New set photos, video, and plot details for ‘Transformers 4’, including a Dinobots confirmation!

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Dinobots have been a hot topic surrounding Michael Bay’s Transformers 4. New set photos seem to confirm that the Dinobots will be included in the film — a first time for Bay’s four film franchise! We also have new set photos and videos showing the cast and crew hard at work filming scenes in Chicago’s Millennium park, as well as a major hint at what we can expect from the plot of the fourth Transformers installment.

Distinct dinosaur claw marks have appeared on the Transformers 4 logo being worn by cast and crew members working on location during the filming for the movie:

dinobots-logoDinobots are like the Transformers we know from the films, but rather than taking on the form of cars, they appear as dinosaurs or other prehistoric animals. They were an incredibly popular part of the Transformers animated stories and toy series.

In addition to the Dinobots logo, a new batch of set photos and videos have surfaced showing Kelsey Grammar, the film’s villain, and actress Victoria Summers, on set in Chicago. Director Michael Bay, as well as actor Stanley Tucci, can be seen in the photos, which appear to show a scene in which Grammar’s character, a government agent with a vendetta against the bots, is wearing a suit and carrying some sort of alien-looking device:

A number of videos from the set have also surfaced showing the filming of various scenes, including lots of explosions (what else would you expect from Michael Bay?), flipping cars, and a very interesting wall of hate-filled anti-Transformers propaganda posters, including ones stating “Remember Chicago” (after its destruction in the third film), potentially pointing to where the plot will be headed in Transformers 4.

Transformers 4 is currently in production and is set to hit theaters on June 27th, 2014!

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