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Transformers 4 Age Of Extinction Renders Revealed - Optimus Prime, Bumblebee and Grimlock

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Finally, it seems as though we have our first look at the Renders of Transformers: Age Of Extinction robots. Now, we know that there is quite a lot of Far Art circulating. But, if you look closely you can see that the Renders of Optimus Prime and Bumblebee are near identical to the Kids Costumes we saw not too long ago. Also, we get our first look at Dinobot Grimlock. (Cinema, Transformers: Age of Extinction)

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Septic  +   830d ago
OMG Pagani Zonda *drool*
InTheZoneAC  +   830d ago
OMG Pagani Huayra *drool*
StarWarsFan  +   827d ago
I really want to see how they fuse the Dinobots into the story-line and all.
aDDicteD  +   827d ago
yeah the dinobots are the ones i love to see in the next installment, i want to see how they look on screen.

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