Blu-Ray Cover Art And Full List Of Special Features For TRANSFORMERS: AGE OF EXTINCTION

Michael Bay's Transformers: Age of Extinction is the only 2014 movie to hit $1 billion at the worldwide box office, and it hits DVD and Blu-ray on September 16th. Here, you'll find the cover for the latter along with the full list of special features which are over three hours long!

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By Josh Wilding - 8/27/2014

• Bay On Action—In-depth interview with Michael Bay about his vision and approach to the film’s mind-blowing action sequences.

Evolution Within Extinction:

• Generation 2—A look at where the fourth film picks up as we meet new faces—both man and machine—and a Transformers world after the Battle of Chicago.
• Drive Like Hell—Two entirely re-envisioned models of OPTIMUS PRIME and BUMBLEBEE appear in the film, along with an intimidating new nemesis, LOCKDOWN, as a Lamborghini Aventador plus other incredibly cool cars including a sophisticated Bugatti Veyron and a sleek Pagani Huayra. Check them out and see how actor Jack Reynor learned how to drive his Sonic rally car for the intense chase sequences.
• Small Town, Big Movie— When Transformers rolls into some small Texas towns, the normally quiet and picturesque countryside is suddenly alight with explosive action. Explore the different locations with members of the show’s art department and hear from robotics students whose designs appear as part of Cade’s lab.
• Shadow Protocol Activated— Follow the production to Detroit with unprecedented access to GM’s Lansing plant and Milford Proving Grounds test track; watch an impressive indoor car chase created in an auto parts factory; return to Chicago where location managers discovered a historical movie theater that served as the backdrop for Cade’s fateful first encounter with OPTIMUS PRIME; and finally travel to Washington state and the unlikely site of a never-used nuclear power plant.
• The Last Stand—A vacant lot in downtown Detroit is turned into a square block of Hong Kong. Watch as it literally takes shape from the ground up—then marvel as the crew blows it up piece by piece.
• The People’s Republic— China plays an extremely prominent role in the film both on-screen and behind-the-scenes; in fact, four Chinese actors were chosen from thousands of applicants on a reality TV show to appear in the movie. In addition, the production traveled to Hong Kong, the beautiful valley of Wulong Karst National Park in Chongqing and the Great Wall in Beijing to capture breathtaking footage.
• Rise of the DINOBOTS—Several new TRANSFORMERS characters make their live-action debut in this film. Get a brief history of the new recruits and then go inside Industrial Light & Magic to see how they were designed and conceptualized for the film.
• The Finishing Touch— Watch Michael Bay work like you’ve never seen him before. The director connects virtually with his Santa Monica headquarters, visits the editing bay and then checks in on the visual effects house in San Francisco—all from the comfort of his Miami home office. Also, get an in-depth look at the music contributions of Imagine Dragons as they collaborate with the film’s composer Steve Jablonsky. Finally, get exclusive red carpet access to the film’s world premiere in Hong Kong.

• Just Another Giant Effin’ Movie—Discover the fun, frenetic and amazing way a movie like Transformers: Age of Extinction gets made.
• A Spark of Design— Enjoy an exclusive look inside Hasbro’s creation of TRANSFORMERS: Age of Extinction Stomp and Chomp Grimlock action figure from concept and development to sculpting and painting, and then ultimately to the assembly line.
• T.J. Miller: Farm Hippie — Actor/comedian T.J. Miller never imagined he’d be part of a massively successful franchise like Transformers so he sets off to personally thank the people who made it possible. Come along as he visits Bay Films, gets some pointers from Kelsey Grammer, and even stops by Mark Wahlberg’s house in this funny piece.
• KRE-O TRANSFORMERS: Take Us Through the Movies! – OPTIMUS PRIME will bring you up to speed on all of the TRANSFORMERS movies one by one in this hilarious, animated short where the TRANSFORMERS KREON figures act out the movies while building and rebuilding each scene…brick by brick.
• The Angry Birds TRANSFORMERS: Origin Story – Bonus content tells the origin story of how the EggSpark has landed on Piggy Island causing the eggs on the island to turn into evil Egg-bots, wreaking havoc across the whole island. The EggSpark has also caused the Birds and Pigs to turn into Autobots and Deceptihogs, who must team up in order to stop the Egg-bots before it’s too late!
• Trailers

Directed by Michael Bay and starring Mark Wahlberg, Nicola Peltz, Jack Reynor, Stanley Tucci and Kelsey Grammer, Transformers: Age of Extinction movie is set to be released on September 16th. 
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danield222 - 8/27/2014, 5:44 AM
Shite movie. Shite franchise.
SuperCat - 8/27/2014, 5:45 AM
Dat cover.

