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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Sure. Fine. Whatever.

Splinter Is In The New TMNT Commercial. Well, The Back Of His Head Is, Anyway.

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie recently revealed new cast members. Specifically, Tony Shaloub as the voice of Splinter (although Danny Woodburn actually played him during filming). This new commercial gives us a brief look at the character, at least enough to know he’s retaining his wicked ‘stache.

(via Geekosystem)

Previously in TMNT


Consider the Following

Megan Fox Talks TMNT, April O’Neil, and Sailor Moon

Why did Megan Fox join the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie without hesitation? For the love of turtles.


I'll Allow It

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Teaser Posters Just Show Hands, Way Less Horrifying Than Teaser Trailer

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, teaching kids that a person can be both cool and rude since 1987. And that posters can be cool while the rest of the movie is probably going to reeeeally blow.


Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Michael B. Jordan, Stop Making Me Love You

Michael B. Jordan posted this picture to Instagram with the caption “The Torch has been passed! #FlameOn.” Dammit, Michael. You’re giving me palpitations. (Blastr)


Power Grid

We Asked, You Answered: The Mary Sue Readers Sound Off The Summer Movies of 2014

It seems like it was winter just yesterday, but already summer movie season is starting in the US with today’s release of a little movie called Captain America: The Winter Soldier. A ton of movies are coming out over the next few months, some that we’re looking forward to here at The Mary Sue (Guardians of the Galaxy), some that we’re… not (Transformers: Age of Extinction). But we got curious: Which ones are you most looking forward to? So we asked. What follows is a roundup of the 2014 summer movie season, ranked from the flick you’re are least anticipating to the one you’re most chomping at the bit for. We’ve included our thoughts as well, plus a general sample of the responses we got to each film. (Are you in there? Step up and claim your wit!)

Does the breakdown surprise you, or is it just about what you thought it would be?  Do you differ from the majority? Sound off in the comments.


Imagine What You'll Know Tomorrow

Johnny Knoxville & Tony Shaloub Will Voice Main Characters In Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Ummmmm…one of these men will voice Splinter, while the other will be one of the four turtles.


Submitted For Your Approval

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Writer Says the Film Is Really Light and Fun, Honest

A common criticism of the first Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles trailer, released yesterday, is that looks a lot darker than what most fans of the original “cowabunga!”-filled Saturday morning cartoon expected, both tonally and visually. Another criticism: That it looks like a generic Hollywood blockbuster, all the charm of the original leeched out of it. A third: That it just looks bad. In an interview with Coming Soon screenwriter André Nemec talked about the first criticism, though not the second or third. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles isn’t dark! It’s a light, fun movie! A light, fun movie where buildings collapse and everything is shadowy and the turtles look like they were spat forth from some fiery hellscape.

Take your kids!


i'll just leave this here

The First Trailer For Michael Bay’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

And so here that is.

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Get Back To Basics With This Pop Culture Alphabet

This charming series is the work of Jeff Victor, whose art we’ve featured previously. If you have young ones this might benefit — or an empty spot on your grown-up wall — he’s got a poster print available for sale. The V, W, and X panel makes for an interesting discussion piece on the signature outfits of female characters, wouldn’t you say?


Our Adorable Past

Craig Davison Paints Children and the Fictional Characters They Pretend to Play

Craig Davison has a series of paintings where he depicts kids in pretend play, and the character’s they’re emulating. The result is pretty adorable. Many more can be found on his site.