Two ‘Transformers: Age of Extinction’ Behind-The-Scenes Featurettes

ET goes on set with Mark Wahlberg, Jack Reynor and other cast members. Watch the mayhem and the magic behind this fast-paced Michael Bay sequel.
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Two ‘Transformers: Age of Extinction’ Behind-The-Scenes Featurettes

Earlier this year, we showed you several videos and photos from the Detroit set of Transformers: Age of Extinction, which teased some of the intense action of this highly-anticipated sequel. Today, we have two videos from Entertainment Tonight's visit to the set, both in Detroit and Hong Kong, featuring explosive footage and interviews with Mark Wahlberg, Jack Reynor, Nicola Peltz, along with some of the new cars being featured in director Michael Bay's action-thriller. Find out more about one of next summer's biggest movie events, including what kinds of pranks were pulled on the set.




Transformers: Age of Extinction was released June 27th, 2014.

Sources: Entertainment Tonight

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  • themoviefanatic • 2 years ago

    @undeadslayer4 It could have been better like the first one and third one were, if they made a bunch of changes to the script before filming it.

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    • undeadslayer4 • 2 years ago

      @themoviefanatic ya i know exactly why this was bad optimus prime was killed off for most of the movie but other than that it wasnt that bad dark of the moon was completely different story was pissed me off that they killed iron hide why why did they do that i know why they had to do they but at least kill off a different character we dont care about

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      • themoviefanatic • 2 years ago

        @undeadslayer4 I don't think Iron Man 3 was bad at all, it was as good as the first movie was. As for Transformers: Dark of the Moon, It was lucky to not be another Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Which I almost walked out of the theaters, when I went to go and see Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen because it was just pretty much unwatchable.

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        • undeadslayer4 • 2 years ago

          @instead8909 except for fox

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          • undeadslayer4 • 2 years ago

            @themoviefanatic i disagree just like IM3 DOTM was horrible i understand why ROFT was bad but it was still a good movie

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            • themoviefanatic • 2 years ago

              @CoreyB I agree.

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              • themoviefanatic • 2 years ago

                @stefanos I'm not too sure about that though. The second movie movie was a mess all of over the place. The third movie made up for that and reminded me a lot of the first movie. There's just something that the second movie lacks that the first and third movies have, that I can't put my finger on it what it is exactly.

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                • instead8909 • 2 years ago

                  I do enjoy Bay's films and I look forward to seeing them, it's just the way he treats actors and everyone around him that I hate.

                  I would like to be in one of his films one day, just not two.

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                  • CoreyB • 2 years ago

                    @themoviefanatic@Alejandro-Jefferies Here's how i look at it...the first movie was legit good it was a good movie and had that Spielberg feel of huge blockbuster with a cool sci fi story! Bay did a good job. ROFallen was a confusing script to say the least, but if you enjoyed the first one as much as i did u still got all geeky over some of its cool moments...but all in all critics bashed it and in terms of a quality sci fi flick (which the first one was...it fell way below its intended mark.) I did like it tho. the 3rd film Dark of the Moon was much better than 2 and I actually thought the ensemble cast was a good choice (John Malcovich, Patrick Dempsey etc.) u know for some reason i just thought it worked haha. These movies are not to be for everyone well theyre of course intended to be and make a boat load of money but if ur an action fan and enjoy sh*t splodin good I have no problem w them. Hey more power to Bay and co theyre making Paramount a boatload of money and the whole world comes out to see these movies so hats off to em for making a fourth. Whalberg u hunk good luck filling Shias shoes...(im kidding of course Shia aint no Marky Mark kidddd)

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                    • CoreyB • 2 years ago

                      @themoviefanatic@Alejandro-Jefferies Here's how i look at it...the first movie was legit good it was a good movie and had that Spielberg feel of huge blockbuster with a cool sci fi story! Bay did a good job. ROFallen was a confusing script to say the least, but if you enjoyed the first one as much as i did u still got all geeky over some of its cool moments...but all in all critics bashed it and in terms of a quality sci fi flick (which the first one was...it fell way below its intended mark.) I did like it tho. the 3rd film Dark of the Moon was much better than 2 and I actually thought the ensemble cast was a good choice (John Malcovich, Patrick Dempsey etc.) u know for some reason i just thought it worked haha. These movies are not to be for everyone well theyre of course intended to be and make a boat load of money but if ur an action fan and enjoy sh*t splodin good I have no problem w them. Hey more power to Bay and co theyre making Paramount a boatload of money and the whole world comes out to see these movies so hats off to em for making a fourth. Whalberg u hunk good luck filling Shias shoes...(im kidding of course Shia aint no Marky Mark kidddd)

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                      • stefanos • 2 years ago

                        @themoviefanatic OMG are you serious!!!??? The third was the worst! At Least the second remain transformers movie,the third was lost the meaning of transformers,and the worst part,the soldiers shot the eyes of transformers and the transformers was blinded...OMG the transformers are very very stronger from one bullet!!! The meaning was lost...

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                        • themoviefanatic • 2 years ago

                          @Alejandro-Jefferies Honestly, I liked the first movie and third movie a lot. I thought both of those movies were great. But that second in the Transformers movie franchise was just Terrible!

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                          • Alejandro-Jefferies • 2 years ago

                            Hopefully this one's good. The Transformer's films have been going downhill since the second installment.

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