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Ninja Turtles will be directed by Jonathan Liebesman ("Wrath of the Titans"), and produced by Michael Bay ("The Rock"). The script was written by Josh Appelbaum and André Nemec, based on characters created by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird. The cast includes: Megan Fox as April O'Neil, Alan Ritchson as Raphael, Noel Fisher as Michelangelo, Danny Woodburn as Splinter, Jeremy Howard as Donatello, Pete Ploszek as Leonardo, Will Arnett as Vernon and William Fichtner as Shredder. It lands in theaters August 8, 2014. »
Jonathan Liebsman’s upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot has been shrouded in controversy, thanks to the divisive casting choice of Megan Fox as April O’Neil and leaked details that suggested that the Michael Bay-produced project would be abandoning the “Teenage” and “Mutant” aspects of the characters and giving them an alien origin story. Needless to say, the movie is hotly anticipated, if only to see what Liebsman has done with the beloved heroes-in-a-half-shell and if he’s managed to not ruin our childhoods.
Despite production starting early last year, we’ve still seen absolutely no footage or even official images from the movie, something that’s going to change when Captain America: The Winter Soldier arrives in theaters on April 4th. According to producer Galen Walker via his Facebook page, the first trailer will debut in front of Marvel’s upcoming movie.
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- James Garcia
Production took place on director Jonathan Liebesman’s (Battle: Los Angeles) upcoming Ninja Turtles early last year, but we still have yet to see so much as an official image from that film. That is poised to change very soon, as producer Galen Walker has revealed on his Facebook (via Cs) that the first trailer for the film will debut in front of Captain America: The Winter Soldier when the Marvel film opens on April 4th. Not much is known about the plot of Ninja Turtles, but the titular turtles are being created using performance capture technology with Alan Ritchson, Pete Ploszek, Jeremy Howard, and Noel Fisher assuming the physical roles. Produced by Michael Bay, the cast also includes Megan Fox as April O’Neil, William Fichtner as Shredder, Danny Woodburn (Seinfeld) as Splinter, and Will Arnett in an as-yet undisclosed role. It’ll certainly be interesting to get a first look at this film, »
- Adam Chitwood
The Michael Bay produced and Jonathan Liebesman directed Ninja Turtles has been flying under the radar ever since inaccurate reports claimed that the quartet of turtles would be neither mutated or teenagers in the remake, with only a leaked bit of promo art and a few toy descriptions giving us any idea as to what we should expect.
It seems like a safe bet that the trailer will be released on or around the same date, while a poster and »
- Josh Wilding
If you're excited to see what the Jonathan Liebesman-directed and Michael Bay-produced Ninja Turtles movie is going to look like, the first trailer for it will be attached to Marvel's Captain America: The Winter Solider. That movie will be released on April 4th, so you won't have to wait much longer. I imagine the trailer will be released online earlier that week, so stay tuned for that.
- Joey Paur
Galen Walker, one of the producers on the upcoming reboot Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, took to social media last night to announce when we should be expecting to see a teaser. While he was at it, he inadvertently added fuel to those rumors that the film’s title will be shortened to simply Ninja Turtles before it’s release.
Here’s what he posted on his Facebook page:
So eager Ninja Turtles fans will get their fix when they go to see Captain America: The Winter Soldier this April. Then again, do announcements like these really hold water these days? Teasers tend to hit the Internet upon release anyway, so it’s not like the old days where seeing a world premiere teaser for an anticipated project was an added incentive to go see certain movies.
Regardless, now we know that April 4th will be our first opportunity to see the new Turtles in action. »
- Mario-Francisco Robles
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles trailer will debut on April 4, attached to prints of Captain America: The Winter Soldier in theaters. Of course, we may see it appear sooner online, but this gives fans even more incentive to see the latest Marvel adventure on opening weekend.
Once again, we're seeing the movie referred to as just Ninja Turtles. Is this the title? We may not know for sure until the trailer hits.
Little information has been released regarding the film, although it is known that the turtles will face their classic villain Shredder (Fichtner).
