TRANSFORMERS 4 Gets Official Title as TRANSFORMERS: AGE OF EXTINCTION, Plus the First Teaser Poster

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Mere moments after more or less confirming the existence of Dinobots in Michael Bay’s Untitled Transformers 4 Sequel, it comes out that the movie is now officially titled, Transformers: Age of Extinction.  If that doesn’t scream “Dinobots” then I don’t know what does.  It’s a better tag title than the last couple of efforts and it’s particularly interesting to wonder just which age is going to go extinct: that of the Autobots, the Decepticons or we puny humans.

Starring Mark Wahlberg, Nicola Peltz, Jack Reynor, Stanley Tucci, Kelsey Grammer, Sophia Myles and Bingbing Li, Transformers: Age of Extinction opens June 27, 2014.  Hit the jump to check out the film’s newly-released teaser poster.

Check out the new teaser poster from Transformers: Age of Extinction below (via Yahoo!):

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  • JBug

    LOL

    • http://www.searchmillionaire.com/ SearchMillionaire.com

      Safe to say the IMAX 3D won’t dissapoint.

  • Julio Navas

    Looks promisin… oh wait, Michael Bay is returning to direct.

    • Strong Enough

      Bay is a great director with shitty scripts.

      • Reality Check

        Bay really should have handed the reigns to Nolan. They are about as good as each other in terms of skill, with the edge of credibility going to Bay. Neither hold a candle to Ratner though.

      • Strong Enough

        Hey Bad Boys 2 is a masterpiece. don’t let anyone tell you otherwise

      • RiddleThemThis

        Don’t forget about The Rock! (The film not the man).

      • Strong Enough

        another classic from The Bay!

      • Strong Enough

        another classic from The Bay!

      • Pk

        Imagine if goyer wrote the script and story for these movies and hans Zimmer scored it? That would be epic!

      • Strong Enough

        stop lying.

    • Tommy SoColossal Tunez

      Why Does Everyone Hate On MICHAEL BAY!? The Man Is A Legend In My Eyes!!! Til’ This Day, THE ISLAND Is Still My Favorite Sci-Fi/Action Movie!!! Story? Superb…Acting? Fantastic…Special FX? Stunning!!! BAD BOYS 2 Is Perfect From Begin To End!!! People Hate On The TRANSFORMERS Movies Like They Are Garbage!!! The Movies Are Highly Enjoyable & There Is Plenty Character Development There. I Liked All Three So Far & Own Them On Blu-Ray. I Am Looking Forward To TF4!!! I Am Praying That HOTROD Will Be In This One!!! Stop Hating On MICHAEL BAY!!! The Man Is A Great Director. Even If THE ISLAND Was His Only Film, He Would Still Be A Legend!!!

      • ScoobyDooFTW

        If you were a fan of the franchise, you would understand why Bay’s interpretations get so much heat. Don’t get me wrong, while they are enjoyable, they don’t please the fans; hell, I was hooked on to Transformers by the first live-action film. Even I can see how they’re unpleasing to a majority of the fan base. Ever since, I have watched nearly all shows and have become extremely knowledgeable in the different universes. The special effects are undoubtedly impressive, indeed, but we need more time focused on the emotional and suspenseful aspects of a plot/story and the Transformers themselves. I understand that comes at a cost, due to the costing it takes to animate them, but that is still no excuse for the scripts. Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman know how to write a juicy story line for Transformers (Transformers Prime being a prime example), but Bay didn’t allow them to perform to the best of their abilities on the first and second films. Also, the character development in the films is total and utter trash. The only characters (Transformer wise) the audience (minus the hardcore fans) are extremely attached to in terms of depth and personality are Prime and Bumblebee. They get so much screen time, they’re almost boring (I never care for Autobots that much anyway; Decepticons for life). The first film reigns superior out of all three so far, with the third being the second best, and the second film not even derseving to be ranked. I’m sure Bay is a good director on his own, but not for the Transformers. We need an entirely new crew for these films. A reboot is desperately needed.

