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[12.01.2006] GameFront meldet...
Ubisoft gibt bekannt, dass man ein Spiel auf Basis des CG-Films Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles entwickeln wird. Dazu wurde mit 4Kids Entertainment und der Mirage Group ein exklusives, weltweites Lizenzabkommen unterzeichnet.
Der Film wird von den Imagi Animation Studios produziert. Warner Bros. Pictures vertreibt den Streifen 2007 in den USA, die Weinstein Company hingegen weltweit. Plattformen wurden nicht genannt, das Spiel kommt 2007 auf den Markt.


[18.07.2005] CS! meldet...
The Weinstein Co. has teamed with Warner Bros. to distribute the first all-CG-animated Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, reports Variety.
The untitled film, set for release in early 2007, would return the franchise to the bigscreen for the first time since 1993. It continues the "Turtles" revival that began three years ago with the premiere of a new TV series.
"Reintroducing the Ninja Turtles in an animated movie will enable the filmmakers to fully realize the adventure and humor of the property," Weinstein said.
The trade says the CG-animated movie will be grittier than its predecessors, taking its tone directly from the comic book series. It will be aimed at PG auditions.
Animation veteran Kevin Munroe will write and direct. Munroe is developing the screenplay in consultation with "Turtles" comic book co-creator Peter Laird.


[16.05.2005] Bei JoBlo.com gibt es ein Teaser-Poster für den CGI-Film...

[11.04.2005] Gamerz-Edge sprach kürzlich mit Kevin Munroe über die Filmumsetzung...
[...] we’re going after a moodier and darker grit that will give us a lot of negative/black areas on screen. The color palate is going to be rich, but we won’t be throwing every color under the sun on frame at once. The animation and boarding will be heavily influenced by our collective love of comic book style. The tests we’ve done so far are looking amazing - like a hand-painted dark graphic novel. As for the Turtles themselves, well, you’ll just have to stay tuned for that one. We’ve been working very closely with Peter and Mirage to develop the look. But rest assured that these are not bubbly turtles in a half shell from the first TV series [...]

[30.03.2005] Gamerz-Edge meldet...
[...] Imagi Services President and CEO Tom Gray announces the signing of Kevin Munroe to write and direct a new CGI-animated feature-length Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles will ramp-up their booming revival with an animated film that will take advantage of new technology developed since the last Turtles film was released in 1993. Now in pre-production, the film is targeted for U.S. release in spring 2007.
Kevin Munroe has done extensive animation work during the last decade including video games, television series, and original comic books. He has worked in developing both the writing and design of animated projects for companies such as Disney, Warner Bros., Cartoon Network, WWE, Fox Kids, The Henson Company, Kids WB, Dark Horse Entertainment, IDW Publishing and Nickelodeon. Besides working in all aspects of production design and storyboarding on shows such as Nickelodeon’s "Hey Arnold!," Munroe also created, wrote, produced, designed, and directed the CGI Christmas special "Donner" for ABC. His projects have been optioned by Walt Disney Feature Animation, Stan Winston Studios, and Brett Ratner’s Rat Entertainment in addition to co-writing another Imagi feature, Cat Tale. Munroe’s writer/director deal was negotiated by Gray and Alan Grodin of Weissmann, Wolff, et al., and Brent Weinstein of UTA.
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have enjoyed over 20 years of success in the U.S. and around the globe. Having shot to mainstream popularity with hit TV series, top grossing films, number one selling toys and enduring comic books, the property has generated over $6 billion in revenue. The first of the three live-action films grossed $135 million domestically, setting a seven-year box office record for independent releases. Today, the new hit TMNT TV series is in its third season with a fourth set to run through 2006 on 4Kids TV (formerly Fox Box) and the Cartoon Network in the U.S. In addition, the show is broadcast in major markets throughout Western and Eastern Europe, Asia, Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, and Australia.
The new TMNT film will be produced by Tom Gray (who guided the first Turtles trilogy through production) and Galen Walker of Imagi. Executive Producers are Francis Kao, Gary Richardson, Frederick Fierst, and Peter Laird, who co-created the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles with Kevin Eastman. The picture deal was conducted by Gray and Walker of Imagi, Grodin of Weissmann, Wolff, et al., Richardson of Mirage Licensing, and Fierst of Fierst, Pucci & Kinder.


[10.02.2005] Moviehole meldet...
Those pizza-eating yabbing lime sea creatures are eyeing a return to the silver screen - hopefully without Vanilla Ice providing the tunes.
The official Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles site says a third sequel (to the live-action series) is in the works. "We're currently working with a studio on a new film. If we can come to an agreement on the script and they can find a distributor for the movie (neither of which are guaranteed), we hope to have a new movie in theaters in 2007".
A couple of years back, Director John Woo was working on a new "Turtles" pic - which he was hoping to film with CGI. It didn't come off.


[10.10.2003] Phantastik.de meldet...
Pläne von John Woo, die "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" ins Kino zu bringen wurden nun offenbar ad acta gelegt. Laut der Site "Toonzone" werde nun versucht, statt eines CGI-Films einen vierten Realfilm zu realisieren.

