Every Christmas I go meet a buddy of mine at a local pub who I see once a year or so and we talk about our favorite TV shows and movies. We discuss everything under the sun from DC to Disney to Marvel to Star Wars to Star Trek, and Doctor Who, etc., and of …
DC’s live-action Titans series has cast both Hawk and Dove.
Megan Fox plays April O’Neil with Alan Ritchson as Raphael.
We see that Fox is wearing the yellow leather jacket and that Richson is wearing a CGI suit, with it said the look the the Turtles in the movie will be akin to Avatar.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles has a June 6, 2014 directed by Jonathan Liebesman produced by Michael Bay and also starring Will Arnett, Danny Woodburn, and Alan Ritchson, Noel Fisher, Jeremy Howard, and Pete Ploszekas the Turtles.
We know have the four names of the actors that will make up the Ninja Turtles in the Jonathan Liebesman-directed reboot.
Pete Ploszek will play Leonardo, Jeremy Howard will play Donatello and Noel Fisher will play Michaelangelo with Deadline describing the new Ninja Turtles as being more similar to what was done digitally in Avatar.
The new Ninja Turtles movie is also said to be looked at as a new franchise by Paramount.
Michael Bay is director on the Ninja Turtles reboot which has a June 6, 2014 release.
Not much is known about the plot, but it’s been said to drop the teenage mutant aspects in favor of a more alien origin.
[[wysiwyg_imageupload:6267:]]We get our second casting announcement for the new Ninja Turtles movie with Alan Ritchson As Raphael.
Ritchson joins Megan Fox on the movie who will play April O’Neil.
Deadline reported the news with mention that the Turtles in the movie will be more like the performance capture found in Avatar, and not like the previous movies featuring actors in bulky suits.
Alan Ritchson also has landed a role in the upcoming The Hunger Games: Catching Fire movie as Gloss, and Smallville fans should recognize the actor as Arthur Curry aka Aquaman.
Ninja Turtles has a May 6, 2014 release directed by Jonathan Liebesman with Michal Bay producing.
The new Ninja Turtles is said to have dropped the “teenage mutant” aspects, replacing them with a more alien approach.