This is one of those movies my friends are hyped about, and I urge them not to see it because it's going to suck ass, and when it finally does suck ass and they wasted $60 going to see it, I'm going to be like "What did I fucking tell you?"
Perhaps the best trailer put out so far, as it stops trying to be serious and just have fun. Mickey making a Wu Tang reference fits, but I was surprised Donnie got away with saying "badass" in a Nickelodeon film. Granted, Rango pushed the limits as a Nick movie, but haven't heard any adult language in an TMNT film since the original release.
> Jeremy Howard (Donatello): I remember, after the first trailer had just dropped , the FX guys at ILM (Industrial Light and Magic) were so glum at some of the online reaction to the Turtle faces. People don’t realise the time and energy that go into how a film looks or how a character is animated. These guys at ILM are bigger Turtle fans than most people will ever be, and they’ve tried more versions of the final look than anyone will ever know… They’ve tried the big noses and they don’t work, they just look ridiculous when they try and talk- it looks like a cartoon! It worked in 1990, but it just doesn’t today, not when it’s got to look real. And it’s funny how the public reaction to the Turtles’ new appearance mirrors exactly what the characters deal with in the film. They’re mutants who aren’t accepted by the world for how they look- you really have to love the irony!
>228818 >People don’t realize the time and energy that go into- No. Stop that. If the end result is bad, it doesn't matter. A lot of time and energy goes into most of what you see these days. That's not an excuse to just like something. And that crap about having to look real when we get this uncanny junk.