Optimus Prime Laments To The Heavens In New AGE OF EXTINCTION Images; New Trailer Coming
Like it or not, there’s another Transformers movie headed to theaters with Michael Bay at the helm. In true Michael Bay fashion, he’s cut a pretty spectacular trailer full of action, explosions and slow motion. Now, whether or not Age of Extinction lives up to the trailer has yet to be seen. What we do know is that the film will likely be yet another perfect example of a summer blockbuster popcorn movie. News broke this afternoon that a new trailer is headed our way this Friday, with a teaser of that trailer expected to hit later this afternoon.
In the mean time, you can take a look at three new images from the film. The first two show off the two main robots in the franchise, Optimus Prime and his right-hand man, Bumblebee, both sporting their new streamlined look that Bay teased very early on in production. You can also see from Bee’s pic that he may be sporting some new weaponry…or beauty accessories. I’m not sure yet. The third image, and the coolest of the three, depicts the Autobot leader on his knees, lamenting to the heavens. Whether or not this pic is directly from the film or not is not known. Is he mourning the loss of a friend? It looks like he may have just taken a blast to the chest as well…We’ll have to wait and see.
Leading this film is Mark Wahlberg, along with up and comers Nicola Peltz and Jack Reynor. Kelsey Grammer, Stanley Tucci, TJ Miller, Sophia Myles, Titus Welliver and Li Bingbing also star. Just last week, it was announced that John Goodman and Ken Watanabe would be voicing robots, along with Peter Cullen returning to voice Optimus and Frank Welker will voice the iconic baddie Galvatron.
Be sure to check back today for the teaser of the trailer, and of course, this Friday for the brand new feature trailer for Transformers: Age of Extinction, which is set to hit theaters this June.
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