Which Classic Characters Look Set To Appear In TRANSFORMERS 4?

Which Classic Characters Look Set To Appear In TRANSFORMERS 4?

JoBlo have landed a pretty big scoop. According to them, several fan-favorite characters from classic Transformers canon are set to pop up in Michael Bay's fourth installment in his movie franchise. Which ones? Well you get one clue in the thumbnail pic, you'll have to click on for more!

JoBlo reckon they've learned quite a few details about Transformers 4 from a source at a marketing event. Not only do they reveal which characters might be making an appearance, but also a little on how they'll factor in to the plot of the movie. So although this has to be taken as a rumor until official word, we've always found JoBlo to be pretty reliable so SPOILER WARNING is in effect from here on in.

That's right, folks, our source has confirmed that TRANSFORMERS 4 will feature none other than the famed Dinobots, including fan favorite Grimlock. No word on whether he'll retain his neanderthal voice, but one can only hope he does as that's a true staple of the character. One of the villains of the film will be a character named Lockdown, who has a ship full of decommissioned Transformers, including the dinobots, which are somehow brought back to life by a captured Optimus Prime. Prime is joined by returning autobot Bumblebee and at one point both characters (and potentially others) will "ride" the Dinobots into battle in Hong Kong (which fits well within the announcement that the film would film partially in China), with Prime on Grimlock and Bumblebee on a Pterandon, presumably Swoop.

Grimlock and the Dinobots? The Autobots riding Grimlock and the Dinobots into battle? And that's not all: They reckon the movie will also feature Autobot Hound, and that Megatron will be reborn as Galvatron! They also mention that we'll see a former "Samurai" Decepticon that wants to regain his honor and become an Autobot. There must be a few fans that are busting with excitement at the prospect of seeing all of that on the big screen, even if the general consensus is that Bay pretty much deliver a couple of steaming piles with the last two movies. What do you think? Sound off in the usual place.

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Mark Cassidy
Member Since 11/9/2008
Filed Under "Transformers" 5/21/2013 Source: JoBlo
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