A New Vehicle Revealed for Transformers 4; Plus, New Set Pics Featuring Mark Wahlberg

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Michael Bay has taken to his blog recently to reveal the latest vehicles to join the ranks of the Transformers franchise. So far, we’ve seen a redesigned Optimus Prime, a retro-styled Bumblebee and our first look at Hound. There are a couple vehicles that have been revealed that have yet to be associated with a robot, including a Bugatti, a Corvette Stingray and a Lamborghini Aventador. Today, Bay showed off the latest vehicle to join the crew, a Chevrolet Sonic RS. With the above image, Bay added “The Ultimate Sonic RS, just pure fun.”

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Also new today, filming officially began in Texas, where Bay and company were filming some scenes with the film’s star Mark Wahlberg. There is nothing too revealing about the images, other than Wahlberg has decided to carry over his super-muscular physique from his most recent film Pain & Gain, which was also directed by Michael Bay. There are also some images of a couple older vehicles, but we’re not sure if those will be robots or something else. Another interesting pic is the billboard, which simply states “Remember Chicago” and to report alien activity. Transformers 4 is set 4 years after the events that occurred in Dark of the Moon and Bay has stated that this film will take place in the same universe, but told through new characters. Take a look and we’ll be sure to keep you updated as more goods come along.

Transformers 4 is set to open next summer. Starring alongside Wahlberg is Bates Motel’s Nicola Peltz, Jack Reynor, Stanley Tucci, TJ Millerand Kelsey Grammer who will serve as the human villain of the film.
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