We only have a week and a half to go until one of this summer's biggest sequels finally obliterates movie theaters across the country. To celebrate Transformers: Age of Extinction and its imminent release, Paramount Pictures has released a whole lot of new footage starting with a fresh featurette. Meet our new hero Cade Yeager, as played by Mark Wahlberg. The actor shares his thoughts about Cade and his role in the wider Transformers universe.

This arrives with two new TV spots. The first finds Bumblebee showing off his dance skills, while the second has Optimus Prime amazed at the human talent on display this month during the World Cup. If that's not enough for you, there is also an extensive amount of B-roll footage which takes you directly on the set with director Michael Bay as he shows off his new found IMAX expertise, utilizing their latest camera for certain action-packed sequences that must be seen in the larger theatrical format.

Check it all out:

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Cade Yeager is a widowed father and struggling inventor. He's the dad of Tessa Yeager and disapproves of her dating boys. In Transformers: Age of Extinction, Cade must team up with Optimus Prime and the rest of the Autobots to help save earth from a new threat when the bounty hunter Lockdown comes calling for Prime's head. Will Optimus and Cade be able to keep a new war between the Autobots and Decepticons from tearing apart America? Or will they become soldiers in a new robot army, with man and Autobot standing side-by-side? Find out in theaters this summer.

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