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Duo to add their voices to movie...

John Goodman and Ken Wantanabe have both been confirmed as late additions to the voice talent roster for Michael Bay's forthcoming robotic SFX-athon Transformers: Age of Extinction. Despite the fact that the movie's principal photography came to an end a long time ago now at this stage, the director has been on a constant lookout for the right voices to accompany the movie's new characters.

In Goodman and Wantanabe, Bay believes he's found two perfect additions for a lineup that is also said to include John DiMaggio, Mark Ryan, Reno Wilson, Frank Welker and Robert Foxworth.

Goodman will voice Hound, while Wantanabe will be providing the words for Drift, who had previously fought for the Decepticons.

Transformers: Age of Extinction is the fourth installment in Bay's Transformers series and the first part in an all-new trilogy. It opens in theatres on July 10th, and stars Mark Wahlberg, Stanley Tucci, Jack Reynor, Kelsey Grammer and Nicola Peltz.

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