Watch: 'Transformers: Age of Extinction' Gets Three More TV Spots
by Ethan Anderton
June 2, 2014
Following the last three TV spots for Transformers: Age of Extinction, three more have popped up showing off new footage from the sequel starring Mark Wahlberg, Nicola Peltz and Jack Reynor. This time we get a little taste of humor from Wahlberg, finally some footage featuring T.J. Miller and some new shots of the Autobots being bad ass heroes. Plus, there's a couple new Dinobots to be spotted, not to mention what seems to be an advanced nanobot-styled bad guy swarming around. Could this be a better sequel from director Michael Bay with new tricks, or just the same old stuff with a new cast? Watch below!
Here's the new TV spots for Transformers: Age of Extinction from the film's YouTube page:
Michael Bay is again directing Transformers 4, or Transformers: Age of Extinction, from a screenplay by Ehren Kruger, as his last film in the blockbuster series The film begins after an epic battle that left a great city torn. As humanity picks up the pieces, a shadowy group reveals itself in an attempt to control the direction of history while an ancient, powerful new menace sets Earth in its crosshairs. With help from a new cast of humans, Optimus Prime (voiced by Peter Cullen) and the Autobots rise to meet their most fearsome challenge yet. The cast includes Mark Wahlberg, T.J. Miller, Jack Reynor, Nicola Peltz, Stanley Tucci, Kelsey Grammer and more and Paramount Pictures release the film June 27th later this summer.
the CGI is incredible
Quynh Truong on Jun 2, 2014
If you are against this film you have no soul.
Matthew on Jun 2, 2014
You mean, if you're actually paying to see this nonsense, you have no brain? Yeah...
Sascha Dikiciyan on Jun 2, 2014
DAVIDPD on Jun 2, 2014
Laughed at the "Sweetie, hand me my alien gun" line. I spotted Hud from Cloverfield in the second spot. I thought the first movie was decent, and hated the second so I didn't see the third. But, now that Shia and most of the familiar cast of the human characters aren't involved I might see this one.
NathanDewey on Jun 3, 2014
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