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04 September 2013  |  Written by James White  |  Source: Yahoo

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Things are moving as quickly as Michael Bay edits in regards to news of the fourth Transformers outing. Just yesterday, producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura confirmed that the Dinobots would be making an appearance in the film, and today it's been announced that the movie (thanks to a poster up at Yahoo) will be called Transformers: Age Of Extinction.

The title and the sandy design for the poster seem to point towards the Dinobots’ presence, which further confirms what set spies have been reporting.

We also know that Wahlberg is a struggling inventor and single father to Tessa (Nicola Peltz) who in turn is dating race car driver Shane (Jack Reynor). Kelsey Grammer plays bad guy Harold Attinger, with Sophia Myles, Stanley Tucci, T.J. Miller, Titus Welliver, Bingbing Li, Victoria Summer and Geng Han all aboard.

In related Transformers news, the film’s Chinese outreach – including location work done in China itself – has continued apace via the Transformers 4 Chinese Actors Talent Search Reality Show (which really should have been called So You Think You Can Run Away From Giant Living Machines or, more simply, Optimus Idol) locking down Byron Li, Austin Lin, Candice Zhao and Teresa Daley for very small roles. They don’t even appear to have character names, so we’ll have to see how “Kung Fu fighter”, “sexy goddess”, “computer geek” and “cute Loli” fit into the overall story.

The director and his cast and crew are busy bringing the Bayhem in front of cameras now, aiming for a June 27 release next year.


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Disguising yourself as an extinct animal. Not the best way to blend in, really... More

Posted by Litshttam at 12:52 on 05 September 2013 | Report This Post

RE: The extinction happened long ago...
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Posted by MonsterCat at 01:21 on 05 September 2013 | Report This Post

RE: The extinction happened long ago...
L: Deviation L: Oroborous This franchise went extinct so long ago the last person to enjoy it is currently on display in the natural history museum. billion dollars coming from a couple of years ago disprove. And yes, a billion dollars does show somebody liked it, otherwise it would have gone The Hangover III route of making some 200-300 million less then the previous sequel. his instance I was using things called metaphor and exaggeration to make a point about the More

Posted by Oroborous at 00:03 on 05 September 2013 | Report This Post

Why BOTHER!!!??!?!?
Yet again Michael Bay insists we need more of this robotic trash,...throw in some Dinobots too,....JEEZ!!! He need's to work on something else,...or maybe nothing. More

Posted by Ramone87 at 21:28 on 04 September 2013 | Report This Post

RE: The extinction happened long ago...
L: Oroborous This franchise went extinct so long ago the last person to enjoy it is currently on display in the natural history museum. billion dollars coming from a couple of years ago disprove. And yes, a billion dollars does show somebody liked it, otherwise it would have gone The Hangover III route of making some 200-300 million less then the previous sequel. More

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