William Fichtner Talks TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES; Says “It’s Not Like Any TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES You’ve Seen Before”

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fans should probably start preparing for the upcoming live-action movie to be radically different from the property they know and love.  That doesn’t mean the movie will be bad, but it will likely be controversial among fans.  In a recent interview with the great William Fichtner, who will play the Turtles’ arch-nemesis Shredder, he says “It’s not like any Mutant Ninja Turtles thing you’ve ever seen before,” and that’s just the tip of the iceberg of what to expect when the film comes out next year.

Hit the jump for more about what Fichtner had to say, but be warned that some of his comments could be considered spoilers.  The film also stars Megan Fox, Danny Woodburn, Alan Ritchson, Pete Ploszek, Jeremy Howard, Noel Fisher, and Will ArnettTeenage Mutant Ninja Turtles opens August 8, 2014.

shredder-foot-clanSpeaking to Flicks and the City [via CS], Fichtner elaborated on what will be different about the reboot:

“It always had sort of a bouncy cartoon feel to me, which is great, that’s why it was appealing.  That’s not this movie….It’s not like any Mutant NInja Turtles thing you’ve ever seen before. It’s freaky, they’re cool, and they’re mutants and they look awesome. It’s tough and it’s going to be really, really great.”

I really hope one of the Turtles says in the grittiest voice possible: “Cowabunga”.

Fichtner, who has signed a three-picture deal, also went into some detail about Shredder:

“Well I play a guy named Eric Sachs and we find out that Eric Sachs is somebody else too. I can’t give away too much in the story but I can tell you that who Shredder is in the telling of this Turtles is unlike any telling of the story before. His connection and relationship to the turtles is a bit surprising and for an actor playing it, the backstory, which comes out in this film, is really intriguing…We made some changes while filming that I thought are just awesome.”

While it’s clear that fans should (for better or worse) expect the unexpected, Fichtner says Shredder will at least have his armor.

A lot of people have a franchise or property they loved as a kid, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was mine.  Never underestimate the power of a catchy theme song, a love of pizza, and a wisecracking six-foot tall turtle who uses sais as a weapon.  That being said, I’m not precious about the material, and I’m curious to see what director Jonathan Liebesman has created.

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  • Kevin

    I heard the cartoon is really good. I’m sure this will be terrible, yet entertaining.

    • Kain

      You “heard” the cartoon is good? Are you kidding me? Where have you been living until now?

      • Kevin

        I was a fan as a kid, but not anymore. I’m pretty sure there’s only been one season so far, so I doubt I’m the only one who has missed out so far.

    • MIXTER

      New toon is pretty good. The actual Turtles are fantastic, story arc with the Krang and Shredder is decent, but it does suffer some lame villain of the week. But the original 80s series had many of the same villains. Its great when it homages the 80s toon. Some thought has gone into this show. Even has the 80s theme tune as one of the Turtles phone tones. Classy!

  • Kevin

    I heard the cartoon is really good. I’m sure this will be terrible, yet entertaining.

  • AdeoAdversary

    I’m really not sure about this. I’m down for Fichtner as the Shredder and some Avatar like Ninja Turtles, but the original live action movie was pretty sweet, and surprisingly serious and entertaining–entertainment factor multiplies by a few times if your eating pizza, and your high.

  • AdeoAdversary

    I’m really not sure about this. I’m down for Fichtner as the Shredder and some Avatar like Ninja Turtles, but the original live action movie was pretty sweet, and surprisingly serious and entertaining–entertainment factor multiplies by a few times if your eating pizza, and your high.

  • Farrell

    “It’s not like any Mutant Ninja Turtles thing you’ve ever seen before…”

    I think that’s because you’re a white man paying a Japanese character named Oroku Saki.

    Fuck this movie.

    • Kevin

      Eric Sachs.

      • Guest

        you missed the point on that one dude. eric sachs didnt exist until this movie, which is why its stupid

      • Kevin

        Being different is not necessarily stupid

    • Andrew M. Henderson

      So Farrell,

      I can only assume you also take great umbrage with the new Johnny Storm being black?

      • Nerdgasm

        That hasn’t been announced yet and in fact he said that he had never actually been talked to about it . But as long as Invincible woman is black too then I have no issue BUT if they aren’t siblings that ruins their connection and relationship cause when that rumor came out Johnny Storm was going to be black and IW was gunna be white and that doesn’t work for me cause that changes the characters. OHHHH and P.S your kind of a dickhead bud for assuming that it was racial intentions from Farrell…Don’t be a dickhead.

