Wednesday, June 18, 2014

More Bumblebee and Hound in Transformers: Age of Extinction TV Spot

Another new TV spot for Transformers: Age of Extinction, number 20 by CBM Trailers count which sounds about right. This one features more John Goodman as Hound, Bumblebee and some of the film's humor. Thanks to Feris O. for the link.

12 comments:

  1. I truly, truly, truly hope that silly moments like when Hound and B are dancing and when he claims he has a hernia are far and few between in this movie! Bay promised us a far more serious movie than the previous three and so far I can't say I see that. I WILL WITHHOLD JUDGMENT until I see that movie, just saying though. Also, I was hoping Hound would replace Ironhide as the serious, tough guy in the group, it would seem he is the exact opposite... he seems like a clown in all the trailers?

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    1. I think by serious Bay meant no more robot balls and simmons in his underwear...I think Bay will always do stupid shit like robots dancing and stuff like that...he can't help himself. I agree, there's no place for that crap...

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    2. "Bay promised us a far more serious movie than the previous three and so far I can't say I see that."

      Hey dude chill out, this is the first spot of 20 to show some silly humorous moment all the other spots were pretty serious. Look on the bright side it seems like the bots are having some characterization

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    3. Hernia? He said "I've Got To Hurt You NOW"....and come on it shows they at least have some PERSONALITY this time! Jeeze you guys are asking for a bloody christian nolan film chill the heck out! There's nothing wrong with a little humor with a movie designed at a toy which in turn is aimed at KIDS! Although this isn't an all out kids movie, they have to have moments to at least target a childrens audience. That and come on it is a bit humorous..sheesh.

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    4. Eaaaasy people... that's why I wrote in BIG CAPS that I will withhold judgment until I see the movie!!! Honestly, your are right though, your 100% right, I am looking for a Nolan (it's Christopher, not Christian) type movie. His and Zach Snyder's serious, no nonsense styles has not only totally changed the Batman and Superman franchises for the EXTREME better, but I feel as if all comic book/cartoon movies have been, "for the most part", influenced by them. Man I know your going to always have humor, that's cool, I enjoy a laugh. But Bay can get ridiculous at times and I just don't want the movies to be overshadowed by a super advanced mechanical alien doing the moon walk. I'm still grateful though for these films... no matter what the content is!

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    5. Haha... my bad, your right... he did say "I got to hurt you now"... wow, I was way off... I stand corrected!!!

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  2. I can't stand it...Hound looks, sounds and acts like an ass...John Goodman sucks...that goofy fat fred flintstone son of a bitch...he is going to ruin the character...He better bring the pain in this movie...

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  3. A BOO HOO HOO A BOO HOO HOO!!! crying already

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  4. whats this? autobots with lines other than optimus prime? impossible.

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  5. I was told by someone on set that Hound has 2 cannon balls hanging between his legs and he bends over and exposes them and accidently lets one fly and everyone holds there nose. Ha ha ha ha ha ha that's Bay for ya

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  6. Luis Cotovio6/27/2014 1:12 PM

    Guess he cut the dumb dancing scene at the last minute cause i just saw the movie and it wasn't in it. Andthough it is a bit on the long side and the plot make little sence, in the larger saga story, the story of the movie as a standalone in not too bad. And it does feel quite different from the other 3, even if visually its par for the course. :D Far from a masterpiece but a blast to watch. :)

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