International TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES Posters Play Up the Action

     July 23, 2014


I want to lie.  I want to say I’m angry about director Jonathan Liebesman’s new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie.  But I’m not.  Even as a childhood fan of the somewhat violent Black & White comics I don’t feel violated.  I’m an adult now, and this is a movie about giant turtles.  And, that being said, it actually doesn’t even look that bad for a kids movie.  And a “kids movie” is certainly what these posters are selling.  Because one of them is a dramatic rendering of turtles plummeting away from an explosion.

In the new live-action iteration, a city is in the iron grip of Shredder (William Fichtner) and the Foot Clan, and it’s up to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, along with the help of reporter April O’Neil (Megan Fox) and her cameraman Vern Fenwick (Will Arnett), to stop Shredder and save the day.  Hit the jump to check out international versions of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles posters.  The film also features the voices of Johnny Knoxville and Tony Shalhoub and opens in theaters on August 8th.

Posters via IMP Awards and Coming Soon. Click to enlarge:



  • Grayden

    The first one feels very “ninja turtles” to me. Am still going to go see it because my inner child wants to see giant anthropomorphic turtles engage in ninjitsu against mindless thugs.

  • Old Soldier

    Down-Kay! Let’s kick some arse!

  • appolox

    So what do the good people of Collider think? Will this be a jolly fun time at the movies that we shall remember for years to come? Or an absolute train wreck of a trip to hell and back?

    • Mezmero

      The first one because this is the best we will get,it won’t matter because this will make millions around the world and Guardians Of The Galaxy might not hold two weeks.

    • Man pippy

      Jolly fun time, but connoisseurs of tmnt will be disappointed at a missed chance. Seems they had good intentions for the most part. Keep in mind tmnt property is incredibly idiotic, so it’s hard to make a film that isn’t campy.