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.
Michael Bay will discuss his origins, inspirations, and herculean efforts required to complete some of the largest, most technical complex films ever made. He will also discuss his reverence for architecture and his collaboration with Chad Oppenheim in building the house of his dreams in Bel Air, CA, set to be completed early next year. The event is to take place at Harvard University’s Graduate School Of Design. 9AM to 12pm, 48 Quincy St, Room 109 of Gund Hall, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Thanks to Transformers Cars who have posted new images of Grimlock in Robot mode from a hoodie sweat shirt. The image that is seen on the back of the Hoodie is described as a "Mid-Evil Knight" design. It is rather different from what we have seen and may or may not be indicative of the final robot design. It does give us some looks at the design with the T-Rex heads forming the shoulders and the overall spiky look is shared with the dino mode.
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.
The Transformers Cars page on Facebook has posted some new images with stunt driver Corey Eubanks. He is said to have been the man behind the stunts on all the Transformers Movies. Get a look at Corey with the new Transformers: Age of Extinction Autobot cars as well as with director Micheal Bay and Mark Whalberg on the set in China.
We have news just in from Entertainment Tonight who have posted a new article and video from the "Transformers: Age of Extinction" set when production was under way in Detroit last summer. The video features members of the cast like Mark Whalberg, Jack Raynor and others who talk about working on a Micheal Bay film. The big nugget of information in the post is the Is Name of the Pagani Huayra Autobot vehicle had been revealed as "Stinger" Check out the video 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.
Sega's latest action adventure game, TRANSFORMERS Human Alliance, partners players with one of three of the movie's stars, Optimus Prime, Bumblebee or Sideswipe. Players must battle their way across America, Africa and Europe destroying the Decepticons before they find the All Spark, a material capable of bringing any mechanical or electronic object to life.
Hasbro has filed a new Trademark for what appears to be a game and or some kind(s) of interactive software products along with a new black and white TF4 Decepticon logo. As to be expected, there will be some kind of game created to go along with the new "Transformers: Age of Extinction" that will be out in July 2014. The larger questions are what and who will the game(s) be made by? Its a good bet we will see High Moon Studios back in the game designers seat for their solid work on Transformers: Fall of Cybertron.
In an image taken during a recent trade show and posted at JoeBlo.com, we finally get a look at one of the Dinobots from Age of Extinction, with a battle ready Optimus Prime on his back. What could possibly top an alien death robot riding a giant mechanical dinosaur carrying a huge sword and shield? You can check out the image by clicking here
if you don't mind the mild visual spoiler.
If you can't make it to a Universal Studios park any time in the near future, Universal Orlando has made picking up merchandise from their shop a little easier for you. Today they've added a selection of Transformers items
to their online offerings, including the exclusive Deluxe Evac, as well as exclusive packaging versions of Bumblebee, Optimus and Megatron at Deluxe and Voyager scales. Prices are the same as at the on-site store, so don't expect a bargain, but it's cheaper than any alternative until now.
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