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The cast of the movie includes Mark Wahlberg as Cade Yeager, Josh Duhamel as lieutenant colonel Lennox and Isabela Moner as Izabella Paramount Pictures

A new video from Transformers: The Last Knight set has been released on the movie's social media page. The video teases a fierce chasing sequence featuring Bumblebee, some military trucks, and helicopters.

In the video, Mike Gunther, the movie's assistant director, spilled the details teasing a "big sequence" from its Arizona location. "This is the first time we are on the road," he told the camera. Director Michael Bay was seen taking charge of the scene while directing an order of explosions even as the vehicles are zooming fast on the road.

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A number of military vehicles can be seen rolling over several times on the highway with a couple of helicopters flying above them.

According to Movie Web, the synopsis of the fifth sequel of the live action franchise reads: "The Last Knight has Optimus Prime searching through the cosmos for the Quintessons, the beings believed to be responsible for the creation of the Transformers race."

Back home, Bumblebee takes charge to protect Cade Yeager (Mark Wahlberg) and his family from the Decepticons. The web site suspects a new alien threat will bring Lennox and Epps together to team up with the Autobots to deal with the looming threat.

Paramount Pictures is yet to release the first look of Optimus Prime but a billboard promoting the movie, featured the Autobot leader in a ferocious battle with a three-headed robotic monster. In Age Of Extinction, Prime went into the cosmos to search for the Creators to seek answers from them.

Previously, Bay released a few on-set images teasing "wicked action" scenes from the sets. The movie cast includes Isabela Moner, Josh Duhamel, Tyrese Gibson and Anthony Hopkins and will premiere on 23 June 2017 in the US.