Super Bowl 2014 Commercials: Transformers 4 Movie Trailer To Feature Dinobot Leader ‘Grimlock’ With Powerful Performance From Mark Wahlberg
By Staff Writer | January 15, 2014 08:55 AM EST
Transformers 4 movie trailer is going to debut on Super Bowl 2014 commercials and fans are excited to see some fantastic giant robots transforming and doing their thing.
With the movie having some major overhaul from the human aspect to the robots, it's expected that the movie goers will be having some brand new experience from the "Transformers" franchise.
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With Transformers 4: Age of Extinction nearing its release date, and spoilers spilling everywhere, we can't wait to see the new trailer for the movie. It's expected that the Transformers 4 movie trailer to debut on Super Bowl 2014 commercials will feature the new giant robot, Dinobot leader Grimlock together with the redesigned Optimus Prime and Bumblebee.
With the new cast Mark Wahlberg claiming that this sequel is going to be a blast, fans are going crazy to see the movie already and the trailer could make them more crazy.
"It was a tighter script, and its own stand-alone thing. I think the emotional core of it, the human element, is going to be extremely powerful... It's an ordinary man trying to do extraordinary things to save his daughter and keep her alive--and this boyfriend he didn't know anything about. He'd had a child when he was in high school and his wife passed away, and the promise he'd made to her was that she wouldn't date any boys until she graduated and that she'd be at the graduation--because we weren't due to the pregnancy. So there's an anchor to it and a realness to it that I like a lot."
With director revealing that the movie production is already a wrap saying:
"... Yes, I'm very excited about this new movie," Bay penned on his official website, revealing the Transformers 4 trailer date.
... 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."
Meanwhile, the highly acclaimed directed apologized to the public for the rumors circulating that the other three Transformers movies were "goofy."
"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 then suddenly it becomes skewed Internet truth. So I waste my time to restate exactly what I did say, again.
No I did not 'apologize' for any Transformers movies. I did not say I shot the last three movies "less cool" then the new fourth installment. I was talking specifically about camera style and tone, of the first movie compared to how I shot the new installment with a very big scale, cinematic style. I was very specific in saying the first Transformers was shot in a 'generic suburbia' area, not trying to be cool with any cinematic flashes. I wanted it to feel like this could happen in any backyard in the United States."
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