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TMNT Movie 2014 Character Promo Images

Paramount Pictures has been dealt with lots of criticism for their upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie. The film has a strong cast and production crew but the word “Alien” struck protest from fans and drove concern to the entire team working on the project. We discuss these past events because fans had only mere stills and toy figurines to discover how their beloved turtles would look. Paramount has released two trailers that are fairly similar, the second trailer shows fans only seconds of turtles footage.


Since all of us fans have to deal with this dilemma, we will continue to provide all the details possible without spoiling the movie. Recently Andrew Farago released a book titled “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Ultimate Visual History”. This book covers details from the original ’84 comics through set pictures in ’14. Farago was granted access to designs of the Ninja Turtles for the upcoming Paramount film, yes these images are drawings but it’s all Paramount will release. Take a glance at the following images released from Movie Pilot.

TMNT Movie 2014 Promo Images 1              TMNT Movie 2014 Promo Images 3


TMNT Movie 2014 Promo Images 2              TMNT Movie 2014 Promo Images 4

We anticipate the third trailer to released sometime in early July and hopefully fans can really see their Ninja Turtles talk and crack jokes. In every incarnation, the turtles have been hilarious and have developed a rapport with fans. Many fanatics are having a hard time embracing the producer Michael Bay, or Megan Fox as April O’Neil, but we believe the new Turtles film will surprise many.  It would be delightful if Paramount and Co. would be as optimistic as us and show us some faith in their project. The TMNT live-action movie was released back in 1993, so Turtles fans are quite deserving of a blockbuster hit after 21 years.

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Justin Bozung

Justin Bozung

Justin Bozung is a film researcher/writer based in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He has written for such print publications as Shock Cinema, Fangoria, Paracinema, Whoa, Bijou and Phantom Of The Movies' Videoscope.

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  • Eric

    You should change the last line to say “the last live action TMNT movie released in 1993”

  • Ahinkle

    These are my photos lol Should have used a water mark lol

    • tvmoviestuff

      Please email us so we can arrange photo credit @Ahinkle:disqus

      • Ahinkle

        OH no worries i dont really care lol This is the second time its happened lol Not just your website the whole enter net, But its not an issue im not upset it was my purpose putting them online so other could see actually quit happy it spread like it did. Only wish others were as excited as i am

        • ChoKeller

          I’m actually pretty excited for the film. I’ve been supporting it from day one. I’m the biggest TMNT fan there is and truthfully can’t wait to see the movie and hope it does well, I have some problems with it but am choosing to set those aside in the scoop of just centering on this film. Just wanted to let you know you’re not alone.
          Folks let me just clue you all in on why you should support this film even if you have problems with it. The last live-action TMNT was in 93, I think we can all agree it’s been a long time. The Turtles have finally gathered enough popularity again, for someone to consider rolling out millions to make a block-buster movie.
          Even if this movie does end up sucking, as long as the fan base there and willing to pay money the studio will roll out another reboot and try again. It happened with Ghost Rider, granted the first one was bad and I’ve heard the second one was not an improvement.

  • Billy Bob Throrton

    “but we believe this film will surprise many people. It would be
    delightful if Paramount and co. to be as optimistic as us and show some
    faith in their project.”

    It’s not like people are bashing the movie for no reason,millions of people have figured out for themselves they should be worried about Bay’s handling of the turtles and for good reasons. You’re just going to dismiss their thoughts like that?
    And for what? MIndless optimism and faith comparable to Christianity or hippy BS?
    I’m just fine doubting Michael Bay,asshole.

    He’s probably a billionaire,he doesn’t need you to defend him

    I haven’t run into that since i was a child,you’re basically saying anything with the turtles logo on it is representative of them,I see how you can think that-it was true for 25 years when they were still owned by Eastman and Laird,but now a major corporation owns them.

    • ChoKeller

      What are you trying to say? It’s not like there haven’t been worst TMNT live action movies, and you’re choosing to bash the new.

  • Jameson R.

    Hey Bill Bob….I see nothing wrong with optimism at Michael Bay, regardless of whether you like his films or not, is a great director. I’d even go so far as to suggest that he’s his generations Abel Gance (if you even know who Gance was). Bay works like one of the great silent-era filmmakers of the ’20s. You can turn the volume down on his films and revel in his visual grandiose style. He knows how to tell a story with images solely. Optimism is a much better way to approach the new Turtles movie than your rank nastiness. For the record too, “Billy Bob Throrton” is spelled wrong. It’s “Thornton”. Maybe you should go back to school and learn to spell before you start trashing the opinions of a writer who clearly loves TMNT.

  • Scrabblemouse

    I’m starting to warm to this movie now (and I’m not going to spout a load of rubbish about Michael Bay ‘ruining my childhood’) but I am hoping for two things;

    – Donnie loses the glasses (it’s just so…stereotypical ‘geek’)
    – that the story focuses on all four turtles, and not just Leo and Raph as the last movie did. Let’s face it, Donnie and Mikey were reduced to exposition and comic relief for the entire film

  • Ray S

    This is God awful. Probably the worst rendition of the Turtles I have ever seen. Saw the trailer last month and am disappointed that they decided to make them 7 ft tall and look like crossbreed between a human, a salamander, and Shrek.

    I’m sorry but as a long time fan who has been there from the beginning, I can’t support or back this movie. At least Nickelodean did a better job with the recent cartoon series.