We have exciting news for all of you Ninja Turtle fans out there. Paramount Pictures has greenlit production on a new TMNT live action movie. While Michael Bay is attached to this new film it is going to be a reboot. For the latest details check out the news below and let us know if you are excited to see the Heroes in a Half Shell on the big screen again AFTER THE JUMP!
Source: The Hollywood Reporter
Paramount is ready to say “Cowabunga” once again.
The heroes in a half shell are coming back for more pizza.
Paramount is developing a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie and has hired Andrew Dodge, the writer behind the Jason Bateman comedy Bad Words, to pen the script.
Michael Bay, Andrew Form and Brad Fuller will produce the feature via their Platinum Dunes banner. The company was behind the studio’s horror hit A Quiet Place.
It’s all in the name: Ninja Turtles chronicles the adventures of four mutated turtles, named after Renaissance artists and in their teens, who protect New York City using ninja skills acquired from a humanoid rat.
Dodge made a splash with 2014’s Bad Words, a script that landed on the Hollywood Black List and was turned into a directing and starring vehicle for Bateman. Since then, the writer has worked on projects such as Space Jam 2 and O’Lucky Day, the latter of which has Peter Dinklage attached to star.