Megan Fox, as quoted by HitFix:

A lot of girl power ended up on the cutting room floor, unfortunately. I had a really awesome scene where I was fighting The Foot Clan, but I think they were like, ‘Why would a tiny journalist be able to kick so much ass?’ So that got cut. But I have a moment, Shredder and I have a moment. Maybe it’s badass, you tell me when you see it.
The entire premise of this franchise and film rely on the suspension of disbelief. ‘Why would turtles be able to kick so much ass’ seems like a more appropriate question.

Kotaku’s review of the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie themed game for iOS and Android. I haven’t played yet but those character and weapon designs are pretty enticing.

Mike Fahey, Kotaku:
It’s the decision to take an existing successful game and layer the rest on top of it are what makes it an excellent Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game.

mooncalfe:

some doodles

I love Ross’ work on the TMNT. These doodles are nothing less.

via prestigeformat

Brad Fuller, as quoted by Screen Rant:

Casey Jones. Bebop and Rocksteady. We had those conversations throughout development of this movie but we’re launching this movie now in two weeks. Hopefully everybody feels the same way we do [about it]. We love them [Bebop and Rocksteady].

I won’t go as far as to say I’m overjoyed at the new TMNT designs but I’m not entirely disappointed either. To think of what Leibesman and team could to with a giant, punk rock rhinoceros and warthog… Stamp of approval. 

Original 1990 TMNT Film Gets the CinemaSins Treatment

via ComicBookMovie.com

The Beat Brings the Cowabunga Back in TMNT International TV Spot #5

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A Powerful Force Emerges from Darkness in TMNT International TV Spot #4

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Donnie Faces Off Against Shredder in TMNT TV Spot #14

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More MC Mikey TMNT TV Spot #13

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Kevin Eastman is selling his first TMNT drawing for $2 mil at Comic-Con
Variety:

Some of funds from the drawing’s sale will be donated to charity. “After 30 years of owning it, I think it is time to find a new home,” Eastman said. “We have a bunch of different charities we work with, and want to spread some turtle cheer to them. It just feels like the right time to let it go.”

Kevin Eastman is selling his first TMNT drawing for $2 mil at Comic-Con

Variety:

Some of funds from the drawing’s sale will be donated to charity. “After 30 years of owning it, I think it is time to find a new home,” Eastman said. “We have a bunch of different charities we work with, and want to spread some turtle cheer to them. It just feels like the right time to let it go.”