New TRANSFORMERS: AGE OF EXTINCTION TV Spot


By Amirose Eisenbach June 11, 2014


A new TV spot was released for Michael Bay's "Transformers: Age of Extinction". The clip showcases some brand new footage that hasn't been recycled in other clips we've seen thus far, which is always nice for consumers.

Regardless of whether you are excited or not for the upcoming film, you must admit that it was shot incredibly well and that the images are very crisp. Bay shot in native 3D on an IMAX camera and it definitely shows. Post-conversion 3D these days is the cheaper and standard method and it's refreshing when you can really feel the difference in quality.

Mark Wahlberg is taking over for Shia LaBeouf as the main protagonist of the film, with Nicola Peltz co-starring as his daughter, alongside Stanley Tucci and Kelsey Grammer.

Do you like the new TV spot? Let us know in the comments section below!

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