After Paramount Pictures released a location photo of the cast and crew of Transformers: Age of Extinction, a new shot emerged on Michael Bay’s official website. It shows the 48-year-old director doing what he does best: blowing shit up!! Principal photography is well underway in Chicago, Illinois and Michigan on the latest Transformers movie as the action director shares with his fans what an average day at the office looks like for Michael Bay.
It’s not certain what’s going on in the scene Bay and his crew are shooting, but it’s most likely that it has something to do with big metal robots fighting other big metal robots, possibly Dinobots. Regardless, Bay makes film-making look really fun and exciting. Pictured with Bay is dolly grip John Murphy, while Andrew Cooper took the photo. Check out Bay’s website for a high-resolution photo of the image.
A few weeks ago, Paramount officially revealed the new sub-title for the fourth installment in the Transformers film series. Transformers: Age of Extinction points to an new era for the franchise, with the strong possibility that the Dinobots will be heavily featured. The studio also released the film’s first poster, which features a sort of fossilized Decepticon logo that also hints at the involvement of the prehistoric robotic aliens.