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.

USA Today and Empire also dropped a ton of new looks at the picture, from which I’ve cherry-picked the three best (you can head on over there to see the rest):




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.

Via: Coming Soon, Screen Rant

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