New Transformers: Dark of the Moon Images, And Details From Michael Bay

Transformers: Dark of the Moon has been one of my most anticipated movies  this year (That's superhero related of course). Now that there are more details and the first image of  Sentinel Prime, you too should also be more intrigued to see Dark of the Moon July 1.

Below is a new image with Shia LaBeouf and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley next to a dirty bus, and it looks like they're either trying to sneak away from the government, or most likely the Decepticons (Possibly Shockwave himself).

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Sentinel Prime is the new Transformer in the film, he's not new to fans because he was in the comics, but hopefully he is introduced to average movie goers better then Jetfire was in Revenge of the Fallen.  
Sentinel Prime Toy

Sentinel Prime in Rosenbauer Panther airport firetruck form.

Here is MTV's Interview with director Michael Bay:
On the "Transformers" franchise being rebooted after the third movie:
"It still could be rebooted. Not with Shia. He’s turning grumpy in his old age. He’s like a little brother to me but I told him, ‘I’m never going to work with you when you’re older.’ [Shia said] ‘Why?’ ‘Because you’re just a grump.’ You put him on a wire and he turns into this evil monster. Other actors say, ‘This is really fun,’ he’s just the opposite."
On the breakdown for his 3-D shots, wishing he could shoot more on film, not digital:
"I was able to shoot about 60% native 3-D and then you’ve got maybe 15% of all digital shots that are in 3-D, the rest is converted 3-D close-up stuff. Digital, no matter what people tell you, it’s bullsh--. They say, ‘Oh, it looks just like film.‘ It doesn’t look like film, it never will."
On filming his craziest action sequence yet:
"We did one of the craziest things I’ve ever filmed which is these wingsuit guys [extreme base jumpers]. I’m like, 'I’m writing a scene for those guys.' We have this great scene where they fly between the buildings. We had to block off a mile and a half, they made turns around the buildings, very close, but the city [of Chicago] allowed us to do that. Jumping off the Sears Tower flying through the streets. That’s just unheard of."
On how he deals with misbehaving actors:
"With actors, it’s great learning form a guy like Sean Connery who has the greatest work ethic. When I worked with him on 'The Rock,' he would always talk about the young whipper snappers in Hollywood who misbehaved. Owen Wilson, great guy, I put him in 'Armageddon,' it was my third movie. He was an hour and a half late. When he showed up I put my arm around him, 'Hey Owen, how are ya?' 'I’m excited to do this,' [Wilson said]. I said, 'You’re an hour and a half late. You know what? Sean Connery was never late.' And he was never late again.
"I’ve actually been pretty lucky, there’s really no misbehaving on set. It is a long haul, you’re a family. There are tensions, you have good days, bad days, it’s not always perfect. It is tense. You have the light going down, you have the studio up your ass."
On his editing process, evolving from quick cuts to wider shots, and being touchy about criticism there:
"You know what, you should do a study on Paul Greengrass movies and mine… I was one of the first way back when to do 'Bad Boys' in a fast cutting style. I was one of the first to do the fast cutting style… I didn’t have a lot of money, I had nine million… almost no movies did that fast cut, I got a lot of shit for it. Now you look at action movies today, then you look at Paul Greengrass, they get nominated for an Academy Award for cutting so f---ing fast. My cuts, we should analyze, we should do a math test, take the same length of movie and see who has more cuts. I‘ll have less cuts, I guarantee you. It’s a stigma that sticks with me and it’s not fair.
"I get a little hot under the collar about the editing," he said with a smile.
New Posters and Banners(Click To Enlarge):


The image of them by the bus doesn't say much to me, but what does is the concept art of Sentinel Prime does it really gives us a good look at him and what we can be looking forward to see in theaters. The posters look great, well done so far Transformers team.  We can only hope the movie isn't as congested with story, characters, and comedy like the last one, and follows the lines much more similar to the first film (And one of the those steps has already been taken thanks to the removal of the annoying twins from Revenge of the Fallen).

What do you think of the new images? Are you excited to see Dark of the Moon in theaters?