Transformers 4 Spoilers [See Video]: Watch New Behind The Scenes Footage Featuring Stars Mark Wahlberg & Nicola Peltz Revealing Dinobots?
By Staff Writer | December 18, 2013 03:49 AM EST
Transformers 4 spoilers alert!
A new video footage from the set of Transformers 4: Age of Extinction was recently released by ET Canada, featuring an interview with Mark Wahlberg and Nicola Peltz.
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The reporter of ET Canada tried to get some juicy information about the rumored Dinobots from lead star Mark Wahlberg on set, which will be discussed later on. She also asked Wahlberg about his role as a dad to Nicola Peltz, who spoke about his experience as an off cam father made it easier to play his role on the movie.
"I'm definitely in the right frame of mind to be playing this," he said. "I have got a 10-year-old daughter who has now got pictures of One Direction on the wall."
Wahlberg also revealed his relationship with Peltz in the movie, discussing about his character as a dad to a daughter who was secretly seeing the racecar driver Jack Reynor.
"We have a very strict no dating household and I find out and there is all this chaos that she has been lying to me for some time," Wahlberg revealed.
He also spoke about the scenario when he finally meets the boyfriend of his daughter in the film, which was awkward saying: "I don't like the boyfriend and I have to go on the run with my daughter and the boyfriend which is very awkward."
He also talked about his career in the showbiz industry and how he is holding up now that he's getting older as an actor: "I accept the fact that I am getting older now and playing older characters, a lot of people don't get to do it for as long as I've been doing it and at this level."
Some of the most crucial part of the movie was shot at the Wulong Karst National Geology Park in Hong Kong; where director Michael Bay released some photos from the production, suggesting that a group of Transformers is meeting another group of Transformers to fight their way out of a crater from a crashed starship.
Rumors began circulating that the "other group of Transformers" is actually the Dinobots.
When asked about the existence of Dinobots in the upcoming Transformers 4 film, Wahlberg was mum about it, though his statement may suggest that there are going to be Dinobots it's just that he hasn't seen them yet.
"Oh, I can't talk about that," he immediately said. "It's on a lot of people's bucket list but I haven't seen them."
The reporter urged him to reveal more about the rumored Dinobots by asking, "So it's true then?" But Wahlberg was tough and didn't want to spill the beans about it.
"No, I don't know, I am more concerned with the human element," Wahlberg answered.
Children of Wahlberg will have a cameo on Transformers 4, and when asked about directing on set he said, "If you're shooting a big movie like this you don't have enough time to play around no matter who it is, you've got to get it right."
Nicola Peltz was also interviewed on set. She told the reporter how much she enjoyed doing the film, since it highly involved a lot of stunts, as she revealed that since she was a child she wanted to become a ice hockey player.
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