      • Andrew M. Henderson

        1. Actually, yes, it HAS been officially announced. http://comicbook.com/blog/2013/10/18/michael-b-jordan-reportedly-cast-as-human-torch-in-fantastic-four-reboot/

        2. I couldn’t care less if you have issue with it or not. But if Farrell didn’t, then it makes him a hypocrite. The original Shredder is Japanese. Fincher is not. The original Human Torch is white. Jordan isn’t. Same thing. Either you’re okay with character change or not.

        3. How can the intentions not be racial when the sole point of his comment is how Fincher is white and the character originally isn’t?

        4. Thank you, come again.

      • Nerdgasm

        LOL. “Officially?” Jordan himself nor the studios haven’t released ANY statement. A rumor from a cousin of a dude that he once fucked thats on the inside isn’t OFFICIALLY ANNOUNCING IT … wtf? How stupid are people these days? dunce in a half shell here. And all I am saying is he’s a purist. Doesn’t make him racist so don’t make him out to be one specially when it comes down to characters that AREN’T FUCKING REAL. It’s not a big deal. be smarter please.

      • Nerdgasm

        LOL. “Officially?” Jordan himself nor the studios haven’t released ANY statement. A rumor from a cousin of a dude that he once fucked thats on the inside isn’t OFFICIALLY ANNOUNCING IT … wtf? How stupid are people these days? dunce in a half shell here. And all I am saying is he’s a purist. Doesn’t make him racist so don’t make him out to be one specially when it comes down to characters that AREN’T FUCKING REAL. It’s not a big deal. be smarter please.

      • Farrell

        No, because race isn’t integral to the character of Johnny Storm. He’s an American with an anglo name, that’s it. There are plenty of black americans with anglo names as well. You can keep the character’s name and regional background without changing anything but his skin color.

        Oroku Saki is specifically a Japanese character. As far as I know, there are no white men with Japanese birth names. To cast a white actor, you’d have to change the character’s name and regional background. It’s a major change.

        It also speaks to the greater problem of Hollywood’s widespread history of whitewashing films that come from ethnic backgrounds and characters. They have a pretty terrible habit of taking ethnic properties and casting them with white actors…not even to be brave or daring, but simply because “white” is the standard in Hollywood…they do it without a second thought.

        The major problem with whitewashing is that it takes acting roles from already underrepresented minorities in the film business who would benefit from ethnic properties. White actors have no problem getting roles (unless they suck)…90-95%% of all lead roles in Hollywood movies are white males. But ethnic actors generally have to scour for scraps from Hollywood’s table. So excuse me if I roll my eyes at people bitching about ONE black actor taking on a white character, when there are dozens and dozens of examples of the opposite happening and NOBODY EVER COMPLAINS.

        Did you complain when they cast Jake Gyllenhal as a PERSIAN in Prince of Persia? Did you complain when they cast a bunch of white actors as the INDIAN characters from Avatar The Last Airbender? Did you complain when they cast Jennifer Connolly as what was supposed to be John Nash’s HISPANIC wife in A Beautiful Mind? Did you complain when they cast Angelina Jolie as BLACK/DUTCH Mariane Pearl in A Mighty Heart? I could give at least 20 more examples that I know of. The sad part is that besides Prince of Persia and Last Airbender, these are REAL PEOPLE who’s memories were betrayed by white casting, and most people didn’t give a shit…Johnny Storm is a fictional comic character and every white fanboy on the internet is trembling with rage.

        Sickening.

      • Trollhunter

        well said. Glad you hit on the larger issue of the Hollywood approach, especially being a Michael Bay film, who lets face it, makes America “is great” adverts & propaganda, it will be no different with him in the producers chair with this “turtles” movie. There are many fine Japanese actors who could have done a great Shredder, same with Splinter to be honest, an american has been cast for him to, complete joke! And aside from the harsh whitewashing, it means they are screwing with mythology, mythology that has helped the Turtles legacy to stay strong. I mean it interferes with the simplest of logic within the story, its how the Turtles learn ninjutsu, learn it from a master teacher …from Japan!!!! Who also has history with Shred…..uuurrrghhh, it annoying!

