A high-speed chase with the police and Anthony Ramos’ first encounter with the Mirage are featured in a new clip from the film. Transformers: Rise of the Beasts. Director: Stephen Caple Jr. Transformers: Rise of the Beasts Heavily inspired by the Beast Wars spinoff, it is the seventh film in the long-running franchise. The upcoming sequel is expected to introduce many new Transformers, including factions such as the Predacons, Terrorcons, and Maximals, as well as a new human character in the form of Ramos’ Noah.


Now, ahead Transformers: Rise of the Beasts‘ release date next month, IGN shared a new still from the film, which showcases the sequel’s street-level action. Watch the new clip below:

The clip begins with Optimus Prime saying his iconic line, “Autobots, take it out,” which spurs Mirage into action. Snippets of Noah’s street race with the cops and Pete Davidson’s first encounter with Mirage were briefly shown in the film’s official trailer, but the new clip shows the sequence in its fullest yet.

Noah’s dynamic with Mirage will be crucial to Transformers 7

Anthony Ramos as Noah and Mirage in Transformers 7.

Although, in general, that’s all Transformers films focused on the ongoing war between the Autobots and Decepticons, the bond between the human protagonist and his Transformer vehicle has always been central to the franchise. The first movie Michael Bay’s Transformers 2007, centered around Shia LaBeouf’s Sam Witwicky and his developing relationship with Bumblebee. This dynamic continues until later Transformers: Dark of the Moon.

Transformers: Age of Extinction Sam was replaced by Mark Wahlberg’s Cade, whose relationship with Optimus is a major part of the film. In 2018, the dynamics of the human-transformer friendship will be explored further. Bumblebee, which takes a small-scale approach to the franchise, as Hailee Steinfeld’s Charlie fixes and bonds with the film’s titular Autobot. The main human characters usually serve as examples to the Autobots of why humanity is worth fighting for.

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Many questions remain about Noah and how he fits into the larger Autobot vs. Decepticon war, but he will ultimately be the vehicle that introduces audiences to the film’s universe. Noah and his budding friendship with Mirage will be an important part Transformers: Rise of the Beasts If this dynamic doesn’t work, the film can ring very empty. Although Transformers movies have always been about action, and the connection between humanity and this alien race of robots gives that action meaning.

Source: IGN

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