SPOILER: TRANSFORMERS 4 Spy Photo Reveals Return Of Major Character
Yesterday, tfw2005.com, revealed that the title of Michael Bay's upcoming film might be Transformers: Age of Extinction, by searching the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Now, they've posted a spy photo with a major spoiler.
Transformers: Age of Extinction appears to be the title of the new Transformers film based on trademarks that Hasbro has applied for with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. They also came across trademarks listed under the video game section: under Video Game Category: "Spirits Rising," "Autobots Supreme," and "MEGATRON RETURNS." Clearly the last trademark is the one that is most interesting, as Megatron was killed by Optimus in the last film, Transformers: Dark of the Moon. To be more exact, Optimus smashed Megatron's head with an energy axe and for good measure ripped Megatron's head from his body. Now, a spy photo reveals that Megatron will be back for more punishment. Or, he'll become, Galvatron?
Photo Credit Evac167 (via tfw2005)
Starring in "Transformers 4" is Jack Reynor in the starring role of a race car driver. The talented and beautiful Nicola Peltz has been cast in the female lead role of Reynor's girlfriend. Mark Wahlberg has signed on to play Nicola's father Flynn Vincent. Sophia Myles will play a major role as a scientist. Peter Cullen returns as the voice of Optimus Prime, and Glenn Morshower reprises his role as General Morshower. Kelsey Grammer was recently cast as the lead villain named "Harold Attinger". Directors Guild of America DGA Award winner Michael Bay will return to direct his fourth installment of the film series from a screenplay written by Ehren Kruger.
TRANSFORMERS 4 will be directed by Michael Bay, from a script written by Ehren Kruger. The cast includes: Mark Wahlberg, Kelsey Grammar, Nicola Peltz, Stanley Tucci and Jack Reynor. Set for release on June 27th, 2014!
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