        But of course as always there are idiots who don’t car about any of this…

      • Nerdgasm

        Technically speaking the new story line for TMNT isn’t our of Japan anyways and none of the characters have Japanese or American ties except for that the story takes place in NYC. Everything is Alien based and from an early cut of the script it seems that Shredder is also involved with that. So in that case the only thing that is remotely japanese is the “Ninja” part.

      • Andrew M. Henderson

        Yep…just as I figured. A massive hypocrite. Johnny Storm is SPECIFICALLY a white character as well. He’s always been depicted as one. Trank is CHANGING his character to black just as Bay/Jonathan are CHANGING Shredder to white. It’s not different. Not even a little. We’re not talking about making The Black Panther white, here. We’re talking about taking a character who happened to be Japanese and making him white. That is immutably no different than taking Johnny Storm and making him white. Personally, I have no problem with neither change. But for you to take umbrage with one and not the other is nothing short of being a massive hypocrite with an underlying agenda.

        P.S.,

        You do realize Japan/China are remaking many American Films (such as the Cohen Bros “Blood Simple”) and “Yellow Washing” them. But let me guess…no qualms there. Take your white guilt to the local community college.

      • Nerdgasm

        You realize that you are sounding more and more like an idiot right? There was no “UNDERLYING AGENDA” with what he said. He simply states that changing the race of Johnny Storm doesn’t REALLY change his character.. as I also said. The only thing that anchors Johnny’s character is his connection to Sue and him being hotheaded. As long as Sue is Black [Cause they need that connection and if they don't the character is moot.] and he’s cocky and arrogant then hell it does nothing. Johny’s character doesn’t suffer from his skin color. SHCREDDER on the other hand is a master of many martial arts, his name is Japanese, his costume is taken from mythical Japanese lore and I can keep going. His character is anchored in everything that is JAPAN so having a white guy play him is plenty odd. So I would say making Shredder White is just as controversial with his background as a character as making Black Panther White.

        Now a piece of the script that I saw and knowing where it came from I am trusting it was an actual piece [Whether it's from the bible script or a past edit I have no clue I will say that.] The only REAL connection to original mythos that this movie is planning to play on is it happens in NYC and Ninja is still in the name though it’s used very loosely as also from this same source he says the fighting techniques are very wide ranged and steal from every type of fighting style they could smash into a single character from all over the world making the origins of the turtles, splinter and Shredder more ambiguous as the Turtles are not actually from Earth. IN this case one could play the NERD card and say that this isn’t of the universe we all know and is a different walk of events making it okay for Shredder to be white, with a different name and different origin in which case this argument is dumb, childish and retarded as FUCK.

        On the flipside Mr. Henderson. You evil ginger you. You baited a perfectly normal and what I can suggest is probably a nice human being [No I do not know him, but neither do you and I always start off by thinking a human to be a nice and gentle person until they prove me wrong.] into a subject he had nothing to do with by bringing up something he never suggested. Johnny Storm or any other race change was here. His points were valid cause he was JUST TALKING ABOUT SHREDDER but you felt the need to bring in Johnny Storm why? instead of taking on this argument head on you decide to flip it and call him something he’s not. he said he takes no qualm if Johnny is black and you fire back with calling him a racist when it seems your using of terms like “Yellow washing” makes you the racist.

      • Nerdgasm

        Not to mention that I only really state the original Comics as the Turtles that I love and enjoy. The cartoon is borish and extremely dumb I didn’t even like it as a kid. the movies were all dumb and killed what the original comics were ever about. I did enjoy the animated movie but even that was a bastardization of the comics. That being said Shredder isn’t a big part of the comics and dies in the first arch and is brought back in several incarnations (A clone – which also happens in the first issue, A shark, a random dude and eventually as Shredder again but is easily beaten.) he is a blip on the turtle RADAR that is more so to bring Splinters story to a close and when he’s gone he’s not really missed cause Splinters story is done and we can get on with the Turtles. People who say that SHREDDER IS TO TMNT AS JOKER IS TO BATMAN are not correct in the slightest. He was their first villain but he didn’t last long and he wasn’t ALWAYS AROUND that being said I don’t really care that they are changing a very minor character to either make sense to him sticking around as the main villain for several movies or what ever. Shredder isn’t important to me. As long as the Turtles are more true to the comics than the cartoons i’ll be happy… but that won’t happen so.

