Published On: Thu, Sep 26th, 2013

Michael Bay releases ‘Transformers Age of Extinction’ action filled set photo

Michael Bay has revealed a new on-set image from Transformers: Age Of Extinction, capturing the director behind the camera in the middle of action, directing a scene with huge explosions.

Transformers Age of Extinction Transformers 4 posterThe new image shows Bay operating his camera in the middle of what appears to be an absolute warzone, with devastation raining down from all sides.

See photo below.

Bay has already been quick to talk up the action in the new film, referring to a “chase from hell” that promises to up the auto-based carnage to even more chaotic levels than before.

While details of the film haven’t been released, producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura confirming the presence of the Dinobots in the upcoming sequel with a “leaked” photo just a day ahead of an official poster earlier this month.

The new film will reboot the franchise with a new cast and added robots.

Directed by Bay and co-starring Mark Wahlberg, Nicola Peltz, Stanley Tucci and Kelsey Grammer, Transformers: Age Of Extinction will open in theaters June 27,2014. 

Source: Michael Bay

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