SimyJo - 8/27/2014, 5:53 AM
I've worked on graphic design for dvd and blu-ray covers before for companies like Paramount and Universal studios - I've gotta say: that Photoshop work is bad, really bad.
Theres three different light sources going on there and the colour-caste that is supposed to unify the whole scene hasn't even been attempted. It's like the artist used scissors and pritt-stick to cobble a collage together.
A total embarrassment of a botch job, theres no way I would even put that in my portfolio had I had a hand in it.
pyrodude93 - 8/27/2014, 6:01 AM
That cover is really lame. I'll be getting the Best Buy steelbook, only OP is on it, and it looks miles better than this.
DoubleD - 8/27/2014, 6:06 AM

Never buy DVD or Blu-ray it will all be obsolete soon.
Doopie - 8/27/2014, 6:08 AM
How can this be shite when it made over a billion - surely that means it's the best!?

;)
Doopie - 8/27/2014, 6:10 AM
the cover is total shit but no-one was expecting a masterpiece were they? I mean this is Transformers we're talking about here
DoubleD - 8/27/2014, 6:13 AM
Doopie - 1 billion dollars doe's say a lot of people have a different opinion then some of us. Something about these Transformer movies people love and its not quality. ART IS IN THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER
Doopie - 8/27/2014, 6:16 AM
@DoubleD

very true - everyone has different likes and dislikes and there is no accounting for taste. I don't like these movies but if people do then let 'em watch I say - who gives a crap?
InfiniteLoki - 8/27/2014, 6:21 AM
Bay on Action. That's going to be a short documentary.
OdinSon2k14 - 8/27/2014, 6:28 AM
Wow...this movie came out in late June...with the quickness that they're getting these blu rays out, the bootleg hustlers will be EXTINCT :D.
SimyJo - 8/27/2014, 6:46 AM
@OdinSon2k14:

Yep, roughly Five months to blu-ray/dvd/digital release nowadays, Four if the film was less well received. I haven't seen GOTG!... I am ACHING to see it!, but the ticket prices here in England are outragious, I don't know what they are like in the U.S but films are £8.50 per ticket here (over $14) - £10.50 for 3D and nearly £19 ($31.54) for an IMAX ticket - So the studios can kiss my ass, I'll wait for the blu-ray release date. Did it with Thor: The Dark World - Going to do the same with GOTG, because for less than the price of one IMAX viewing I'll have the 3D Blu-Ray to keep to watch on my 55" tv with surround sound, It just feels a better deal.
Pox - 8/27/2014, 7:08 AM
That cover pretty much sums up the franchise...

two dimensional human characters given prominence and center stage in front of the Transformers we actually want to see being squished into the project like an after thought.
OdinSon2k14 - 8/27/2014, 7:13 AM
SimyJo, being in the UK, you wont believe this but...on a sunny early afternoon, you can see a summer blockbuster in 2D for 5 bucks :).
JohnWilkesBooth - 8/27/2014, 7:23 AM
People wasted the air we breathe to make this film. They should be shot and killed...
breakUbatman - 8/27/2014, 7:25 AM


I must say that the first movie was great for me, wonderful experience at the cinema. The franchise has gone to shit but the first one was good stuff. Couldn't wait to get my copy of that dvd just for the features.

I remember sitting on this site watching that awesome Mars rover teaser.

SimyJo - 8/27/2014, 7:29 AM
5 Bucks? - 3 Quid? - [frick]itty[frick][frick][frick]FUUUUUUUUCK!



