Eastman on NINJA TURTLE Future Comments - Mania.com



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raspedoits 5/20/2009 5:03:56 AM

Im curious.  how are the turtles gonna be?  I hope they get muscular actors, paint them green, put a shell on them & cgi their heads.  Thats how it should be.  what do u guys think?

madmanic999 5/20/2009 5:13:40 AM

Gotta admit, I loved every turtle movie (actually kinda bummed that they aren't making a CGI sequel, I really enjoyed it and my kids loved it), hell I even love the cartoons...

If they do a reboot, being a little edgy wont hurt, but they need to gear it toward the kiddies while still pleasing the old fans who are all grown up now.  Let's face it, as cool as it may be, 4 dark turtles (all in the same color mask and for some reason, constantly bleading from one body part or another) stacking dead foot ninjas like piles of wood might work for some of us, but probably won't appeal to a larger audience.

If they bring out a new movie with the right amount of humor, action, and a really cool story, I'll be there opening night with my boys.

xenomorph 5/20/2009 5:46:23 AM

Maybe the turtles could be done with a combination of make-up fx and cgi, like in Benjamin Button.

Whiskeymovie 5/20/2009 6:41:50 AM

I really loved the first and the third,,,the second was a little cheesy......go ninja, go ninja, go.....I know they did it because parents complained about the violence in the first one, that's why they like never use their weapons in the 2nd movie,,,,,the third I think was my favorite....Turtles in time,,,,,awesome,,,it had great action and it was really funny...plus, they brought casey back in two forms....and how cool would be be to have Zack Snyder to a turltes film,,,,,actually, I would love to see a director like Len Wiseman or Louis Lettier do this....and I knew Sam Rockwell was in the original, he played the punk at the end that told the cops where to look,,,,but, I don't remember Skeet....Skeet. Skeet, Skeet......well, I say "It looked kinda like a large turtle in a trench coat,,,,you're going to Laguardia, right?"

DarthDuck 5/20/2009 7:08:15 AM

I know the director they have signed just finish 'Where the Wild Things Are', which was a CGI/live action blend.  So maybe it will have aspects of both.  Whatever they do I look forward to seeing it.

redhairs99 5/20/2009 7:43:05 AM

They hired Spike Jonez?  When did this happen?

violator14 5/20/2009 9:15:05 AM

Ya first one was definitely classic, cool, edgy, and funny for the kids. That's exactly how they should make the new one. I thought the costumes in part 1 were WWAAAYYYYY better than any of the sequels. I wouldnt mind if they used those type of costumes again.

But im pretty sure they're gonna use CGI Turtles in live action, via Spider-man, Hulk, Iron-Man, Transfomers, which im sure will look pretty amazing if they do it right. And with today's action choreographers, it's gonna be CRAZINESS!!!!

And ANY movie Zack Snyder does will look amazing..... Zacky are u reading this?? think about it bro.....pls.

Predator29_home 5/20/2009 12:18:55 PM

Just give me KRANG  DAMNIT.  I'll go and see the movie just for that i was so disappointed when i was little that Krang and Bee-Bop and Rocksteady weren't in the movie then we get Tokka and Razar...  WHO?

i don't care who is in it as long as its not the guys from High School Musical.

Cacaoatl 5/20/2009 8:43:08 PM

Corey Feldman should do a cameo. And Kevin Eastman's ex-wife Julie Strain should be April O'Neil. Ken Watanabe should be Splinter and Shin Koyamada should be Shredder.  Elias Koteas should reprise his role as Casey Jones. The screenplay should follow the original origin from the Mirage Studio comics where the Turtles are created in the same accident that blinds Matt Murdock.

gambit84 6/12/2009 11:50:56 AM

im a huge fan of the movies and the cartoon was bad ass i had everything from the ground up with toys and ect if they go and do a reboot let not start with the old bad guys from the first one start with like the rat king or something.

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