A tweet from a producer at Platinum Dunes updates fans eager for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie news and let's them know when to expect even more details on the project.
I could definitely go for some more Turtles. My question is will this be live action or animated?
I hope it is Animated, otherwise keep the same dark visual style of TMNT, but translate it to Live Action.
Personally I'd like to see them take another kick at the can with a live action flick.
I would too. I rather enjoyed those movies when I was young.
I did too, except for the Vanilla Ice part lol
Go Ninja Go Ninja Go!
As far as I know, it's supposed to be live-action for the most part (only using the CGI for stunts/scenes a suit wouldn't work for). I personally cannot wait for this! I really hope it turns out well, and I'm eager for those details!
looks ugly man! and nasty too. but I'm sure it'll be 3D. Hope it has the original creators involve because it will never fail. Brothers Forever was DAMN amazing!
Is it just me or do they look like they are gang members?
they always were they were their own gang
True but this picture makes them look like some street gang.
heeell yes! i pray they do a great job like the original TMNT live action movie that came out either in the late 80s or early 90s part 2 and 3 started to get silly and cheesy but the 1st one was serious and great! i hope they stick to that original script and throw in casey jones please dont make it silly cause member the turtle comics of the 80s were they all wore red was violent as hell they were killing the foot soldiers not blowing up weak robots...I CAN'T WAIT DONATELLO!
bottom line is everyone that remotley cares about these 80's/90's remakes or movies are mid 20's and upwards unless u havent grown up they have to move with the times we expect semi adult movies not money spinners that are supposed to appeal to all age groups but still end up being childish because they know adults will have to pay to take children regardless
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