the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles The franchise has been a hit and miss for fans of the half-shell heroes. From their comic book origins, through the hugely popular ’80s TV series and through numerous live-action and animated films, the quartet didn’t always prove to be great for everyone. Her latest outing on the big screen is Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mayhem, which comes across as Seth Rogen and could be the start of a whole new Ninja Turtles universe at Paramount. Sure enough, initial reactions to the movie boosted hopes of an all-out comeback for crime-fighters living in the sewers.
TMNT: Mutant Chaos It won’t be released until August, but it sparked hype about the franchise’s latest iteration from a “work-in-progress” screening of the film at the Annecy International Film Festival. Although the first full reviews are still a bit off, the hype coming from the show via Twitter has been entirely positive. You can see some comments below:
The film received a six-minute standing ovation in the room, and this certainly won director Jeff Rowe’s will. According to The Wrap after the show, Rowe said:
“Being in the room and feeling all the reactions and hearing all the laughter was amazing, but what really caught my eye was seeing our movie being received and appreciated in this way by so many people who really love and care about animation.”
Early reactions to the mutant anarchy should ease fashionistas’ concerns
When the first pictures of TMNT: Mutant Chaos Dropped earlier this year, there were some fans who weren’t into the animation style. While there have always been objections about the different animation styles used in many popular franchises, this seems to be a cause for concern The rough look of Mutant Mayhem You don’t have to worry at all when the movie itself offers a story and sense of humor.
Back when the movie was announced, Paramount Pictures president Brian Robbins had a strong belief that the movie would appeal to all levels of turtle fans, and it seems to be true. He said at the time:
“It’s an animation, and it goes back to the Turtles’ roots. Seth and his producing partner Evan Goldberg were great choices because no one could tell better stories about being a teen than these guys. They’re so passionate and passionate about Turtles. It’ll work for kids, parents, millennials, and millennials. We have He plans to do many more animated movies this way, but one day we might be back with a live-action hybrid version of the Turtles.”
There are several other Ninja Turtle projects currently in development, with a potential new live-action movie and animated TV series with Rogen producing among the franchise’s potential expansions in the next few years. After following Michael Bay’s hard-hit movies, it seems like this mutant chaos The project could be to get the franchise back on track.