role he plays in the movie. He describes himself as "the shark" who's job it is to remove all the Transformers from the planet. He also gives us some insights on where he draws his expertise on the Transformers property.
Thanks to YouTuber Gig Patta who posted more interviews from CinemaCon 2014 with the Transformers Age of Extinction stars Mark Wahlberg, Jack Raynor and Nicola Peltz, Get some new comments from Wahlberg about this being a "Stand Alone" movie and signing with Paramount to do more Transformers movies. Jack Raynor also gives us some interesting insights that hint at how the Age of Extinction Transformers may have changed.
Collider have posted two new video interviews with Mark Wahlberg, Nicola Peltz and Jack Reynor from Transformers 4 The Age Of Extinction. The stars were out for CinemaCon in Las Vegas this week talking up the new movie. Watch the first clip with Nicola Peltz and Jack Reynor followed by the second clip with Mark Wahlberg who talk about working on a big summer movie and Michaeal Bay's direction for more.
Variety magazine caught up with Transformers 4 Age of Extinction star Mark Wahlberg at CinemaCon who has given us a few comments on the movie. He was hot on the hype with this film saying it would be the biggest movie of the year. He's also reviving the idea that this IS indeed a reboot saying the movie is the "most iconic" of the movies and that it "stands alone" from the others. We don't know why Bay and others refuse to call this a reboot, but its getting harder to see it as part of the franchise linage.
Tformers had a chance to talk with Noel Lee of Calibre Toys who are rolliing out new Transformers products including their Transformers Optimus Prime and Bumblebee 30th Anniversary Metallic Color Resin Statues, as well as the "Transformers: Age of Extinction" Optimus Prime and Bumblebee coin banks, mini-figures, sticker play-sets and much more. Get the scoop on Calibre Toys in the Q&A below:
While we have seen the first teaser trailer for the Transformers 4 Age of Extinction movie, we are still learning about who in this movie. Thanks to the Movie Hole blog, we have an interview with actress Melanie Specht who will be playing the senior executive to Joshua, played by Stanley Tucci, in the movie. We have also seen her in movies such as Loveless in Los Angeles (2007) and Something Sweet (2004). She shares some of her insights on working on a big production movie and learning from a director like Michael Bay.
By now, the Industrial Light and Magic (ILM) animation studios are synonymous with the Transformers movies directed by Michael Bay. If you have ever wondered what it is like to work behind the scenes at ILM, a new article by the Philippine Daily Inquirer shares the insights of Gem Ronn Cadiz, a young Filipino animator at Lucasfilm Singapore who shares how he came to work on the Transformers Dark of the Moon and the current production Transformers 4 Age of Extinction. Read his insights on training and what it takes to animate the big bots.
The Transformers: Age of Extinction producer Lorenzo Di Bonaventura told Hollywood News that the fourth movie is definitely not a reboot. Explaining that this movie is more like the elements of the original story line have gone a different direction. Citing the common scenes from the third movie being used in the fourth and other aspects as examples of how this is not a reboot. Read on on for is full comments on Transformers: Age of Extinction below.
Entertainment site JoBlo has posted an interview with Steve Jablonsky who is been at the helm scoring all of the Transformers movies today. Nothing has changed as we will be seeing him back in action on Transformers 4: Age of Extinction. Get the insider scoop on what it is like to work on the Transformers movies and some of the details on the composers' approach to scoring music for Michael Bay's movies.
Lead actor Mark Wahlberg talked to The Daily Beast about the "Transformers: Age of Extinction" movie that will be out next summer. The actor tells us more of the backstory that sets up the fourth movie that he describes as a stand-alone story that has its own story time based on the emotions between a father protecting his daughter.
Entertainment Tonight have posted a second article and video from the "Transformers: Age of Extinction" set with new details on the filming of the movie this time on the set of Hong Kong. This time we get some details from Mark Whalberg and Jack Raynor on the long waiting times for scene setups and how they often resorted to playing pranks to pass the time. Director Micheal Bay also gives us a bit of the plot to nibble on about how the future world the movie's time is set in. See the video and quote from Michael Bay and more details below.
While Paramount has laid out a plan for several Transformers movie sequels, the continuation will depend on the success of the 4th one,Transformers: Age Of Extinction, that is now in production says Paramount Pictures' Rob Moore. The article in China entertainment blog M1905 with Moore also reveals they have made a lot of changes to this movie to appeal to the Chainese film goers by having Bay shoot in new locations on the Mainland as well as bringing in Chinese actors like Han Geng and Li Bingbing who were paired up with Hollywood actors.
South China Morning Post caught up with Transformers: Age of Extinction director Michael Bay to talk with him about his experience filming in Hong Kong. By now, everyone knows about the extortion attempts on his crew, but the article goes beyond the bad things that happened to cover what Bay liked about the city of Hong Kong and what he called "a very visual city." The director also shared his insights about why he's tired of filming in America where he says he covered all of Los Angles in all his films and needs "new inspiration."
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