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Transformers 4 - Michael Bay Talks Wahlberg, Shia, and The New Movie Timelines
Jack - Monday, November 12, 2012

TMZ had a little chit chat with Michael Bay about the new Transformers movie that he's just announced will include Mark Wahlberg in a leading role. Mr. Bay also lets us know a couple of small tidbits about the move taking place 4 years after the Dark of the Moon events and that the film will be released on July 4, 2014 as opposed to the previously reported date of June 27th, 2014. Bay also talks Shia Lebouf's unhappy departure from the last film. Discounting the actors comments as a response to how hard it is to do the job and that he thinks he's a great guy. Watch the whole TMZ clip now.




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Jason X
2012-11-14
3:38 am

40 years would've been much better than 4. For beings that live millenia the action sure does tend to bunch up.... 
BaCon
2012-11-12
7:42 pm

Sorry, but sequels always suck. I am really surprised he's going there.  
PuertoRiCON
2012-11-12
4:53 pm

I wished it took place further in the future than 4 years. It would have been cool if they gave us Power Masters, Target Masters and Head Masters. Only a four year difference doesn't, in my opinion, leave that possibility open, as far as the movie series timeline setting. I bet Bumblebee will st... read more 
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