Transformers: Age of Extinction certainly isn't holding back on the amount of footage it wants to reveal before it hits theaters next weekend. A whole bevy of beautiful action-packed scenes have been released featuring never-before seen moments and plenty of awe-inspiring thrills from this Michael Bay directed chapter of the sci-fi saga. Watch it all now:

First up is a new character profile featurette that introduces us to Jack Reynor's Shane, an Irish racecar driver who has been living in the states since he was very young. He is trying to make it on the race circuit when a new war between the Autobots and Decepticons erupts, offering him a chance to put his skills behind the wheel to good use. He's not afraid to stand up for what he believes in, and he doesn't mind getting in the occasional fight, especially when it comes to tangling with is new girlfriend's father, Cade Yeager, played by Mark Wahlberg. You can check out new footage of the two actors behind-the-scenes as they roll in the dirt trading fisticuffs.

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Also in this latest set of videos is the second clip, which finds an excited Cade showing off his new find to his daughter (Nicola Peltz) and her friend (T.J. Miller). He calls them into the barn for a look at the truck he's recovered, which has suffered some very suspicious damage and is peppered with shrapnel. He hooks the burnt out husk to a working battery, and as the vehicle comes alive, it sends out a distress call to all Autobot. He doesn't think it's a truck at all. He thinks it's a Transformer!

Finally, we have 4 new TV spots, which chronicle the different subplots in the movie while teasing some very big action sequences. Kelsey Grammer demands to know the whereabouts of Optimus Prime while Stanley Tucci examines and researches the metal these otherworldly robots seem to be made of. Huge signage falls from the sky while Bumblebee takes on a massive spacecraft all by himself. The humans are hunting the Autobots as a new age begins this summer. Watch it all come together right now, along with more B Roll footage of director Michael Bay working his ass off on set to bring you one of the biggest movies of the year!

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