New images from Transformers: Age of Extinction have been released.
Filming for the upcoming movie, the fourth in the live-action Transformers series, began earlier this year. It is scheduled for release in June 2014.
In another shot, Optimus Prime is seen facing a vehicle that looks like it has been ripped in two. Director Michael Bay is seen standing over Peltz in the fourth image, holding what appears to be a mechanical green claw.
Bay, who directed the previous three Transformers films, told Empire: "I'm feeling really good about this one, I love my cast. There's a huge scale to this but also a huge soul."
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