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[Update] The First Trailer For TRANSFORMERS: AGE OF EXTINCTION Has Arrived!

After taking the last couple years off from the franchise to go hang with some Florida body-builders, Michael Bay has returned with the latest installment in his mega-hit robot franchise, Transformers: Age of Extinction. During the Super Bowl, we got our first tiny taste of what’s to come for the latest sequel, but today, we get a much larger slice of the dinobot filled pie:

“The age of the transformers is over.”

What’s great about this is it seems Bay has learned a lot from his time off. While there’s surely destruction, it doesn’t appear to be on the massive scale of the previous three films. This time, things appear to be much more character based. What is the world like now that the war between the autobots and decepticons is over? On top of that, it seems like all the amazing talent is really bringing some serious A game to this installment of the franchise.

In addition to that sweet goodness, Paramount has also offered up some brand new character posters featuring stars Mark Wahlberg, Jack Reynor and Nicola Peltz as their respective characters Cade Yeager, Shane, and Tessa, as well as a brand new character poster for Optimus Prime:

Optimus in hiding. Conspiracies. Dinobots. Forest battles. This. Is. Going. To. Be. Epic.

Transformers: Age of Extinction hits theaters on June 27th.


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A few observant audience members noticed this phone number on the “Remember Chicago” sign, a reference to the climax of the previous film. If you call that number, you are greeted to a creepy voice message informing citizens to stay alert for any suspicious transformer activity, and are then directed to, where you can download a kick-ass new Optimus Prime poster.

Images: Paramount



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  1. I’m willing to give this movie a fair shake as a stand alone product, and not let the previous films dictate what I should anticipate. That might be giving the franchise a little more credit than it deserves, but everything I’ve seen seems to suggest a slightly different tone for this Transformer movie, so I’m cautiously optimistic for a fun movie.

  2. Fartbooty says:

    Shit’s more than meets the eye, let’s all roll out n see it! This movies looks touching and powerful

  3. Matthew Lawrence says:

    The Micheal Bay Transformer movies are like drugs, you know they are bad but u just can’t resist them. This movie has exactly the same beats as ALL the previous ones but we will all still go see it.

  4. Wyatt Seablom says:

    You know Shits gonna hit the fan when someone says “We Dont Need You Any More.” Yeah, I Think There Gonna Be Needing You Very Shortly.

  5. Jeff says:

    Is it weird that I expect this to be a total piece of crap and yet I know I’m going to go see it anyway?

  6. Jay says:

    is it wrong that I’m excited by this? I’m sure the more I see the more jaded I’ll get, but for now I’ll enjoy this little bit of happiness 🙂

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  8. DJ Kento says:

    YES! I love the idea of them literally rebooting Optimus Prime. Also love that he’s the old school style cab! This is what I want.

  9. Serenil says:

    I hope Mark Whalberg’s friend hate fucks a trashcan.