The Final Trailer For Transformers: The Last Knight Shows A Lot Of Action

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Paramount Pictures has released the final trailer for Michael Bay's Transformers: The Last Knight and there is a lot of action.

Whether you like it or not, the movie also retains the same type of humor and visual style that you should come to expect from a Michael Bay movie.

It's going to have a unique story since it tells us that the Transformers have been fighting along side and against humans for more than 1000 years.

They appeared during the King Arthur time period as well as during the time Nazi Germany were in power.

However, now in the present day it appears the evil Transformers will be invading Earth to take over.

For some reason, Optimus Prime is under their control and wants to wipe out Bumblebee and his former human friends. Sir Anthony Hopkins' character is the only one that knows about the secret long history of the Transformers.

The final trailer is quite long as over four minutes of footage has been released.

Thankfully, it doesn't contain that many major spoilers so it's safe to watch. It does spoil a few jokes, although it's more than likely even more jokes will be added into the final movie.

Grimlock on the other hand has been working in a car yard.

He will have to go into battle during the latter half of the film once the other Transformers arrive. Not to mention Bumblebee and the remaining Autobots will have to try and fend them off.

It's hard to tell how good the movie will be based off of the trailers. Hopefully it's more in line with the 2007 movie which is still the best one in the series.

The other three movies were too long and featured too many human character scenes. You can check out the new trailer below.

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