Transformers: Age of Extinction -- First Look Spot
Posted February 3, 2014 06:37 PM by Webmaster
Paramount Pictures International has released a brand new trailer for director Michael Bay's highly anticipated film Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014), starring Mark Wahlberg, Nicola Peltz, Jack Reynor, Abigail Klein, Sophia Myles, Kelsey Grammer, Bingbing Li, and Victoria Summer. The film is set to open in theaters across the United States on June 27th.
In the United Kingdom, the film will open on July 10th.
A mechanic and his daughter make a discovery that brings down Autobots and Decepticons - and a paranoid government official - on them.
This will either be the shot in the arm this franchise desperately needs, or it'll be just as bad as 2 and 3. Either way, the Dinobots are a welcome addition and Optimus Prime riding Grimlock wielding a sword is pretty freaking awesome.
Dinobots good. I can use my 5 year old as an excuse to see this. And like #3, I will probably be seeing it in Japanese, understanding about 3 words of dialogue, and it won't make much difference, but can be an excuse to buy the blu-rays eventually.
Only thing I thought was bad about the franchise so far was the silly little robots, kinda like a bunch of metal Jar Jars. If this one can increase the maturity level just a tad bit, this should be pretty cool. Remember, filmmakers, kids like robots already. Just make cool robots and you have the kid demographic hooked. They don't need to pee or listen to hip hop or have buck teeth or whatever. Just like Jar Jar didn't need to do all that stuff. You get the kid factor as soon as you include "aliens" and "robots" in your movie.
NOT the same without Shia but still looks awesome... I'll watch it in IMAX 3D.
Coming from a Transformers fan, I loved the animated movie film to death, literally I watched that 100 times... I think Michael Bay did a great job in bringing the cartoon to live action though I do wish the movie would be more story around the robots then humans.
so you think it will be the same setup as dark of the moon (2D to 3D conversion for live action, CGI native 3D by ILM on the robots only), but the first movie to film using digital IMAX 3D cameras?
i have a friend with a lazy eye, since you are thinking it is a combination of both (his eye points sideways when behind the RealD system) is teaching him to focus in that environment possible, or do i need to teach it to him using a TV of that capability? do you think a stereo blind person could have his eyes function in that type of 3D?
it will probably spend half of its time 2D-3D conversion, the rest is 3D? my concern is the rest, since there are full stereo battles, do i risk shooting out both of his eyes when he views it in 3D (the CGI portions by ILM)? he does fairly well 2D-3D wise.
I only we could upload Michael Bay's abilities to direct action into every director who actually knows how to tell a story and director actors, then we could just get rid of Bay by dropping him on some deserted island somewhere.