    • Tommy SoColossal Tunez

      Why Does Everyone Hate On MICHAEL BAY!? The Man Is A Legend In My Eyes!!! Til’ This Day, THE ISLAND Is Still My Favorite Sci-Fi/Action Movie!!! Story? Superb…Acting? Fantastic…Special FX? Stunning!!! BAD BOYS 2 Is Perfect From Begin To End!!! People Hate On The TRANSFORMERS Movies Like They Are Garbage!!! The Movies Are Highly Enjoyable & There Is Plenty Character Development There. I Liked All Three So Far & Own Them On Blu-Ray. I Am Looking Forward To TF4!!! I Am Praying That HOTROD Will Be In This One!!! Stop Hating On MICHAEL BAY!!! The Man Is A Great Director. Even If THE ISLAND Was His Only Film, He Would Still Be A Legend!!!

  • nom79

    So the new trend is putting “Age” in a title. Sweet. Can’t wait for Spiderman: Age of Sinister Six and Man of Steel: Age of Worlds Finest. So hard to be original in Hollywood. SMH!

    • MITIOR

      I was getting so fed up with the word “rise” in every title

    • MITIOR

      I was getting so fed up with the word “rise” in every title

  • Cynicaltron

    The creativity of McBay knows no bounds; truly the Spielberg of action films.

    It’s too bad this won’t be the Extinction of this piece of shit franchise.

  • Some Guy

    The Dinos sound more definite now.

  • Some Guy

    The Dinos sound more definite now.

  • The Driver

    This series completely fell off a cliff after the first one. I was a GIGANTIC Transformer nerd up to the release of the first movie and the lead up to the first movie was probably the most excited I had been for a movie at that point. I thought it definitely had flaws but it was enjoyable.

    2nd had lots of stuff to hate and I walked out underwhelmed to say the least.

    3rd was bottom of the barrel for me and made me lose a lot of the interest I had in Transformers in general.

    Hearing that the dinobots are in this sounds good on paper but knowing Bay you’ll see their coolest moment during the Superbowl next year and they’ll be on screen for all of 5 minutes before cutting back to more humans or Optimus Prime. I’ll still probably turn out for it though. Mark is one of those guys that makes a movie enjoyable. I hope he turns out to be the bigger focus than the new teenagers.

  • The Driver

    This series completely fell off a cliff after the first one. I was a GIGANTIC Transformer nerd up to the release of the first movie and the lead up to the first movie was probably the most excited I had been for a movie at that point. I thought it definitely had flaws but it was enjoyable.

    2nd had lots of stuff to hate and I walked out underwhelmed to say the least.

    3rd was bottom of the barrel for me and made me lose a lot of the interest I had in Transformers in general.

    Hearing that the dinobots are in this sounds good on paper but knowing Bay you’ll see their coolest moment during the Superbowl next year and they’ll be on screen for all of 5 minutes before cutting back to more humans or Optimus Prime. I’ll still probably turn out for it though. Mark is one of those guys that makes a movie enjoyable. I hope he turns out to be the bigger focus than the new teenagers.

  • stylus59

    let’s see: age of extinction, nothing comes after that right?
    that means there’ll be no more sequels right?
    *delusional hope*

  • stylus59

    let’s see: age of extinction, nothing comes after that right?
    that means there’ll be no more sequels right?
    *delusional hope*

  • Sam Wick

    Like Bay said that this is the beginning of a new trilogy? I’m not mistaken?

  • Sam Wick

    Like Bay said that this is the beginning of a new trilogy? I’m not mistaken?

  • Chachi

    It still cracks me up, the hate on the Transformers movies. At the end of the day, despite all the cartoons and comics, it was a toy line first. These are movies that are based on toys. How would you propose to create a compelling story when the root of your film has to include vehicles that transform into robots? I see these flicks to see giant silly toys come to life on the big screen and beat the shit out of each other. All I need is a loose plot to hold it together and that’s generally what we’ve gotten (although Revenge of the Fallen should have been about 15 minutes shorter) so I (and the other folks who have made this a billion dollar franchise) pretty much have gotten what we’ve been looking for.

  • sunshine

    i don’t really give a shit if it’s stupid. dinobots… i’m there. they better talk like cartoon cavemen too… and always hang out in their dinosaur forms…

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  • ScoobyDooFTW

    Their title reminisces “Age of Ultron”. Some competition, perhaps?

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