Michael Bay Shows Off The Human Stars Of Transformers: Age Of Extinction In New Set Photo
As Transformers: Age of Extinction has moved its way through production, director Michael Bay has given us an occasional look behind the curtain to see what he's been up to. But rather than going the Marc Webb or Bryan Singer route, using cell phones and Twitter pages to give fans inside access, Bay has instead chosen to release glossy, professional looking photos - and today arrives the most recent one. The director has taken to his official website to release this latest Transformers 4 behind-the-scenes image, this one centering on stars Mark Wahlberg, Nicola Peltz and Jack Reynor.
Bay hasn't released that many photos from the set, but what's surprising about this one is that it's actually the second one that has come out this week. Just yesterday the lens was turned around on himself as he was photographed wincing at a big explosion while sitting behind a giant camera. You can see that image below:
And, of course, who could forget the first shot that came from the set, which featured Bay, his stars, his cinematographer and some camera operators standing on top of what looked like a giant alien pyramid:
Where all of this is heading, though, we really don't know. Wahlberg is playing a mechanic who stumbles upon a secret that gets the attention of the Autobots, Decepticons and the government, but that's about as clear as plot descriptions for the film get. The title suggests that this movie will see the "live-action" debut of the Dinobots, but even that hasn't been officially confirmed by the studio.
In addition to the three stars you see at the top of this article, Transformers: Age of Extinction also features a solid supporting cast that includes actors Stanley Tucci, Kelsey Grammer, T.J. Miller, Sophia Myles, Titus Welliver, and Bingbing Li. Perhaps at some point Bay will show them off in a set photo too? We can't say how much longer the film is going to be in production, but there will certainly be plenty of post-production work that will need to be done in order to get the film ready for its June 27, 2014 release date.
While we wait to see all of the new Transformers when they're not in car form, enjoy this teaser poster for the movie, which was released when the title was officially announced:
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