Posters for Transformers: Age Of Extinction, trailer soon

Poster Simon Brew 4 Mar 2014 - 06:54

A pair of posters launch for Transformers 4, ahead of the trailer for Michael Bay's latest, which is due later this week...

This is the week when the covers start to come off Michael Bay's upcoming Transformers: Age Of Extinction, with the release of the first proper trailer for the movie. Said trailer will be landing on Wednesday in the UK, and building up to the release of it, Paramount has been putting out some character posters.

Here are the first two, centred around Mark Wahlberg and Jack Reynor. Apparently - according to said posters - the rules have changed this time as well. So that's good to know.

Transformers: Age Of Extinction arrives on July 10th in the UK. Here are those posters...

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Eeerrrmm.... they do know this movoe is called TRANSFORMERS, right? ;)

I think it's a movie ;p

If only the poster said "The Director Has Changed"

Give Bot Posters!! It's Transformers!!

They could just make a CG-animation instead, one that focuses exclusively on Autobots and Decepticons.

And once again, these films are going to focus on the pretty boy/girl ''actors'', relegating the actual Transformers to the background,
They should do a film about the fall of Cybertron and have no human characters in it at all. Make a Transformers movie actually be about the Transformers and set it anywhere but Earth, easily done with CGI these days.

That's the best comment I've seen for anything in a long time :)

I think you may be underestimating what goes into the CGI of the Transformers, if you think about it if you essentially double the amount of time designated to the Transformers that effectively doubles the budget of the CGI for the film which would add tens of millions to the production cost. I'd love to see it though but they could definitely do a better job of integrating the human and transformer cast as well as defining the transformers as actual characters rather than devices for action.

I completely agree! If the studios cared about doing something genuinely groundbreaking and different and new they should have done a human-less movie. But they think handsome and pretty movie stars will make them more money than a good story.

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