Woah, the turtley tubular Total Film has got their ten toes on some triumphant motion posters, and we’re riding them like skateboards! Wooo! Wooo! Just in case you don’t know, the four heroes in four half shells are the stars of the Michael Bay-backed restart of the popular kids’ cartoon series and features Megan Fox’s. Michael Bay started this summer with the mega smash hit “Transformers: Age of Extinction.” But the king of bangs still has one film on deck, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
The clips for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles that have been released so far have had Bay’s signature over-the-top style, complete with heroic flare-ups, plenty of CGI and even more Megan Fox. Still, despite the poor reviews from critics, Bay’s “Transformers” movies have always made money, and there is no reason to believe “Ninja Turtles” won’t as well.
Now, gallantry of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, four new motion posters of the Ninja Turtles in action has smashed the web. These posters give fans their closest look yet at each turtle. The clips in these posters may be short, but there is just enough to give fans a indication into the personality of the turtles. In these clips you’ll see Donatello’s smartness, Michelangelo’s jocularity, Raphael’s callous smudge and Leonardo’s guidance aptitude. The movie has been critiqued ever since it was announced a few years back, but these clips should be a long way towards easing the mind of “Turtles” fans.
In addition to Megan Fox as April O’Neil and William Fichtner as Shredder, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles also features the voices of Johnny Knoxville and Tony Shaloub as Leonardo and Splinter respectively. Pete Ploszek, Alan Ritchson, Noel Fisher and Jeremy Howard provided the motion-capture acting for Leonardo, Raphael, Michelangelo and Donatello, but outside of Knoxville, no voice actors have been confirmed for the other parts yet.
Even though the “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” is a recognized property, Paramount is playing things more conservatively with a reported $125 million budget, which is considerably less than “Transformers: Age of Extinction.” It’s likely that the budget will increase for a sequel if the original performs well at the box office.
To take a closer look at the movie, visit the official IMDB page.