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TRANSFORMERS Projected to be Biggest Opening of 2014 to Date

June 29
10:46 2014
TRANSFORMERS Projected to be Biggest Opening of 2014 to Date

The new Transformers movie, Age of Extinction, opened this Friday, June 27, in 4,233 theaters. According to Deadline, it seems as though it will be the biggest opening of 2014 to date. As of last night, it was around the $98-100 million range. The opening will beat Captain America: The Winter Soldier's $95M earlier this year.

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The story takes place four years after the invasion in Chicago in the movie prior. The U.S. government has declared all of Autobots to be fugitives, and begins to hunt down and exterminate all remainingTransformers to prevent future conflicts with the machines. Mark Wahlberg stars as Cade Yeager, a robotics inventor who realizes his newly purchased truck is actually a damaged Optimus Prime.

The film features an entirely new human cast, including Wahlberg, Stanley Tucci, Nicola Peltz, Jack Reynor, and Kelsey Grammer.

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