You know.... I initially said the studios can kiss my ass, and in part thats true because the Cinemas over here get very little back from the sale of a cinema-ticket, I think it's something between 10-15%, so yes it's the studios fault for taking the lion's share of the ticket prices and giving the cinema chains over here (Odeon and Cineworld) such a bum-deal - but It's also the cinema's fault as well for bumping up the cinema ticket prices to compensate.
If the cinema chains were actually trying to kill their own business they couldn't do a better job than they are doing right now over here.

So f**k em' both. Waiting for the Blu-Ray. Let them moan about the demise of cinema all they want.... It's their own f**king fault.
UlisesMX - 8/27/2014, 7:56 AM
Where is the 3D version
fettastic - 8/27/2014, 8:37 AM
Didn't bother to see this, maybe never will. The last one was like a turd in my mouth.
fettastic - 8/27/2014, 8:40 AM
For anyone who gives a shit, here is the 3D cover:

TheAmbassador - 8/27/2014, 8:49 AM
@SimyJo

IMAX 3D runs about 20 bucks out here in Southern California, so it's not too much of a difference. I hardly see movies in theaters nowadays. When I do it's with a girl friend that I have to pay for which is annoying as well
SimyJo - 8/27/2014, 8:51 AM
"Expanded Image as seen in IMAX 3D theatres"

Whats the point of putting that on the Box? - It has nothing to do with the product inside the box!, If you don't have an IMAX-sized screen it doesn't matter about that - what a lame-ass psychological marketing tactic. It's basically negative reinforcement saying "If you don't get this version your picture will be cut-down ans not as expansive as this superior version - so buy me! BUY MEEEE !!!"

Moronic ad men.
SimyJo - 8/27/2014, 8:53 AM
@The Embassador:

I hear you. If I take the girlfriend I can kiss goodbye to best part of £30-£40 after drinks and popcorn.... but on the upside I can do the popcorn bucket trick which I consider 4D sensory entertainment.
fettastic - 8/27/2014, 9:04 AM
@simyJo,

This is a feature that has been on a few Blu-rays, starting with Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.

Several sequences of the film were shot with IMAX film cameras, which have a different aspect ratio than the rest of the film.

What this means is that the film is generally displayed in 2.35:1, but then opens up to 1.78:1 during those sequences.

For the retarded: Black bars during most of the film, no bars during some sequences.
fettastic - 8/27/2014, 9:07 AM
Feel stupid SimyJo? You should, cuz DAMN!
SimyJo - 8/27/2014, 9:08 AM
So if you don't have a tv that would do 1.78:1 justice... it's a bit of a gimmick then.

Found a post about it:
http://www.dslreports.com/forum/r26511067-Why-is-1.85-1-being-reformatted-to-1.78-1-for-Blu-ray
SimyJo - 8/27/2014, 9:09 AM
@fettastic,

I always feel stupid, it's my default setting, I am a bear of very little brain so sorry If thats taken the sting out of your insult. (lol)
CaptainObvious - 8/27/2014, 10:30 AM
Where is the special feature that reveals how Michael Bay turned Optimus Prime into a violent, bloodthirsty, angry, unheroic psychopath?
yonny616 - 8/27/2014, 11:25 AM
You know, if they kept the humans out, that would have been really cool looking cover.
MJPETTY7 - 8/27/2014, 11:37 AM
I really loved this movie.
NerdyKevin15 - 8/27/2014, 6:51 PM
@CaptainObvious Optimus Prime had to be like that because the people he was protecting betrayed him and the autobots, then after that he sees videos of his friends/autobot soldiers getting killed and used for spare parts by the humans, for all the times they saved the planet and this what they get. If this happen to me I would be piss to and seek out Revenge on the person who is be hide all of this.
Optimist18 - 8/27/2014, 9:02 PM
Aside from the couple who liked the movie, you're all idiots.

It takes an immeasurably pathetic existence to come on to an article about a movie most of y'all supposedly "hate" and complain about it. As evidenced by this film's financial intake, nobody gives a [frick] what any of you naysayers think. Let that sink in for a minute.
Teresa - 8/27/2014, 11:30 PM
I have watched Transformers 4 in the cinema but I'm still looking forward to the blu-ray one. Really fantastic movie. I always use Aurora blu-ray player and I hope it come soon.

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