Collider spoke with film producer Andrew Form, who provided a nice little nugget of info that reveals when and where Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 will begin filming. “We’re in prep right now. We start shooting in New York in April,” Form said.
We know concept art was created for the dim witted thugs Bebop and Rocksteady, but of course they didn’t end up in the first film. “We designed and we did lots of work on all of them and then only so many fit in the box and luckily we have another chance to make another one of these movies and some of those characters that got cut out of the first one can make it into the second one,” Form told Collider.
The sequel to the Michael Bay-produced Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles live-action film already has a June 3, 2016 release date. Hopefully this time the film won’t experience as many delays as the first one did. The film has taken quite bit of heat lately as it has garnered a slew of Razzie nominations. I’m sure it doesn’t bother Paramount Pictures in the least as the film earned the studio $477 million at the worldwide box office, insuring a green light for the sequel. Go ninja, go ninja, go!
So what do you think? Are you excited to see the next one? Let us know below!
Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green got side swiped Thursday night, the LAPD confirms to ET.
Police say the couple did not sustain any injuries but the driver who hit them was arrested on charges of drunk driving.
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According to TMZ, Green was driving his Range Rover when a Mini Cooper hit him in the opposite direction, crossing over the yellow line. The former Beverly Hills, 90210 star called the cops and the police took the driver into custody.
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Fox, 28, and Green, 41, have two sons together (Green has an older son from another relationship) but none of their kids are said to have been in the car with them at the time of the accident.
Happy to hear these two weren’t injured!
Megan Fox uses an umbrella to stay shaded on the set of ‘Zeroville’ in Los Angeles, California on November 10, 2014. Megan turned heads when she posted an Instagram picture of her in lingerie covered in blood with co-star James Franco and another actress over the weekend.
Megan Fox developed a skin allergy during a promotional visit to Beijing for the Chinese launch of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, which prevented her from attending the film’s premiere, although her people insisted her allergy was not caused by terrible pollution in Beijing.
Fox joined fellow castmember William Fichtner, producers Brad Fuller and Andrew Form and Paramount vice chairman Rob Moore at a press conference in the Shangri-La hotel in Beijing early on Sunday.
At the news conference, she spoke of how when she opened the windows of her hotel, she was able to see how beautiful Beijing was.
She then didn’t show up for the premiere later, and Chinese media and the Internet were abuzz with rumors she had developed a skin allergy from the pollution and had to cancel. Chinese actress Fan Bingbing attended the premiere instead. Fox had arrived in Beijing on Saturday, one of the most heavily polluted days of the year, when the Chinese capital was shrouded in vile smog.
“She had an allergic reaction but not because of the pollution,” a spokeswoman for the actress told The Hollywood Reporter.
In Beijing, people read their pollution index app the way other people check their watches or temperature gauges.
On Saturday, the CN Air Quality Index app that gives a reading for pollution was more than 500, or “beyond index,” in its reading for the most dangerous PM 2.5 particles. The concentration was more than 20 times higher than the 25 recommended for 24-hour exposure by the World Health Organization.
By Sunday, the pollution had cleared up, though. Fox’s schedule for Monday was reportedly canceled, although later sources said she was due to visit the Great Wall of China during the day. The pollution reading on Monday was 95, which is a “good” rating.
“In just one day, the goddess was brought down by the pollution,” wrote one commentator on Sohu. China is the world’s biggest carbon emitter and is heavily reliant on coal as a power source, getting 65 percent of its energy that way.
Another online commentator wrote that even aliens would not invade during this kind of pollution.
“Poor her. We Chinese have been living in pollution long enough to not be affected by it,” they wrote on Sina.
Pollution is also causing headaches for international firms seeking to locate and retain staffers in Beijing. In a survey by the European Union Chamber of Commerce this year, 68 percent of firms said they had experienced problems attracting talent and 64 percent retaining talent.