New IMAX Poster & Character Poster for TRANSFORMERS: AGE OF EXTINCTION

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We’re now just a few months away from the release of the latest film in the explosive Tranformers film franchise. Transformers: Age of Extinction moves on from the world of Sam Witwicky and his unrealistically hot girlfriends to a new group of humans hell-bent on either decimating human kind, or saving it. Mark Wahlberis taking the lead this time, with Nicola Peltz, Jack Renor, Li Bingbing, Stanley Tucci and Kelsey Grammer joining him.

Of course, the ever-present Optimus Prime and Bumblebee will be returning, as well as a slew of new Autobots and DecepticonsSome of the good guys that have been confirmed are Hound, Ratchet, Crosshairs and Drift. As for the baddies, we can expect to see Lockdown and Stinger. Let’s not for get the fan-favorite Dinobots either, which feature some familiar names like Grimlock, as well several new bots like Slash, Strafe and Slug.

Today, it was announced, not surprisingly, that the film would be released in IMAX form and to help get people excited, an brand new poster has been revealed. The image is one featured in the most recent trailer and shows off Lockdown…we think. Lockdown is a relative newcomer to the Transformers world, and is a bounty hunter that often sides with the Decepticons. There are some, however, that believe the bot featured is actually Galvatron, who has been long rumored to show up in the film. No confirmation has come from the studio as to who this actually is. also included below is the latest character poster, which features Li Bingbing. As you can see, the wording is all in Chinese, this is because Michael Bay is catering to that coveted audience by cutting a different version of the film to release in China and Li’s role may change per the version of the film.

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