On paper, the idea of the original April O’Neil (Judith Hoag) meeting the new one (Megan Fox) in the recent Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows movie seems clever and fun. But now that the scene itself is online, you can easily see why deleting it was absolutely the right decision.
Last year, DC Comics announced a Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles crossover series at Comic-Con, and this year they’re doing it again—but with a twist.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows plays like a greatest hits of everything iconic you know and love about the Turtles. Good guys, bad guys, ninjitsu, party wagons, everything; it’s all there to make a movie that’s—surprisingly—very entertaining. It’s also borderline nonsensical but, in a movie with…
Bebop and Rocksteady have been stalwarts of IDW’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comics—but they’ve never headlined their own book before. Until now, that is! The troublesome mutants are going to have all of time as their playground, and io9 has the first look at the first issue in the series.
You’d be hard pressed to come up with a more ’90s moment than the end of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: The Secret of the Ooze. Well, at least until this week, when attendees of the premiere for the latest Turtles movie sequel did a little time travel for a reunion of stars not seen since that seminal 1991 movie.
A final trailer for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows has hit the web, showing off a whole lot of mayhem, and finally giving us a good look at the film’s principal villain, Krang.
It may look like it’s made of the crazy “Tranformium” nonsense from Transformers: Age of Extinction, but that’s definitely Krang’s Technodrome making its debut in this new trailer for the sequel to 2014's live-action TMNT movie, Out of the Shadows.
Select members of The Backstreet Boys, N*Sync, 98 Degrees and O-Town battle zombies in the old West! The Flash crosses over to Supergirl! Wynona Earp premieres on Syfy! Archer returns for another season! All this, and the feature-length season finale of The Walking Dead, all on this week’s TV!
Honestly, considering the overall turgid quality of the movie, the first entry in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot did a fine job with Shredder. As you can see above, the costume design was absurdly excessive. So many superfluous blades! But hey—it looked a lot like a contemporary Shredder. The sequel, however,…
Did you think the 2009 Turtles Forever 25th anniversary movie would be the only only chance for various iterations of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to kick ninja butt together? Not so, thanks to Nickelodeon’s current animated TMNT series, which is sending the ‘80s 2D turtles to the 3D present.
It’s the oldest rule in the crossover book: if two disparate heroes or groups of heroes are going to team up, it’s only after they tussle with each other first. The Batman/TMNT series has just had its own clash, and not only is it a great fight, it’s a perfect example of why this crossover has been a blast to read so…
The midseason premieres are kicking off for real this week. There are three brand new shows, and one of them blew our minds when we watched it. Plus the season finale of American Horror Story: Hotel! A full week of new Adventure Time! All this, Quetzalcoatl and microscopic aliens, on This Week’s TV!
It was only very recently that we learned that TMNT cartoon classic Krang would be heading to the movie sequel, Out of the Shadows. But now thanks to a series of images from a toy catalogue, we know pretty much what he’ll look like—and it’s surprisingly faithful to the original Krang.
And I don’t just mean that they don’t have the creepy human eyes and unfathomably disturbing human lips or teeth of the Michael Bay-produced Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movies. I mean their limbs and heads actually somewhat resemble an actual turtle’s.
Love it or hate it, the most recent Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie was a huge hit and, next summer, the sequel is coming. It’s called Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows and the first trailer is here.
As action figures have become more detailed, toy fans have been treated to some amazing-looking figures over the years. But not that long ago, when sculpting techniques were less advanced, toy likenesses could range from the mediocre to the terrifying. Here are 11 figures who look less like they’re ready for action…
When Christy Marx was a little girl, she took her Batman comics and gave Robin a girl’s hairdo and a little skirt, because she was tired of not having female heroes to look up to. Then she grew up and gave us Jem and the Holograms. This interview with her by The Front is incredible and fascinating.
It’s officially the start of fall TV season, and seven new shows are launching. But only one of them has bowled us over. Plus Gotham is back, and nuttier than ever. And how will the Doctor save Clara from the Daleks? Plus, David Tennant as the Fugitoid! All this and more, on This Week’s TV!
Doctor Who is back! But also, The Bastard Executioner makes his head-popping debut! And also, the 80s Duran Duran-tastic spoof Moonbeam City premieres! Plus the Triceratons rear their three-pronged heads on Ninja Turtles, and…and there’s just so much. Read about it here, on This Week’s TV!