The Jonathan Liebesman-directed movie was originally moved from May 2014 to June 2014, and was later delayed again until August 8.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles creators reunite for 30th anniversary
Captain America: The Winter Soldier will be released on March 28 in the UK and April 4 in the Us. Watch a trailer for the film below: »
Although we are yet to get our first official look at the live-action reboot of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, we do have a better look at the Lego tie-in sets courtesy of Groove Bricks. “Turtle Van Takedown,” Big Rig Snow Getaway,” and “Turtle Lair Invasion” will all be direct scenes within the film while “Turtle Sub Undersea Chase” is a tie-in with the popular Nickelodeon series....
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is directed by Jonathan Liebesman (Wrath of the Titans) and produced by Michael Bay (Transformers: Age of Extinction), with Megan Fox (Transformers) as April O'Neil, Alan Ritchson (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire) as Raphael, Pete Ploszek (Parks and Recreation) as Leonardo, Jeremy Howard (How the Grinch Stole Christmas) as Donatello, Noel Fisher (Battle Los Angeles) as Michaelangelo, Danny Woodburn (Seinfeld) as Splinter, Will Arnett (Arrested Development) as Vernon Fenwick, and William Fichtner (The Lone Ranger) as Shredder. The film is »
- Gary Collinson
The Lone Ranger is a film of epic scope. Everything is larger than life. The characters, the set pieces, the costumes, and the makeup are all created to amaze. Spectacle is the point of a summer blockbuster, after all, but it can also be a film’s worst enemy. After its poor showing at the box office, the $215 million film is now best known as one of 2013′s biggest disasters. That stigma is a hard one to shake, and can often poison the perception of both the film as a whole and the individual accomplishments of the production.
Nobody knows »
- Lindsey Bahr
After a pair of edgy indies and a Palme d’Or to boot, Steven Soderbergh was given his first opportunity to bed down with the studio system and take advantage of the much deeper pockets that such an opportunity affords, but no one expected that under the watch of Universal the young auteur would make the polished and saccharine King of the Hill his first project. Adapted from A. E. Hotchner’s depression era memoir of the same title in which a preadolescent boy named Aaron is faced with the harsh realities of true poverty, Soderbergh’s first studio effort remains a wholesome oddity within a filmography that seems increasingly chameleonic, but rarely sentimental. After the subversion of Sex, Lies, and Videotape and the experimentalism of the bio-pic Kafka, the chances that his next film would boast the fluffiness of a made for TV afternoon special about how hard it »
- Jordan M. Smith
European crime drama Crossing Lines is getting a second life on Netflix. The series’ first season, which aired in summer 2013 on NBC, is now available on the streaming website. The series stars William Fichtner (Prison Break) as a disgraced New York cop who moves to Europe to head up a justice league that hunts down serial killers. Donald Sutherland also stars. The series made history last year as the first European series – it was produced by Germany’s Tandem Communications and Ed Bernero’s Bernero Productions -- to air on a major U.S. network. It also aired in Italy, France,
- Natalie Jarvey
Directed by Jonathan Liebsman, "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" opens August 8th, 2014.
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- Michael Stevens
Berlin — Olivier Courson, chairman and CEO of European mini-major Studiocanal, and Rola Bauer, prexy and partner of Studiocanal’s Tandem Communications, will deliver a joint keynote address at television mart MipTV in Cannes on April 8.
Under the title “Tandem/Studiocanal: European Sensibility — Global Appeal,” the keynote will highlight the companies’ international productions, and announcements of new productions for primetime programming worldwide. In addition, the keynote will cover how they are optimizing synergies and opportunities within Studiocanal.
Courson has built Studiocanal into a top European studio, among the leaders of feature film production, acquisition and distribution, and a leading international television studio with its acquisition of Tandem two years ago, and Red Production Company in December last year.
