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Holy Half-shell! Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles live action film is 20 years old today

Posted by LiveFor on March 31, 2010

Holy crap! Where did all that time go? 20 years old. Unbelievable.

What were you doing when the first Turtles film was released?

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle backpack

Posted by LiveFor on February 25, 2010

Kind of cool as it also comes with the mask.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Headband Shell Backpack


This backpack is in the shape of a half-shell and includes four masks. Turtle power!
16″ x 18″

SKU: 361439
We’re sorry, but we are unable to ship this product outside the United States and U.S. territories.

Source: Geekologie

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Kick-Ass Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Mashup

Posted by LiveFor on December 22, 2009

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Turtles Forever is out tomorrow

Posted by LiveFor on November 20, 2009

Catch Turtles Forever November 21st only on CW4Kids

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Reservoir Turtles

Posted by LiveFor on November 13, 2009

Just so cool. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turles Reservoir Dogs Mashup. Genius.

Source: Topless Robot (check out their new look)

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Hero Turtles to team up

Posted by LiveFor on August 31, 2009


4Kids is making a direct-to-DVD movie where the 2003 cartoon Ninja Turtles somehow meet the Ninja Turtles from 1987.

Source: Topless Robot

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Cameron and Zombie join Heavy Metal

Posted by LiveFor on June 7, 2009

Film School Rejects recently caught up with TMNT co-creator Kevin Eastman and asked him if he had any updates on the new Heavy Metal film. “I’ve got breaking news that Fincher and James Cameron are going to be co-executive producers on the film. Fincher will direct one. Cameron will direct one. Zack Snyder is going to direct one and Gore Verbinski is going to. Mark Osborne and Jack Black from Tenacious D are going to do a comedy segment for the film.”

/Film have since found out that Rob Zombie (Halloween) is also going to direct a segment.

All in all this sci-fi animated anthology is shaping up to having some major names involved.

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Heavy Metal – Kevin Eastman talks about it’s progress

Posted by LiveFor on May 12, 2009

Heavy Metal is a new version of the old animated sci-fi anthology based around the cool comic book anthology. Anthology used twice in one sentence. That could be a record.

Movieweb caught up with Kevin Eastman (he of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) who is producing the film with David Fincher and Tim Miller.

Here is what he had to say about it’s progress:

Right now, David has a grand plan and he’s asked us to sort of keep those cards close to our chest until the right announcement comes out, but what I can tell you is that part of the frustrating part of going through the studio system, which David knows more than Tim (Miller) and I. Guys like Zack Snyder and Gore Verbinski and Mark Osborne have committed to come on board and direct sequences in this. There are three other directors, that I can’t tell you yet, but will be jaw-dropping when we can tell you. David has put together a program that is pretty outstanding and it’s sort of fascinating for guys like Tim and I, who have worked at the studio level, at a number of levels, but never at a David Fincher level. Whereas we would’ve probably agreed to the deal seven versions ago, David is still negotiating and it’s like, ‘Oh my God, we just want to do this movie,’ but, all kidding aside, that’s why we’re working with David. Not only does he have just a brilliant vision, and a great sense of storytelling but he’s very committed to doing this right. We don’t want to spend $50 million and not blow everybody out of the water with this project. I’d guess within the next 30 days would be the official announcement of what’s going on and where it’s going, and then we can talk again.

I am itching to hear more about the directors and animators involved in this film.

Neal Asher is one of the writers and you can read more about his involvement in my interview with him.

Are you looking forward to the Heavy Metal film? What do you want to see in it?

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Posted by LiveFor on April 26, 2009

A great sketch by Bob Byrne of Krang from the animated Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles.

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The Random – Inception, TMNT, Unstoppable, Toy Story 3, Pacemaker, Terminator Salvation, Fallout 3, Nightmare on Elm Street, Stone

Posted by LiveFor on April 24, 2009

The cast of Christopher Nolan’s Inception continues to grow. Joseph Gordon-Levitt is the latest to join the cast and is taking on the role that would’ve been played by James Franco before he left due to a scheduling conflict. Gordon-Levitt will reportedly play an associate of Leonardo DiCaprio’s character, who is a “CEO-type.” We still don’t know anything about the story, besides that it’s a contemporary sci-fi action film set within “the architecture of the mind.” – Read More

Last night it was officially announced by The Mirage Group that another new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles live-action movie was in development for 2011. The details they revealed at time were that it would be a reboot focusing on their origins and that it might use some “face replacement technology.” – Read More

In a story from Variety, Denzel Washington is in talks to star in the thriller Unstoppable. The film is about a runaway train carrying a cargo of toxic chemicals. It pits an engineer (Washington) and his conductor in a race against time. They’re chasing the runaway train in a separate locomotive and need to bring it under control before it derails on a curve and causes a toxic spill that will decimate a town.

Tom Hanks, Tim Allen and John Ratzenberger recently watched a “complete story reel” with animatics, temp voices and music of the entire third “Toy Story” film. Hanks has already had three complete recording sessions for the film, and will probably have one more… full details

Marcus Nispel (“Friday the 13th,” “Pathfinder”) is attached to direct Lars Jacobson’s thriller spec script “Pacemaker“. No plot details, though the story is described as “Crank” meets “Taken”… full details

Arnold Schwarzenegger has given the go-ahead to include his likeness in the upcoming Terminator Salvation. A body-cast mold of Schwarzenegger made during the filming of the first film provided the basis for a digital-effects version of his famous character… full details

Fallout 3 video game developer Bethesda has filed for film and television trademarks for the game meaning a film/TV adaptation could be potentially in the works…” full details

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Kellan Lutz (Twilight) is joining the cast of the new A Nightmare on Elm Street movie. The film is being directed by Samuel Bayer, produced by Platinum Dunes and it will be released through Warner Bros. Lutz is slated to play a popular school jock in this horror film reboot that features kids being tormented by dream stalker Freddy Krueger (Jackie Early Haley).

Director John Curran’s new film just got two very big additions to the cast. According to Production Weekly, Robert De Niro and Edward Norton have joined the cast of Stone. The film is based of Angus McLachlan’s play and De Niro will play a parole officer who befriends a teaching assistant. The film is scheduled to start filming next month in Detroit.

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