‘Transformers: Age of Extinction’ Wraps Production – First piece to come out for the Super Bowl

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Michael Bay’s fourth Transformers movie Transformers: Age of Extinction finishes principal photography, with the first footage to premiere during this year’s Super Bowl and a teaser right after that. The director himself confirms it on MichaelBay.com, and he appears to be sick of all the haters.

“It is a drag talking to reporters on sets. Why? Because often times they take your words and skew things to their liking. Then the crazy, lazy game of reporting on what other writers story’s reported me saying and suddenly it becomes skewed Internet truth. So I waste my time to restate exactly what I did say, again,” Micheal said in his official statement.


“So that brings me to letting Transformers fans know that we have completed our five and half month shoot. We got back from a month long shoot in China. My crew and I had a fantastic time shooting in Hong Kong and Mainland China. It was an amazing experience, and I love the country. My cast was absolutely fantastic, and a very fun group to work with. We are working hard cutting the movie right now. I think the first piece comes out for the Super Bowl and a teaser right after that.”

The first piece, as referred by Bay, will most likely be the promised teaser – something very short, but probably quite eye-catching and fascinating.

And then just opposite to as what many viewers have expected, Bay didn’t apologize as some directors did for movies they’ve made. For Bay, he made exactly the movies he wanted to make, and also got the overwhelming financial success out of them, who says he needs to apologize to anyone?

Anyhow, Bay has attempted to make Transformers: Age of Extinction “less goofy,” and from the recent set images and plot details, it’s quite obvious that the director is keeping this one slick.

Starring Mark Wahlberg, Nicola Peltz, Jack Reynor, Kelsey Grammar, Stanley Tucci, Sophia Myles, and Li Bingbing, Transformers: Age of Extinction will opens in theaters on June 27th, 2014.

Source: Michael Bay