While Raphael was conspicuously absent, his three homies in halfshells took to the streets of New York on Thursday.
Personally, I don’t care if the characters are aliens, mutants or stoned kids in Hallowe’en costumes as long as it all goes somewhere, means something and is done with good reason.
One lone report from CinemaCon in Las Vegas is reporting evidence that the Teenage Ninja Turtles are once again Mutant, and not aliens as had been previously planned.
There’s a chance that Arnett is playing an original role. Seeing as the Turtles are aliens this time, then I can see how Arnett might play an astronaut, perhaps. Or the president.
She’s playing April O’Neil, of course.
When it comes to picking cold blooded mutants, Elizabeth Olsen seems to be on the right track.
Everybody sing: “Not teenage not mutant Ninja Turtles, not teenage not mutant Ninja Turtles…”
This promo is light on ancillary characters but heavy with halfshells. And how about the voice over that, frankly, constitutes most of the info presented? That thing weighs a ton. But it’s the first trailer for the new Teenage Mutant …
Remember how Kevin Eastman was saying he’s been kept up to date on plans and prep for the Ninja Turtle feature that Michael Bay and Jonathan Liebesman are planning and how it was all looking groovy, that we had nothing …
The TV show and the film were up for discussion. And the toys.
Everything Paramount, under one roof.
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Bleeding Cool has verified that the working title of the upcoming Paramount-Nickelodeon Turtle movie from producer Michael Bay and director Jonathan Libesman is going by the working title of Ninja Turtles. We know all too well where the “Mutant” bit …
Original Turtle co-creator Kevin Eastman has taken to Facebook to express his acceptance of Michael Bay and Platinum Dune’s plans for the upcoming TMNT movie reboot. Here’s his rather upbeat missive: Hey Guys, Sorry to have been away for so …
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What does co-creator Peter Laird think of the recent Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle controversy? Seems like I’m not alone in wanting to know. Laird has blogged: I have had several requests from TMNT fans during this past week to comment …
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