      • dont care

        And yet, if this was a made for tv release they would shoe-horn in every friggan racial stereotype they possibly could… meh.

      • Farrell

        No, because race isn’t integral to the character of Johnny Storm. He’s an American with an anglo name, that’s it. There are plenty of black americans with anglo names as well. You can keep the character’s name and regional background without changing anything but his skin color.

        Oroku Saki is specifically a Japanese character. As far as I know, there are no white men with Japanese birth names. To cast a white actor, you’d have to change the character’s name and regional background. It’s a major change.

        It also speaks to the greater problem of Hollywood’s widespread history of whitewashing films that come from ethnic backgrounds and characters. They have a pretty terrible habit of taking ethnic properties and casting them with white actors…not even to be brave or daring, but simply because “white” is the standard in Hollywood…they do it without a second thought.

        The major problem with whitewashing is that it takes acting roles from already underrepresented minorities in the film business who would benefit from ethnic properties. White actors have no problem getting roles (unless they suck)…90-95%% of all lead roles in Hollywood movies are white males. But ethnic actors generally have to scour for scraps from Hollywood’s table. So excuse me if I roll my eyes at people bitching about ONE black actor taking on a white character, when there are dozens and dozens of examples of the opposite happening and NOBODY EVER COMPLAINS.

        Did you complain when they cast Jake Gyllenhal as a PERSIAN in Prince of Persia? Did you complain when they cast a bunch of white actors as the INDIAN characters from Avatar The Last Airbender? Did you complain when they cast Jennifer Connolly as what was supposed to be John Nash’s HISPANIC wife in A Beautiful Mind? Did you complain when they cast Angelina Jolie as BLACK/DUTCH Mariane Pearl in A Mighty Heart? I could give at least 20 more examples that I know of. The sad part is that besides Prince of Persia and Last Airbender, these are REAL PEOPLE who’s memories were betrayed by white casting, and most people didn’t give a shit…Johnny Storm is a fictional comic character and every white fanboy on the internet is trembling with rage.

        Sickening.

    • Pimpy

      If you were Japanese and were to read ‘Eric Sachs’, it’s actually almost ‘Oroku Saki’.

      • Das Racist

        DAS RACIST!!!!

    • Pimpy

      If you were Japanese and were to read ‘Eric Sachs’, it’s actually almost ‘Oroku Saki’.

  • MIXTER

    I love the Turtles! But, I am wary when they change things up too much, when making a film, the creators think theyre being clever with making a change (Mandarin for example) in hindsight the only fix for a mistake is another reboot.

  • SomeGuy

    If it avoids cartoonish zing-pow-boom action and is remotely dissimilar to the Transformers live-action series, then this may be entertaining. Though, it probably won’t be that good. Here’s to hoping that it will beat expectations… :?

    • Kevin

      I wish they were making it cartoonish. Why does everything have to be serious now?

      • SomeGuyAgain

        I never said I wanted it to be serious. After all, how could one make a serious film headlining four mutated turtles?

  • The Flobbit

    Honestly, how did this crap ever get greenlit? This will flop and die hard.

  • YodaRocks

    I hope they make April (Megan Fox’s character) a kick-ass babe like in the new animation movie and unlike the April in the old animation series.
    Having said that, I feel the old animation series was one of the best series I had ever seen and I can’t wait for this movie.

  • http://www.patuniverse.com/ PATuniverse.com

    They better not fuck this up…

    • trollhunter

      id lower those expectations then, as low as they can go

  • http://www.collider.com/ DNAsplitter

    I hope this turns out great as I love William Fitcher. And sorry to be the one to say this but I was glad that Michael Bay got involved with this. He brought a franchise like Transformers, a series that was originally designed by toy makers and then later created into stories to sell to kids, into a something that was fun and watchable (at least the 1st and 3rd films). I grew up watching Ninja Turtles and loved the 1st film (hated the 2nd and 3rd) so this really seems to be an area that he could definatley do justice with his production company. Between the budget and casting I think he might suprise people with how great it might be. I’ll hold out any negativity until the 1st trailer.