Among the many Studiocanal productions Courson has developed include: the Coen brothers’ “Inside Llewyn Davis”; “Non-Stop,” directed by Jaume Collet-Serra, with Liam Neeson, Julianne Moore and Michelle Dockery; “The Gunman,” produced by Joel Silver, »
- Leo Barraclough
Director: Tommy Lee Jones
U.S. Distributor: Rights Available
If we technically don’t include his two made for television films, this would be Tommy Lee Jones’ second, much anticipated outing — almost a decade since he delivered the exquisite The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada, a thinking man’s slow-burner Western where hardened faces (both genders) converge with justice served piping hot. Jones takes on multiple duties once again for The Homesman and his cinemtagrpaher happens to be the great Rodrigo Prieto.
Gist: Based on Glendon Swarthout’s novel, this is about a claim jumper and a pioneer woman team up to escort three insane women from Nebraska to Iowa. »
- Eric Lavallee
Our weekly round up of the latest stories from the world of screen superheroes, including Batman vs. Superman, Arrow, Constantine, Justice League: War, Son of Batman, Batman & Robin, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Captain America 3, Thor 3, Ant-Man, The Avengers: Age of Ultron, Thor: The Dark World, X-Men: Days of Future Past, X-Men: Apocalypse, The Fantastic Four, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and more...
So, Henry Cavill in Michigan and production reportedly set to get underway, we've finally found out who'll be playing Kal-El's nemesis Lex Luthor in Man of Steel sequel Batman vs. Superman. No, it's not Bryan Cranston, Mark Strong, Joaquin Phoenix, Denzel Washington, Idris Elba, David Ramsey or any of the other names plucked out of thin air these past few months, but rather The Social Network and Now You See Me star Jesse Eisenberg. "Lex Luthor is often considered the most notorious of Superman’s rivals, »
- Gary Collinson
Up until a few days ago, we had no idea what the turtles in Michael Bay's upcoming "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" reboot will look like. Then we saw several maquettes, then some concept art, and now we have a look at a few toys. The photo from a toy fair shows Raphael, Michelangelo, and Donatello. It's clear that they look drastically different from the cartoons, movies, and anything else we've seen before. Check out the photo below. "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" is directed by Jonathan Liebesman (Wrath of the Titans) and stars Megan Fox as April O'Neill and William Fichtner as Shredder. It's set to hit theaters on June 6th. Photo: (click to enlarge) »
Its been a rough week for Paramount Pictures as the first reveal of their characters in the Michael Bay produced Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot have come courtesy of maquettes snapped on set and leaked by a disgruntled employee. Then came the closer look as they will appear on screen, seen in a piece of promo art being used to sell the upcoming toyline. Now comes the action figures themselves, with a really nice, close-up look at Donatello, Raphael and Michelangelo. You can check out the photo, which features these three turtles in plastic form, giving us a really good idea what they will look like when they hit the big screen this summer.
Expect to see an official photo or teaser trailer released soon, as the studio has had a hard time pulling these off the Internet, and might be looking to do some damage control. Though, we don't »
Ninja Turtles will be directed by Jonathan Liebesman ("Wrath of the Titans"), and produced by Michael Bay ("The Rock"). The script was written by Josh Appelbaum and André Nemec, based on characters created by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird. The cast includes: Megan Fox as April O'Neil, Alan Ritchson as Raphael, Noel Fisher as Michelangelo, Danny Woodburn as Splinter, Jeremy Howard as Donatello, Pete Ploszek as Leonardo, Will Arnett as Vernon and William Fichtner as Shredder. It lands in theaters June 6th, 2014. »
The controversy spinning around the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles production has been all the rage since Michael Bay’s involvement nearly changed the face of everyone’s childhood forever. Origin changes, tremendous miscasting, and poor narrative decisions have plagued the production ever since its announcement, and Michael Bay is no stranger when it comes to creating trash productions of old source material. Although he’s not directing, instead sitting in the producer’s chair, it’s sure to keep haggling the minds of Tmnt fans around the globe.
But what’s been haggling our minds the most is what exactly the Turtles will look like. For months we’ve been teased sparse descriptions of their designs, hoping that they at least get the designs of the dynamic Turtle quartet right. To the surprise of most, even those who despise the production of the film (I myself included), leaked maquettes of their supposed final designs, »
- Ryan Nicholas Glenn
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