First Look: Mark Wahlberg & Jack Reynor Filming 'Transformers 4'
We've already seen some good stuff from Transformers 4 including several other vehicles revealed, including a potential villain and a more low key paint job for Bumblebee, but we've yet to see any of the human cast members on set. Yes, there have been some paparazzi snaps floating around, but we don't post that garbage here. Instead, Paramount Pictures has just released the first official production photo featuring Michael Bay standing like Peter Pan with some metallic set piece. Plus, some of the crew is pictures along with stars Mark Wahlberg and rising star Jack Reynor. It's not much of a revelation, but check it out!
Here's the first official production photo from Michael Bay's Transformers 4 from MichaelBay.com:
Michael Bay is directing Transformers 4 as his last film in the blockbuster series before handing the franchise off to another director. No plot details are known yet, but Bay says, "We start four years later and there’s a reason why we’re meeting a new cast. We keep the 'Transformers' the way they were. It’s just four years later. There’s a reason the Transformers are redesigned. We’re trying to broaden the franchise and give it more places to go." The new cast includes Mark Wahlberg, T.J. Miller, Jack Reynor, Nicola Peltz, Stanley Tucci, Kelsey Grammer, Sophia Myles and Li Bingbing and the film arrives on June 27th, 2014.
Reader Feedback - 15 Comments
qweqwu2 on Aug 23, 2013
I bet that whatever happens in Transformers 4, it won't have any kind of continuity with the previous 3.
nate on Aug 23, 2013
Could not have had said it better
Fidel Reyes on Aug 23, 2013
Wow, you're really making a crazy bet with that one. It's not like they've been saying that since the beginning. It's not like everyone doesn't already know that. Well done.
davidshaw on Aug 23, 2013
Ha! Peter Pan. Yeah, I'd say that's what he was going for there
Richie G on Aug 23, 2013
Bay = God.
Trey Wilson on Aug 23, 2013
Also looks like it could be an Uncharted movie.
Phillip Gockel on Aug 23, 2013
cobrazombie on Aug 24, 2013
Why humans have a more important roles than the Transformers on the movies? That's why i don't like the Transformers movies but i love the series.
Sparkus K. Thunderbolt on Aug 24, 2013
it's too expensive for them to make. But it'd be sick to see a prequel with full cgi
cayden on Aug 25, 2013
That would be amazing!
Sparkus K. Thunderbolt on Aug 25, 2013
Please, no dumb story line. Less bumblebee, more of other autobots. And please have all transformers (autobots and decepticons) transform into what they're supposed to transform to reflect the comicbooks/cartoons in the best way possible. This simplicity will go a long way for diehard fans.
Such heroic nonsense on Aug 27, 2013
It's not just die hard fans that watch these movies and not everything translates from comic books & cartoons to the movie screen. Yeah imagine megatron transforming into a pistol, how lame would that be.
tani on Aug 30, 2013
UNICRON! UNICRON! or at least GALVITRON! GALVITRON!
C. D. Carney on Sep 9, 2013
No! No Galvatron! They already brought Megatron back in the second film and it was epic that Optimus killed him in the third for good! It would be really interesting if they brought the Quintessons in this one somehow.
RobotProphet on Sep 30, 2013
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