    • Trollhunter

      No, Transformers was FINE before Bay came along and got his shake cam hands on it thank you very much. The 80′s animated movie got it right.
      What Bay did, was turn it into charmless, trashy adolescent violence, with crass humour and awful pacing and worst of all…the films were not aimed at kids, they were aimed at older teenagers who love Call Of Duty and have started to read lad mags ;) Pacific Rim got the tone bang on for that kind of film, Bay could learn loads from that film.
      So call me a “hater”, give a shit, but screw this film and screw Bay, the guy is a robot himself, soulless and cold!

      • http://www.collider.com/ DNAsplitter

        If they made the movie in the vien of the 80′s cartoon it would have crashed and burned. Just as the movie did back in the 80′s. It’s appeal would have been to people with nostalgia for the series and nothing more.

  • D

    I’ve seen the shredder outfit for this movie. Not pleased. Get ready for an “Ironman”/Silver Samurai style shredder.

  • cast

    why do people care what changes are made…. it was a nice cartoon 20 something years ago, not some award winning piece of literature that has influenced all the world with its brilliance….. relax people, itll come out and be gone by years end, just like every other movie…. dont like what hollywood does? then figure out how to do it better, or go away and keep your crappy frigid fanboy egos in your moms basement…. just breathe and remember that it was a cartoon that appealed to you when you were just an amorphous collection of stimulus response, and looking back at that same cartoon now, it is unwatchable, and or mediocre at best….. fanboys are like a disease that the rest of us dont even know or care about… and good thing, you dummies would have had wolverine in yellow spandex, denied heath ledger the best performance in CBM history, and would have had superman played by Hamm….? seriously… jon hamm….. come on….

    • Cool Kid in the Basement

      You know someone is smart when…they like to use ellipsis instead of a period…changing the source material…Jonathan Liebseman…Michael Bay…equals probable disaster…parents basement insults…you must be cool…what’s your favorite Liebesman movie Goldberg???

      • cast

        you mad bro?

    • MITIOR

      Thank you, it felt good reading this. My thoughts exactly.

    • MITIOR

      Thank you, it felt good reading this. My thoughts exactly.

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  • Mellie

    THIS IS JUST A BULLSHIT PLUG …..he said nothing of any interest ….all he did just now was promote the movie with CLICHE sales pitch talk…..FUCKING BORING.

    nothing but a fucking toy movie but the nerds will make it a hit……and the common folk who live in shopping mall video game culture.

    we need a new movement of filmmakers ……someday….

  • intel247

    If they are all about making the turtles more grit like in the first comics I am all for it, my thing is at least do it justice and have the turtles dicing up enemies with the occasional cuss word. I would try to go a hard PG-13 if possible.

    • intel247

      Now with Bay at the helm, I highly doubt we will get that.

  • Mark

    Let me simplify this….the Mandarin in Iron Man 3, was not south London, he was Chinese. Kingpin from Daredevil (with all due respect to Michael Clarke Duncan) was white, not black, just as Shredder was Japanese. Changing the characters to ease cinema goers into their seats and simple minds…could also be classified as racist, depending on how you look at it.
    Or how about stop using the word racist, and just acknowledge the truth, that Hollywood is fu@%ing with source material that generated the revenue for it to be a success in the first place.
    I would be just as wound up if Keanu Reeves, Brad Pitt, or Mat Damon, were cast as Blade, or Luke Cage, or Tombstone. Not because they are white, BUT THE BECAUSE THE CHARACTERS WERE IMAGINED TO BE BLACK IN THE FIRST PLACE. Get it into your heads you mindless drones, and stop thinking that people are going to respect you for letting them know ‘how much you hate racism’, nobody is going to give you a round of applause.
    Jamie Fox gets away with it because he is playing a different version of Electro, so does Halle Berry because she is playing an alternate version of Cat Woman (even though its crap, and the stunt double is male).

    • Nerdgasm

      You’re an idiot. Plus Sir Ben Kinglsy is half Asian Indian and if you look at his normal skin color (Not done up in make up) and his facial features the Asian Indian part of him is pretty darn dominant. Don’t go onto IMDB and look at Birth places and act like you’re smart. For instance Charlize Theron was born in South Africa… she isn’t what the American public think when you say African not to mention shes of dutch and German descent. and if you were quipping about Mandarin having that accent in the movie… obviously they weren’t playing to the GREATER PUBLIC and made a very conscious and diliberate and creative decision being as he wasn’t actually the Mandarin in which you should have said instead of “He’s no south London.” but “he’s not cambridgeshireian” < see anyone can go on IMDB and act like they are smart. (get it? Cause Pearce was actually Mandarin)

