If nothing else, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows certainly looks wacky. The newest trailer doesn’t offer much in the way of “new,” but it is a solid reminder that Tyler Perry and Laura Linney are actually in this movie, and that is a thing we will never forget. On the more serious side of things (as if), Arrow’s Stephen Amell makes for a pretty cool Casey Jones. So there’s that.
Last summer, ThreeZero and Kevin Eastman unveiled a collaboration to create new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle figures. In the months since, a number of TMNT developments have gone down, including a crossover with Batman, Mondo's figures all becoming available, a new movie trailer (and figure line), and some potential video game leakage happening, too. But there's been radio silence from ThreeZero about the state of its planned collaboration with one of the Turtles' founding fathers.
This week, a new issue of Clutter (a niche toy/collectible magazine) broke that silence. In a new interview with Eastman and ThreeZero's founder/owner Kim Fung Wong, Clutter was able to share some of Eastman's concept art and give us our first look at the painted prototypes. While we've had a lot of different Turtle toys over the years, seeing how Eastman would interpret the characters today gives us a perspective on the characters we'd otherwise never have, even if they only will exist as toys.
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Back in 1990, at the height of their popularity, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles were guests for an entire hour-long episode of "The Oprah Winfrey Show."
We got our first view of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles a few weeks ago. There was no sign of Master Splinter in the first trailer though! Well, I guess they heard the internet's cries, cause in this trailer we get the first glimpse of Splinter!
We've seen a lot of images that were reported to be the "first look" at the 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' movie (including some Halloween costumes that were completely off), but last night the real deal appeared online. A few spy shots leaked to Reddit including your first look at Leonardo, Donatello, Raphael, Michelangelo and Shredder. And, you know what? They don't look horrible!
In a super 90's throwback outfit, this guy has an unopened VHS tape of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. If you watched that movie as much as I did as a kid, then you remember that Pizza Hut was a huge sponsor of the VHS tape. Well, somehow this guy got his hands on an unopened VHS of the movie, with the Pizza Hut coupons inside. See what happens when he tries to use the coupons in a present day Pizza
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Michael Bay will be producing the next venture into the live-action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles before moving on to direct the next Transformers movie. And he announced that they'll be aliens. So doesn't that kinda go against the whole "mutant" thing? Teenage Alien Ninja Turtles? See what ole Michael Bay has to say about it after the jump!
There's a fan-made trailer that doesn't look terrible. It seems to be a thing now to make stuff in that grittier reality based format(not that giant ninja turtles are realistic, but you get my point). Last year they did it with Mortal Kombat. Check out both of the trailers after the jump!