Published On: Mon, Aug 26th, 2013

Mark Wahlberg featured with cast and ‘monolith’ in first ‘Transformers 4’ photo

While official shots from the set of Transformers 4 have so far focussed mainly on the films automobiles, a new photo finally introduces a couple of humans – particularly Mark Wahlberg’s satchel-wearing hero.

Transformers 4 bannerThe was released over the weekend, and shows director Michael Bay out-posing Wahlberg in front of a strange new monolith, which is likely the franchise’s new MacGuffin, taking over from the Allspark – the energy cube that was so pivotal to the first Transformers flick.

Some fans are clamoring that it is one part of Fortress Maximus, the giant Transformer who’s yet to appear on the big screen.

Most of the cast from the previous three films are gone as the franchise undergoes a reboot with a new cast (some noted below)

Pictured left to right: Jack Reynor; Mark Wahlberg; 2nd Assistant B-Camera Casey “Walrus” Howard; 1st Assistant B-Camera John Kairis with back to camera; B-camera Operator Lukasz Bielan; Director Michael Bay; and Director of Photography Amir Mokri.

High resolution photo: http://bayhem.com/1c0euov

Transformers 4 opens on June 27, 2014.

 Transformers 4 photo Michael Bay Mark Wahlberg

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