Anthony Ramos meets Mirage in new clip for ‘Transformers: Rise of the Beasts’

The Autobots will be back on big screens across the US in less than three weeks Transformers: Rise of the Beasts. Ahead of the film’s June 9 release, IGN released an exclusive clip featuring both Noah (Anthony Ramos) and audience of the Autobot spy Mirage (Pete Davidson). The latest addition to the theater transformers The lineup has been hyped over and over again in the commercials, but this piece of footage gives a glimpse of Noah’s first encounter with the Porsche robot, as it transforms in front of its human companion.

The short clip begins with Ramos sitting in what he thinks is his car, but things quickly take a turn for the worse when a message from Optimus Prime (Peter Cullen) appears on the dashboard, ordering all Autobots to roll out. Mirage begins charging down the street with a panicked Noah trapped inside as they flee from the police and jump ramps. Before the police can catch them on the bridge, Mirage activates his powers to create illusions of the car to confuse the officer in their lane, leading them straight into a cordon. This whole sequence was hinted at in a previous TV spot, but this is where it all comes together as Mirage finds a warehouse where he can safely reveal his identity to Noah.

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Mirage plays an important role in this film as Noah’s direct link to the rest of the Autobots. Little is known about Noah’s role in the film other than that he’s a former military electronics expert desperate to support his family, but he’s sure to develop a close bond with Mirage over time as he goes to war with the Autobots , Maximals, Predacons and Terrorcons. As a reboot and reintroduction to the transformers Franchise, Rise of the Beasts will lay the groundwork for a new series of films that could see Mirage and Noah at the center of a war over the fate of humanity and the robotic species.

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A great threat awaits you Transformers: Rise of the Beasts

The war between the Autobots and their incoming animal-themed counterparts is just a worry for everyone. For his part, Ramos is excited about Unicron’s entry into the theatrical franchise. There is no greater threat transformers Canon as the reality-eating robot brought to life by an acclaimed actor Colman Domingo. Even if the threats are greater than ever, Rise of the Beasts will take a more human approach to the franchise full of robots in disguise. series producer Lorenzo di Bonaventure said Collider that the film was different Michael Bayis a blockbuster in part because it focuses on giving stronger character arcs to more than just the main human protagonists, Noah and Elena (Dominique Fishback), but to Optimus Prime and the other robots. Mirage is considered an important part of Noah’s storyline, as he not only helps in the fight against the Autobots, but also seeks direction for his own life.

Directed by Steven Caple Jr., Rise of the Beasts will see Luna Lauren VelezAnd Tobe Nwigwe Join Ramos and Fishback in live action. Ron Perlman will be Cullen’s counterpart as Optimus Primal Peter Dinklage, Lisa Koshy, Michelle Yeoh, Cristo Fernandez, John DiMaggioAnd Michaela Jae Rodriguez are also part of the cast of voices.

Transformers: Rise of the Beasts hits theaters on June 9th. Check out the clip from IGN below.

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