    • Nerdgasm

      You’re an idiot. Plus Sir Ben Kinglsy is half Asian Indian and if you look at his normal skin color (Not done up in make up) and his facial features the Asian Indian part of him is pretty darn dominant. Don’t go onto IMDB and look at Birth places and act like you’re smart. For instance Charlize Theron was born in South Africa… she isn’t what the American public think when you say African not to mention shes of dutch and German descent. and if you were quipping about Mandarin having that accent in the movie… obviously they weren’t playing to the GREATER PUBLIC and made a very conscious and diliberate and creative decision being as he wasn’t actually the Mandarin in which you should have said instead of “He’s no south London.” but “he’s not cambridgeshireian” < see anyone can go on IMDB and act like they are smart. (get it? Cause Pearce was actually Mandarin)

  • Mark

    Let me simplify this….the Mandarin in Iron Man 3, was not south London, he was Chinese. Kingpin from Daredevil (with all due respect to Michael Clarke Duncan) was white, not black, just as Shredder was Japanese. Changing the characters to ease cinema goers into their seats and simple minds…could also be classified as racist, depending on how you look at it.
    Or how about stop using the word racist, and just acknowledge the truth, that Hollywood is fu@%ing with source material that generated the revenue for it to be a success in the first place.
    I would be just as wound up if Keanu Reeves, Brad Pitt, or Mat Damon, were cast as Blade, or Luke Cage, or Tombstone. Not because they are white, BUT THE BECAUSE THE CHARACTERS WERE IMAGINED TO BE BLACK IN THE FIRST PLACE. Get it into your heads you mindless drones, and stop thinking that people are going to respect you for letting them know ‘how much you hate racism’, nobody is going to give you a round of applause.
    Jamie Fox gets away with it because he is playing a different version of Electro, so does Halle Berry because she is playing an alternate version of Cat Woman (even though its crap, and the stunt double is male).

  • dont care

    I cant believe they cast this skinny beanpole whitewashed actor to play an asian bad-ass master ninja warrior… and that stupid, fake bitch to play April. This movie is gonna suck harder than a $10 hooker trying to make meth money for the night.

  • Ashley

    Wowwww… I really can’t believe how freaking sour you people are. You all sound like a bunch of bitter, old women. Sorry to disappoint all of you, but this movie wasn’t made to bring men in their thirties back to their childhood, mkay? It’s being made for the younger audiences to bring the turtles back and get them rolling again. It’s being made so little kids will get hooked on the turtles and buy their merchandise into oblivion, just like they did with Transformers. I don’t think there was one little boy who didn’t have an Optimus Prime action figure when that first movie premiered. So, they completely succeeded with that, and that was their point of making the Transformers films. This is WHY they are making a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie. With the new Nickelodeon show, they know kids will want to see it, and it will be Tranformers all over again, and turtle merch for the kids will most likely break the sound barrier from the amount of ca-chings!
    They are keeping the old fans in mind with this, but they are trying to change it up for a younger generation, not purposefully butchering it to make all of you sob about your childhoods being destroyed (and btw grow the fuck up). This isn’t a disgrace against mankind, it’s a fucking movie about mutant turtles. How are you all even taking this so seriously? Just accept the movie for what it is and stop being so damn cynical. They aren’t going to make the 90′s films over again, okay? Why would you even want them to just basically copy the same movie over and over again? Yes, I know. The whole Eric Sachs thing basically changes a good portion of the original TMNT story, but just think of it in a different perspective. HAVE AN OPEN MIND. You don’t even have to consider it a canon aspect of the turtles, but at least TRY and see this new story in a different light, other than it being ultimate betrayal and sin beyond words.
    I’d like to see any of you tell someone what a mutant turtle is supposed to look like. Really, you know, I’ve never seen one in real life, but if you have than by all means, tell me, because I’d really like to know what a mutated ninja turtle would really look like. Plus, let’s see any of you do any better making a new… NEW, ninja turtles film. Not copying the same exact evens that happened in the 90′s films, a new, fresh story that wont make people think “oh so it’s basically like the old films”.
    Hopefully there are people out there (and I know there are, since the reactions to this movie are literally 50% love, 50% hate) who are just going to give this movie a chance and not be so stuck on the old ninja turtles. And actually accept the fact that this movie isn’t being made for adults.

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