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The official Transformers page on facebook have posted some new still images from the Transformers 4: Age of Extinction movie coming to theaters June 27th. Three of the four images have been released before. However, there is one that is new giving us a look at Cade Yeager played by Mark Wahlberg working with the rusty old truck that we've all learned is Optimus Prime in his officially named "Evasion Mode" that just happens to be a COE model like we saw in Generation 1. Read on the see the stills for more previews.



Just up on the official Michealbay.com Vimeo channel is a brand new Transformers: Age of Extinction TV commercial titled, "Truck," that debuted at the MTV Movie Awards last night. Paramount are following up with second TV spot that shows most of what we have seen already with the addition of more a few new angles and Grimlock scenes at the end. Read on the see the 1092 HD version of the second TV spot for Transformers: Age of Extinction.



Thanks to YouTube member hippietrooper who has posted posted a video review of the Smash & Change Optimus Prime Transformers 4 Age of Extinction Toy, This is one of the showcase simplified action figures that Hasbro has been touting since last summer. Get the scoop on this figure that is supposed to transform with quick tug on his truck-bed.



Just up on the official Transformers: Age of Extinction YouTube channel is a brand new Transformers: Age of Extinction TV commercial titled, "Truck," that debuted at the MTV Movie Awards last night. Paramount are following up with second TV spot that shows most of what we have seen already with the addition of more a few new angles and Grimlock scenes at the end. Read on the see the second TV spot for Transformers: Age of Extinction.



The Hasbro Australia official Transformers site has been updated with the official products information on the first waves of the Transformers Age of Extincion toys. We've seen the official images, but now we get look at the character bio summaries for many of the main-line and Construct-Bot figures fans have been looking at since Toy Fair. Check out the the bios for Evasion Mode Optimus Prime, Grimlock, Scorn, 1967 Bumblebee, Slug, Drift and more.



In our hurry to cover all the juicy reveals that movie Transformers Age of Exctiction Director Michael Bay was feeding us from Entertainment Weekley's interview. We almost missed a new official image of the Dinobot Grimlock. The mysterious prehistoric-robot character is shown in stealthy T-Rex beast mode getting ready use to use his awesome fire-blast power on some hopeless victim. Even when probed, the director was tight lipped about this Bot's deal.



Following the news of the LA01 Battle Command Optimus Prime, it is revealed that was a page from the Takara Tomy Transformers product solicitations catalog. Thanks to NTF-Archive who have posted the full catalog. We have a look at what fans in Japan will be seeing from the Transformers Age of Extinction line. We know about most of thes already from Hasbro. However, we do get a look at what's coming out after May to see a handful of new items including more Dinobots and mystery vehicles. Read on to see all the listings.



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.



Hasbro have released a bunch of official Transformers 4 Age of Extinction character art images. Get at look at the illustrations that looks to be from the same artist who did the box art. Get a look at these new takes on Optimus Prime, Grimlock, Drift, Galvatron, Lockdown, Straft, Slug, Cosshairs, Bubmblebee, Hound, Scorn, Stinger and Strafe now in the gallery.



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."


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Following the new trailer where we find out "Transformers Are Dangerous" an official Age of Extinction movie site transformersaredangerous.com has launched. The propaganda styled page shows a poster of Optimus Prime with the words "Transformers Are Dangerous" that is available to help "Spread The Word" on social networks. Additionally, there is a sign-up to "Join The Fight." Which we assume will be movie news updates. Though, it could be hinting a possible game or other future movie related promotions.


UK site Click Distribution have posted a listing for new the Transformers Trading Card Collection. Following the past product lines that were movie based, the page shows the TF4 logo and the release date of May 15th we are looking forwards to see the new trading cards games they will be offering this time. The listings include details for Topps CDU packs at £1.00 pack, Starter packs at £4.99 and Tins £5.99. Sorry, no images yet.


To ensure supply will meet demand, Sega has begun production on both sides of the Atlantic. “We’ve got factories in the U.S. and U.K. producing Transformers so we’re able to service the needs of our markets as quickly and economically as possible,” continued Williams. “Our distributors will find a ready supply of product available to meet what is sure to be very high demand for an extraordinary title.”

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The official Transformers page on facebook have posted some new still images from the Transformers 4: Age of Extinction movie coming to theaters June 27th. Three of the four images have been released before. However, there is one that is new giving us a look at Cade Yeager played by Mark Wahlberg working with the rusty old truck that we've all learned is Optimus Prime in his officially named "Evasion Mode" that just happens to be a COE model like we saw in Generation 1. Read on the see the stills for more previews.


Thanks to YouTube member hippietrooper who has posted posted a video review of the Smash & Change Optimus Prime Transformers 4 Age of Extinction Toy, This is one of the showcase simplified action figures that Hasbro has been touting since last summer. Get the scoop on this figure that is supposed to transform with quick tug on his truck-bed.


The Hasbro Australia official Transformers site has been updated with the official products information on the first waves of the Transformers Age of Extincion toys. We've seen the official images, but now we get look at the character bio summaries for many of the main-line and Construct-Bot figures fans have been looking at since Toy Fair. Check out the the bios for Evasion Mode Optimus Prime, Grimlock, Scorn, 1967 Bumblebee, Slug, Drift and more.

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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."

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