Wednesday, January 29, 2014


Not much has been heard of regarding director Michael Bay's fourth installment of the Transformers franchise when it comes to the actual story of the film. Until no. Maybe.

According to the website Omelete, plot points for Transformers: Age of Extinction may have been revealed. The following is text from the original post, however it needs to be noted that this is all per translation software since the original post was written in Portuguese. In other words, if some of the text reads and sounds weird it's because of the translation software.

The plot of Transformers 4 goes four years after the end of Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon, And the wreckage of Autobots and Decepticons left on the battle of Chicago are part of this continuation. The designer played by Stanley Tucci leads a millionaire and unscrupulous initiative that builds Transformers from alien technology. According to him, compared Bumblebee (Camaro in form "vintage" 1967) to a scrap, make your own giant robots is a form of poetry. When it is dragged to the middle of the action scenes, though, Tucci runs and screams without the same pose. He must assume the role of comic relief like that of John Turturro in previous films. 
In Preview, the protagonist Cade Yeager ( Mark Wahlberg) Appears on the scene in his truck carrying what looks like a piece of a Transformer. He is a widower inventor who creates his own teenage daughter (Nicola Peltz ) unaware that she secretly dating a young race car driver ( Jack Reynor ). When the wreck is triggered, Cade attracts the attention of the government and "alien bounty hunters" - novel element that Bay declined to explain.Asked about a possible relationship of these mercenary space with the Decepticons, the director also evaded. 
And then we see the first glimpse of what promises to be the differential of the action scenes in this movie: antigravity. Bounty hunters come to the farm Cade and abduct the girl with a gravitational attraction, before attaching it to a network. The scene is somewhat reminiscent War of the Worlds , when Tom Cruise refuses to hand over his daughter to aliens. The same principle is at the scene we saw being round set (objects and cars suddenly floating in the air) and Bay showed us on the computer a grand scene of action by the sea, still in preview stage, in which a transatlantic begins to levitate out of the water and through an avenue in front of the runaway car of the protagonists. 
As those ten minutes do not include unfinished scenes Robots - Bumblebee only in its automotive version of "threatening" the villains with Husky engine -. Gives you an idea of just relations between human Titus Welliver is the leader of the government goons ( using military type sports cars) in pursuit of Cade, and Kelsey Grammer in the role of director of counterintelligence government Harold Attinger, should be the main human antagonist. 
Sophia Myles , in the role of an assistant archaeologist Tucci, complete the "tram" the good guys and good guys quasi-which should run from one side to the other throughout the film (Sophia, Tucci, Wahlberg, Peltz and Reynor occupy the old Toyota utility that we saw being used on the set). In this nucleus, the main subplot is the effort of the young driver to prove his worth to the father, who has just discovered dating daughter. In the video, the scene where Bumblebee is despised by Transformers designer, Wahlberg calls the car "Bee" and tries to calm him, as Shia LaBeouf previously made. Everything indicates that the charismatic Autobot will have a new owner over the Age of Extinction. 
The impression is that even after the complete exchange of the cast (not military core led by Josh Duhamel remains) normal human - now the inventor farmer and his daughter - still have more important role than Optimus and Co. Although everyone has know the presence of the Dinobots in the film, they were not mentioned even once in the video we saw on set. Maybe Michael Bay has saved the surprise for the first trailer, which will be unveiled next Sunday during the Super Bowl.

Until more official information is provided by Bay, any of the actors or the studio take all of this as rumor right now. Transformers: Age of Extinction hits theaters on June 27, 2014.

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