Transformers 4: Age of Extinction - Fans Name TF4 Most Anticipated Super Bowl XLVIII AD

Transformers 4: Age of Extinction is the most anticipated advertisment at the 2014 Super Bowl XLVIII according to a recent Fandango poll. The Wrap is reporing that movie ticketing service Fandango polled film fans about which movie ADs they were looking forward the most. “Transformers: Age of Extinction, ” was winner with 48% of the vote followed by "Spider-Man 2" with 20% and “Captain America: The Winter Solider,” with 17% of the votes.
Movie ticketing service Fandango asked film fans which movie trailers and ads they’re most looking forward to seeing during the Super Bowl, and “Transformers: Age of Extinction, ” which doesn’t open until June, was the clear winner with 48 percent of the vote. The movie brings back director Michael Bay and those giant robots, but shakes up the formula with a new star, Mark Wahlberg, subbing in for Shia LaBeouf, who was presumably busy torching his career with a short film bearing similarity to an obscure comic.

“The ‘Transformers’ movies have always been huge crowd pleasers, and the addition of Mark Wahlberg certainly brings more anticipation to the fourth film,” Dave Karger, Fandango’s chief correspondent, said. “Plus, fans haven’t seen any previews for ‘Transformers 4’ yet, so it’s the biggest true debut of the Super Bowl.”

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