Ninja Turtles Movies Getting a Reboot?


For those of us who have been waiting for nearly 30 years to see Krang, Shredder, Beebop and Rocksteady on the big screen, we were not disappointed with Michael Bay’s, TMNT: Out of The Shadows. Unfortunately, it seems that the general public was not as interested in seeing that as the die hard Ninja Turtles fans were. The film was not a success at all at the box office. This has rumors swirling that not only is Paramount not planning a 3rd installment, but they are considering rebooting the franchise altogether. Check out the latest details on this below and share your thoughts AFTER THE JUMP!

We were obviously surprised at the box office results. We loved the movie. We loved making the movie. From our first Super Bowl teaser to everything we launched, we felt so good about our material, and for some reason it did not find the audience that the first movie found. And we talk about it all the time, and we tried to figure it out, but we cannot put our finger on what happened. We really can’t. It’s just one of those things where we feel like we made a really great movie; we thought at the time that our release date was great, and we added all these new characters with Bebop and Rocksteady and Baxter Stockwell had a big role in the movie and Casey Jones and for some reason when it came to opening weekend…Even before the movie came out, we were feeling great. And you wake up two days before the movie opens and you go, “Wow, I don’t know if this movie is tracking as well as it should.” Then you hope, and then Thursday night happens and your midnights come in and you’re like, “That’s not what Movie 1 did,” and then sure enough your weekend comes and it’s nowhere near what anyone thought, and it’s nowhere near Movie 1, and, before you know it, it’s over. We’re still so proud of the movie; it just didn’t find an audience. We really don’t know why.

I think one thing we did learn is you really need to give—you can’t just add characters to a movie and expect that to be what’s fresh. It’s a sequel. You have to give the audience something that’s really new and fresh. Maybe just adding characters from the canon, that wasn’t enough

Source: Collider

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