How Do These 17 Minutes of ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ Footage Make You Feel?

- 07-21-14Film Posted by Luke Gallagher


Chances are that if you’re an original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fan from the 80s and 90s, you are having a hard time accepting the new reboot produced from Michael Bay.  To be fair the “fans” of the original comics and the 1990 film were never going to be satisfied with whatever this movie was going to be.  The idea was to take material to another level for today’s youthful demographic and not just to appease overly-nostalgic fans. With that said, this latest behind-the-scenes video has the actors, doing what seems to be,  brainwashing audiences on “how awesome this movie is”. (more…)

Megan Fox Speaks! In the First Clip from New ‘Ninja Turtles’ Movie

- 07-17-14Comics, Film Posted by Adam A. Donaldson


If there’s been an overriding theme to all the trailers and videos relating to the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie so far, it’s been that Megan Fox doesn’t talk. Considering that Fox plays the highly pivotal role of April O’Neil, the Turtles’ first human friend, and ostensibly the main character in the film, that’s kind of weird. Now, I think we all know that when Megan Fox opens her mouth, controversy sometimes follows, so maybe it’s for the best that we haven’t heard April talk. Until now. In the first clip from the film, April talks about the unusual situation she finds herself in concerning New York’s newest heroes, and Fox gives it all of her somewhat limited acting ability. (more…)

***Update: Russian Trailer Hits – Help Unlock ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ New Character Posters & Trailer

- 06-24-14Comics, Film Posted by Mark Poynter


Three down and one to go! You can help reveal the last Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle character poster and unlock the new trailer. Click through to check out those posters already revealed and help get that trailer onto the Internet. (more…)

The ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ Get Their Own Documentary

- 06-11-14Comics, Film, TV, Videogames Posted by Jason McAnelly


I am pleased to report to our Nerd Readers and the world in general that there is a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie coming out that has nothing to do with Michael Bay. To celebrate their 30th anniversary (and, unfortunately, the release of Bay’s new movie), the turtles are getting their own documentary. Read on for the details. (more…)

Your First Real Look at Splinter & Shredder from ‘TMNT’ Reboot

- 06-02-14Comics, Film Posted by Adam A. Donaldson


A few months back, the trailer for the new Jonathan Liebesman-directed, Michael Bay-produced Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles remake was released, and instant fan reaction to the look of these rebooted Turtles was, ahem, not kind. What was missing from the equation was a real good look a the Turtles’ mentor Splinter, and their arch-nemesis The Shredder. Prepare to get your first, real decent look at the characters in the upcoming big studio feature. (more…)

‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ Drops a Second Trailer – Watch It NOW!

- 04-30-14Comics, Film, TV Posted by Jason McAnelly

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The inevitable release of the Michael Bay-produced incarnation of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is drawing near. And with it, the trailers are coming steadily along, one after the other. So today we have for you a second look at the movie (the first being released some weeks ago). Check it out and see if you feel any better about what the Hollywood Overlords have put together. (more…)

Co-Creator Kevin Eastman Talks TMNT Reboot & Cameo

- 04-25-14Comics, Film Posted by Mark Poynter


Everyone has an opinion about the latest Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle reboot being produced by Michael Bay. Love it or dreading it, fans need to vent and that’s one of the things the Internet is good for. TMNT co-creator Kevin Eastman has an opinion, and it might be worth our while to listen to what he has to say. (more…)

‘TMNT’ Posters Contain a Whole Lotta Fisting (Bonus Comments From ‘Turtles’ Co-Creator Peter Laird!)

- 04-08-14Comics, Film Posted by Jacob Knight


The marketing machine for the Michael Bay produced Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot rolls on, with four posters hitting the web today. They’re simple and evocative; featuring the weapons that each reptilian ninja wields in the face of Shredder’s faceless onslaught. Those looking some super weird visual slash fic may want to move on, as I only used that headline as a means to lure in the bigger weirdos who read NB on a daily basis. I’m like the Chris Hansen of comic book movie news. Have a seat…and let’s talk about your bizarre need to see green martial arts experts violate each others’ orifices.


‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ Screenwriter Andre Nemec Ain’t Buying Your Indignation, Bro

- 03-28-14Film Posted by Jacob Knight


This week, one of the biggest geek stories has been the release of the first full-length look at the Michael Bay produced Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film. For whatever reason, thirty and forty-year-olds began weeping about the “molestation of their childhood” (Jesus guys…), while those of us who can recognize the detriments of over-indulging in nostalgia simply shrugged and went about our day. Ignoring the infallible maxim “don’t read the comments”, the screenwriter of the latest take on everybody’s favorite pizza-chomping reptilian ninjas is speaking out about Bay & Co.’s  “vision” for the upcoming film.


Trailer For The Ninja Turtle Reboot Hits, You Might Want To Sit Down For This

- 03-27-14Comics, Film Posted by Jeremy R! Hudson


For the past year or more, fans of the beloved Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle franchise have been on an emotional rollercoaster. The Michael Bay backed reboot of the Heroes In A Half Shell has been met with a range of emotions from cautious optimism to blind nerd rage (ok, it is mostly the latter.) With the first trailer hitting the Internet today we should finally have the final answer on what this new iteration of TMNT will be, right?

Well, Will Arnett (who plays the wise cracking camera man to Megan Fox‘s April O’Neil) stopped by the TODAY show to give us a first look at the movies trailer. Oh, and he brought them pizza because prop comedy is still a valid art form.  (more…)