The Seth Rogen Ninja Turtles Movie Looks Unexpectedly Gorgeous


<p>We weren’t sure how to feel when we first heard Seth Rogen and his production team were working on a new animated Ninja Turtles movie. We were even more cautious when we heard he’d be “reinventing” them as behaving closer to actual teenagers. There’s a lot that could have gone wrong here, though we suppose he couldn’t possibly come up with a worse take than Michael Bay did.</p>


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I love the new design, they look like teenagers unlike the creepy live action we got with Megan Fox who have very distracting Botox.

The Future Leader

Along the way I closed my eyes
Mixed feelings is what I get from this, First of all, Michelangelo's voice doesn't really match his character. He's supposed to be the fun-loving one, but his voice sounds kind of serious. Donatello sounds more like a little kid than a teenager, which is weird. But Leo and Raphael sound pretty good, so that's cool. Also, why did they change April? They could have just kept her the same as she was in the old cartoon from the 1980s. That would have been awesome! But I guess they wanted to do something different.

On the plus side, the turtles look pretty good! They kind of remind me of how they looked in the old cartoon show, which is cool. I'm curious to see how the movie handles the relationship between the turtles and their new friend April O'Neil. That should be interesting!


Keep your boards rolling
Does Hollywood hate Gingers? Why is April Black? I am starting to see a pattern of gingers being turned black and other ethnicities. Also Why Donnie sounds like a girl? He is suppose to be the oldest?
The animation reminds me a lot of Spiderverse. I'm glad to hear that the animation in this movie is stunning. That's always a key factor in making an animated movie successful. It seemed it's the turtles youngest incarnation yet sounds intriguing. I'm interested to see how this affects their characterization.


Keep the Bat-signal shining!
The involvement of Seth Rogen and his production team is also interesting. They have a great track record when it comes to comedy but mostly dirty humor and has something to do with drugs. Can Seth dial down and make something kid friendly?It's exciting that this movie will be released in theaters. There's nothing quite like seeing an action-packed animated movie on the big screen.


The Happy Feet Doctor
To the People complaining about April, At least this time she doesn't look like a plastic surgery science experiment like the last live action adaptation.


Master of the Dice
Ugh, seriously, what is with Hollywood these days? They're wiping out redheads at an alarming rate and it's so frustrating! I mean, why all the hate for redheads? It's not fair! They keep casting people of color for "diversity" and it's like, what about the redheads? We've got Ariel, Daphne, Velma, Mary Jane Watson, Jimmy Olsen, and so many more iconic characters who are redheads, but they keep getting replaced.

Look, I'm a person of color and I get the importance of representation, but I'd rather have original characters created for me, like Black Panther, Static Shock, and Storm. I don't want to see a minority group like redheads losing representation just so I can feel represented. It's not fair and it's not right. Hollywood needs to start valuing all types of diversity, including redheads!


I hate WOKE trash
What the heck is up with this April design?! It's like they took a bunch of random elements and mashed them together into some weird Frankenstein's monster of a character. It's so frustrating to see such a beloved character being disrespected like this.


Popcorn Addict
So excited for this movie! It's so awesome that they're focusing on the turtles' relationships as brothers. That's such an important part of the Ninja Turtles' story and I'm thrilled that it's getting the attention it deserves.

And that theory about the turtles being younger? Genius! It'll be so cool to see them grow up with kids over the course of the sequels. I can't wait to see how that plays out.

Plus, can we talk about how amazing the character designs are? They're so cool and unique, yet they still stay true to the original characters we all know and love.

It's also great to know that Nickelodeon is involved in the production of the movie. They're such experts when it comes to the Turtles franchise and I know they'll do it justice. I just can't wait for this movie to come out!

Ed Sasso

I am the Omega
Alright, Hallelujah!, it's about time these turtles are being portrayed as actual teenagers, ya know what I mean? For years, they've been depicted as these fully grown adults, and it never sat right with me. I mean, come on, if you told me they were in their mid-20s, I'd believe you. But now, they got these actual teenagers portraying them, and it's a whole different ballgame. These kids know what it's like to be a teenager, and they bring that youthful energy to the characters. I mean, I know two of the main actors are only 19 and 17, respectively, but that's the perfect age to capture the immature and goofy antics you see from a group of friends. And let me tell you, it makes me stupid happy.


Southern Belle
Well, bless my heart, I gotta say, I'm liking what I'm seeing here. Now, we all know they're called the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles for a reason, but it seems like in most versions they're portrayed as being these hip and cool twenty-somethings. But this time around, they're finally being played by actual teenagers! I think that's just perfect, and it adds a whole new level of authenticity to the characters. And, speaking of growing up, I think it would be a mighty fun idea to let the characters age along with the actors. It would give the story some real depth and add some genuine emotion to the mix. All in all, I'm mighty excited to see where this goes!

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