'Transformers 4: Age of Extinction:' New PHOTOS of Grimlock, Hound, Lockdown, Bumblebee; 'Transformers 5' Release Date Revealed

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New Transformers 4: Age of Extinction images featuring Grimlock, Hound and Lockdown revealed.

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 A bunch of photos featuring the steely grit of the dinobots and autobots are out. The metallic exterior of Grimlock is seen breathing fire, Hound's hulking figure looks pretty intimidating, while Drift and the Bumbleebee look incisively sharp.

The release date for Transformers 5 has been set for some time in early 2017 according to reports.

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In a recent interview with Tformers on March 27, Mark Wahlberg revealed that he had signed on to do more Transformers films if Age of Extinction did well.

Wahlberg had also emphasized on the fact that Transformers: Age of Extinction was a stand-alone film, and could do without the previous films in the franchise. With an entirely new cast, Michael Bay seems to be taking things to the next level and, in some way, relaunching the franchise.

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Paramount's vice-chairman Rob Moore also championed Wahlberg's association with the action-thriller franchise, suggesting that he would be a major draw for fans.

"Michael Bay...is committed to making sure young audiences have a reason to flock back to your theaters," Moore said.

Adding up these details with the hope that Transformers: Age of Extinction will strike gold at the box office, Enstars can assume that Transformers 5 is definitely on and with the fresh take which now has a new face in Wahlberg, it seems the 42-year-old star is here to stay with them autobots and dinobots.

Transformers: Age of Extinction will release on Jun. 27 2014. 

Watch a trailer for the film here:

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