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    Default Re: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: A Michael Bay Film

    Quote Originally Posted by DJB View Post
    Anyone agree?
    I agree !, loved the 80s comics. Not a big fan of the cartoons.
    the first movie was awesome , 2 an 3 where annoying. The animation one was ok.

    Hope to hear some good updates about this project soon
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    Default Re: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: A Michael Bay Film

    I Doubt Tarantino is a Ninja Turtles fan.

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    ... and hopefully, "Bad Boys 3".

    I agree! I rather see Bad Boys III then another TMNT movie!

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    Default Re: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: A Michael Bay Film

    Most agree, BB 3 bring it on then Ninja Turtles.

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    Default Re: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: A Michael Bay Film

    Quote Originally Posted by HarryCanyon View Post
    I Doubt Tarantino is a Ninja Turtles fan.
    your missing the point.

    It's not about him being a turtles fan. Just look at his movies he has directed and what he personally likes and places into movies.

    Martial arts are huge with Tarintino. And his aspects on the darker side of things are what this movie would need to compare to the comics... but thats forgetting we need to keep the kids involved with the franchise.

    makes sense, no? to me it does.

    Movies become great when the story of the film fits the director's personality and personal interests.

    Tarintino
    Burton
    Craven
    Scorsese

    small list of examples.


    thats all im saying. I still feel Bay can do this justice.

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    Default Transformers Movie Franchise – The End Is Nigh?



    Few months back, Director Michael Bay made an announcement that Transformers 3 is his final Transformers movie. To cap his comment, Producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura hinted a Transformers Movie Reboot. Many Transformers fans agreed with the statements while some said the Series might continue.

    Now, information is coming in that Paramount is considering Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to be the successor of the current Bay Transformers Movie series and Paramount’s future major franchise. The latest news is an update to the earlier news of TMNT to be produced by Mr. Michael Bay himself.

    It is unknown whether, how badly this latest development might affect the Transformers Movie Franchise. At the moment all we can assume is that the Next Movie Series or the Continuation might get pushed back.

    What will the future hold for our Transformers Movie Franchise?

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    Default Re: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: A Michael Bay Film

    Quote Originally Posted by DJB View Post
    your missing the point.

    It's not about him being a turtles fan. Just look at his movies he has directed and what he personally likes and places into movies.

    Martial arts are huge with Tarintino. And his aspects on the darker side of things are what this movie would need to compare to the comics... but thats forgetting we need to keep the kids involved with the franchise.

    makes sense, no? to me it does.

    Movies become great when the story of the film fits the director's personality and personal interests.

    Tarintino
    Burton
    Craven
    Scorsese

    small list of examples.


    thats all im saying. I still feel Bay can do this justice.
    How about John Woo of Hard Boiled and Face/Off fame?

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    Default Re: Transformers Movie Franchise – The End Is Nigh?

    Quote Originally Posted by NIBMRatchet View Post
    What will the future hold for our Transformers Movie Franchise?
    Could be……….Transformers vs GI JOE
    First wait and see what this TMNT reboot brings
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    Default Re: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: A Michael Bay Film

    So maybe Bay or Woo would be good for this project or how about Alex Proyas of Dark City, The Crow and I Robot fame?

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    Default Re: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: A Michael Bay Film

    Recent news is that the first script was dumped on by paramount.

    According to inside sources from a member on a TMNT fanboy board. "someone "heavily involved" saw this script as the best TMNT script he ever read."

    must have been too hardcore for the kiddies.... tooooo bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Lowrey View Post
    Warhorse, what continuation did they do with TMNT? Was there a low budget feature film I'm not aware of or are you referring to the TV show?
    He's talking about TMNT the CGI film released in 2007. About Tarantino I wouldn't want him to direct as he would turn the film into a long boring film with very little action.

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    Default Re: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: A Michael Bay Film

    No way man, i thought Inglorious Bastards was Tarantino's smartest movie as it may have little action but he knows how to please his fans. I've been a fan of him since 14 watching Pulp Fiction on video then Reservoir Dogs.

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    Default Re: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: A Michael Bay Film

    go shia i'm impresive that he in conspiration shadow.. movie.. great!!!!!!!!!!

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    Default Re: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: A Michael Bay Film

    Yes i think this reboot can help the TMNT franchise, but anyone here old enough to remember the original movie in theaters? i was 9 years old at the time it came out and i saw it 3 times, i was Ninja Turtles obsessed back then as much as in the 80's with TF, GI Joe, He-Man and Ghostbusters.

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    hahaha i love it goodbusters and turttles are my heroes when i waas a little gril together with heman

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    Default Re: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: A Michael Bay Film

    Awesome Marita, you remember She-Ra? Oh man those girls were hot as a young boy. He-Man would show up sometimes as a guest including his friends with Skeletor, Hordak was kickass you know and had the toys to his troops.

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    I think the new film should look like this.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ldC6krN7PNM

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    Default Tmnt style frame

    As a big fan of Michael, his vision and his contribution to the industry as an artist, I've created this style frame of what I think could be an interesting look for his new TMNT film.

    I intentionally designed Leonardo to not look like any incarnation that's been seen thus far.
    The Model is Carol Zara of digitallyblonde.com.

    This is still a work in progress (modeling the other 3 turtles) - so comments and critiques are welcome, even if you hate it.

    TMNT_STYLE_Digitallyblonde.jpg
    High res version here

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    Default Re: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: A Michael Bay Film

    Bay should direct, no one else is good enough!

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    Default Re: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: A Michael Bay Film

    Quote Originally Posted by omnimorphic View Post
    Bay should direct, no one else is good enough!

    Well, I don't think that's gonna happen. He'll probably be one of the producers...but a director of the movie?

    Highly unlikely.
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    Default Re: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: A Michael Bay Film

    How about Thundercats next?

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    Default Re: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: A Michael Bay Film

    and then Voltron and after that Dino Riders!

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    Default Re: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: A Michael Bay Film

    wow. No comments on my poster? No love?

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    Default Re: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: A Michael Bay Film

    Voltron is crap - they would just rip TF's look in an attempt to get your money.

    GO-BOTS should be done, and NOT by Bay.

    A GO-BOTS movie should be made by Uwe Bole, or Mc G, or any other 2bit director and adhere directly 100% to the source material, terrible designs, cheesy story and all.

    It would be a comedy on par with The Hangover.

    This way, all the Bay-haters malicious comments could be put to rest once and for all when they see how horribly wrong the TF francise could have gone, and how masterfully composed Bay's vision truly is.

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