Possible 'Transformers 4' Titles Include 'Age of Extinction' and More
by Ethan Anderton
September 2, 2013
We've seen just one single official first look photo from the set of Transformers 4 featuring director Michael Bay with stars Mark Wahlberg and Jack Reynor. But just last week, we also caught a glimpse of some interesting hints at what's to come in the sequel. Propaganda posters on the set in Chicago where production is currently filming show us that there are plenty of people who now greatly fear the Autobots after the attack on the Windy City. In addition, a production crew member's hat seemed to hint at Dinobots being involved, and now a potential title for the sequel coming next summer indicates the same. Read on!
Fusible (via ComingSoon) noticed that the same brand protection agency that registers the website domain that revealed the title Dark of the Moon for the third sequel has some new Transformers titles that have been registered. The titles include Transformers: Last Stand, Transformers: Apocalypse and Transformers: Future Cast. They all sounds relatively lame, with the first taking a cue from the third X-Men film and the last one sounding like weather program hosted by the Transformers. The middle one sounds okay, maybe just a little too much. However, another title sounds more promising.
The Transformers fansite TFW2005 reveals that Hasbro has applied for several trademarks for Transformers: Age of Extinction, and a website domain name with that title has also been registered. If the film really does feature Dinobots, including the word "Extinction" in the title would be a nice tease for fans. And in case you have any doubt that they will show up, producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura confirmed to Beijing News (also via ComingSoon) they will appear, "I can not disclose the specifics, but you can be sure that the joining of the Dinobots will give the audience new excitement. Surely we'll find out the official title sometime before the first trailer is release, which should be later this year.