During Hasbro's annual Investor's Day earlier this morning, the company revealed a promo image featuring the previously-released poster from Transformers: Age of Extinction, along with the main cast members including Mark Wahlberg, Nicola Peltz, Stanley Tucci, Kelsey Grammer, Sophia Myles and director Michael Bay. In addition, the company released the first photo of Kree-O's upcoming line of toys that will hit the shelves next year. Take a look at these photos, then read on for the latest plot details.
Hasbro representative Eric Nyman showed off 10 minutes of footage from director Michael Bay's highly-anticipated Transformers: Age of Extinction. Although no description of the footage has made its way online yet, Eric Nyman did give a few new plot details, revealing this adventure is millions of years in the making.
"In 2014 our great entertainment story continues. We deliver a full new Transformers story with the release of Transformers 4... 65 Million Years In The Making. You saw some of the footage this morning. Our great Autobot Heroes team up with... (he didn't tell who) and defeat new villains and save the earth."
Hasbro also announced that a new Transformers video game will be released in 2014. Transformers: Age of Extinction is currently shooting in Michigan, with the shoot scheduled to move to China later this fall.
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