BOX OFFICE: TRANSFORMERS: AGE OF EXTINCTION Is Now 2014's Highest Grossing Movie

BOX OFFICE: TRANSFORMERS: AGE OF EXTINCTION Is Now 2014's Highest Grossing Movie

Paramount and Michael Bay's Transformers: Age of Extinction has now earned $752.M USD and is projected to hit the $1.25B USD mark before finishing up its run. Looks like we're headed for Cybertron and Unicron in the next installment.

Despite director Michael Bay and the film's producers insisting that they weren't entirely sure that Transformers: Age of Extinction would kick off a brand new Transformers trilogy, the box office tally will make it very hard for AOE to be a one-and-done venture. Current estimates project that the film will substantially surpass the $1 billion dollar mark before finishing its global run in movie theaters. The film's performance in China is truly impressive as AOE is soundly outperforming its domestic total here in the US. In fact, the film is still going relatively strong in the US and China and still has a number of foreign territories that have yet to release Michael Bay's fourth Transformers outing. Are you ready for Unicron?

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Mark Julian
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Filed Under "Transformers: Age of Extinction" 7/13/2014
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