New ‘Transformers: Age of Extinction’ Footage, Stills and Poster Feature Both Dinobots and Imagine Dragons
Michael Bay really loves big, scaly beasts, as he’s doubled down on the dragons in Tranformers: Age of Extinction, letting them not only act as steeds for the titular robots, but also write songs for his latest three-hour toy commercial*.
Wait…there aren’t any dragons actually in Imagine Dragons? It’s only a gaggle of bro-ed out white dudes? Far less interesting. Though also much more plausible. Could you imagine going to a concert where the whole band was comprised of fire-breathing monsters? It’d be the scariest thing this side of a Miley Cyrus show.
Paramount Pictures debuted new footage from Michael Bay’s Transformers: Age of Extinction during NBC’s “The Voice” last night, which was cut together into a promo for a song by the Los Lizard Boys called “Battle Cry”. The song is terrible, but the footage is actually kind of cool.
Finally, Den of Geek premiered the latest poster for Age of Extinction (which looks like something out of George R.R. Martin’s nightmares after visiting a Ford plant). Michael Bay’s newest ode to mass destruction premieres in 2D, 3D, and IMAX 3D theaters on June 27, 2014.
*And before you condescendingly correct me in the comments, Bill Nye, yes I know that there’s a difference between dragons and dinosaurs. I was also eight once.