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Newcomer Jack Reynor Lands Co-Starring Role Opposite Mark Wahlberg In 'Transformers 4'

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Even though the trailer for his upcoming "small" movie "Pain & Gain" showed us the Michael Bay we forgot about -- fun, ridiculous, over-the-top, funny -- dude has sports cars to buy, so he's dully shooting "Transformers 4" next. Sigh. And Bay has been busy over the fall, testing various young things to take roles opposite Mark Wahlberg in the movie, and now he's found his new Shia LaBeouf.

The director announced on his website today that newcomer Jack Reynor has been cast. He's probably best known for his turn in the Irish film "What Richard Did," which opens in the UK this weekend (fortuitous). And yes, it's that film which convinced Bay he's the right man for the gig. We suppose this means the previous reports about Brenton Thwaites and Nicola Peltz being cast are erroneous, or perhaps unconfirmed at this point. (Cinema, Jack Reynor, Transformers: Age of Extinction)

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