Just in from asian video site M1905 we have lots of spoilers from video interviews with director Michael Bay, Producer Lorenzo Di Bonaventura, and with cast members Mark Wahlberg, Jack Reynor and Li Bingbing. Watch the videos below to see the players in the forth Transformers movie give us the low down on details from the movie. We have also posted the main quotes from the vidoes below. NOTE: SPOILERS AHEAD, proceed at your own risk.
Thanks to a Google user, we have a new image of Transformers: Age of Extinction battle sword that lead star Mark Wahlberg was seem on set with
. The image gives us a look at the (Star Saber) sword that appears to have shoulder stock and some kind of laser or gun barrel in the middle. This was but one of many
that were spotted on the set. We can only assume the movie plot will implicate some kind of race around the globe to find them all. See the image now for the full look.
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.