[27.06.2003] Bei Giga Games gibt es Bilder und Infos zum "Ninja Turtles"-Multiplattform-Prügler...
[...] Grafisch können die Turtles schon jetzt überzeugen: Nicht nur, dass Donatello und Co. nun erwachsener und dank fehlender Pupillen ungleich düsterer als in den Neunzigern aussehen, auch die angesagte Cel Shading-Grafik vermittelt ein überzeugendes Comic-Flair. Moderne Technik gepaart mit zeitlos-unkompliziertem Prügelgameplay: Wenn Publisher "Konami" keine gravierenden Fehler macht, dürften Schildkrötenliebhaber im Oktober ein neues Lieblingsspiel haben.

[14.02.2003] CineCon zitiert Peter Laird...
"Mirage Studios last year signed a deal with a company called Digital Rim. It was an option deal to co-develop a live action or CGI movie. John Woo is a partner in Digital Rim. The press release went out that said what I just said. People picked up on it ands translated that to mean that John Woo is going to direct a Turtles movie. That was never true. We hoped he would be involved and I think he even released something that said he was interested. That option is now expired, anyway. Ain't It Cool just blew up with all these funny posts excited about John Woo directing it."

[28.01.2003] Dark Horizons meldet...
Acclaimed author Peter David indicated on his website that Dreamwave has approcahed him about doing a new series to tie in with the new animated TV show.

[22.11.2002] Die Offizielle TMNT Website hat einige Skizzen zur TV-Serie veröffentlicht, die im Februar 2003 beim US-Sender FOX gezeigt werden wird... Unter TMNT.TV gibt es weitere Infos zur Serie...

[03.08.2002] Die Offizielle TMNT Website meldet...
Despite the statements that you may have read online made by Corey Feldman, rest assured that the new cartoon will debut on Fox in the first quarter of 2003 - probably in late February or March. We're currently in negotiations with several studios interested in doing a fourth TMNT movie - so that hasn't been scrapped either. =O)

[02.08.2002] Moviehole sprach mit Corey Feldman...
Have you got time to do more Ninja Turtles voices though?
Ha Ha. I don't think there will be any more. I heard the idea for the cartoon just got scratched, and the film that John Woo planned to make has also been scratched. So I doubt it.


[04.06.2002] SciFi.com sprach mit John Woo...
Director/producer John Woo told SCI FI Wire that his proposed Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie would use computer animation instead of animatronic puppets, as did the 1990s series of live-action movies based on the comic franchise. Woo will produce the proposed new film and a television series based on it. "We're still planning," Woo said in an interview. "I [will] work on this project as a producer with my partner, Terence Chang, as co-producer. The other companies [Digital Rim Entertainment and Mirage Studios] wanted to start with television first and then make a movie. Now we're starting with a story."
Woo said that computer animation would give Turtles a different feel from the previous film versions. "CGI can create more interesting techniques," he said. "It's also good for designing some of the crazy action. On the other hand, we want to be closer to the original [comic book], try to make it more moody and darker. CGI can create that kind of mood." New Line Cinema, producers of the three previous Turtles films, is not reported to be involved in the CGI version.


[13.12.2001] Laut PlanetRacers.com wird es eine "Director´s Cut"-DVD von "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" (1990) geben...
[...] I asked Steve if he would be willing to work on a director's cut version of the film for a DVD release, and he said "Sure!" Whether or not the film still exists to use for a project like this, I don't know. But it sure would be cool! Maybe it's time to start bugging New Line...

[02.12.2001] Bei NinjaTurtles.com gibt es jetzt den CGI-Pilot (Benötigt Quicktime)...

[05.10.2001] Dark Horizons berichtet, dass Brendan McCarthy "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 4" plant...
I was able to find out that he has just finished work designing a look for a new live-action "NINJA TURTLES" movie, planned for release even if there is a John Woo CGI feature! He said that he had also written the storyline with his original collaborator on the first Turtle movie, the director Steve Barron. He wouldn't say anything about the movie's plot, but suggested that it was a fairly "adult" treatment of the characters.

[12.08.2001] PlanetRacers.com hat die - vorerst - letzten Bilder veröffentlicht...
Raph fights a Foot soldier, Mike spars with Splinter, mousers attack, Raphael and Triceratons, Raph shushes Mike, and Splinter wins! This will be the last batch of frame grabs I'll be posting for a while.

[09.08.2001] PlanetRacers.com hat weitere Bilder veröffentlicht...
Don with welding torch, Leo watches over Splinter, battle atop the truck, Raphael on motorcycle, the Shredder in his HQ, and TMNT vehicle emerges from secret garage.

[29.07.2001] PlanetRacers.com hat weitere Bilder veröffentlicht...
Don battles a Shredder Elite, Foot vehicle vs. Turtle vehicle, Leo with (?), Mike with yucky pizza, Raph and Casey on truck, and Don with Splinter.

[21.07.2001] PlanetRacers.com hat weitere Bilder veröffentlicht...
Here's a further bit of a look at the short CGI TMNT pilot recently produced by Rainbow Studios in collaboration with Mirage Studios. The great guys at Rainbow just sent me a disk with over 9000 (!) indivdual JPEG's representing every frame of the animation. Thanks, dudes! The quality of these JPEG's is the best yet. From top to bottom, they are: TMNT comic in a sewer stream, Mike with his "chuks", the Shredder, and a group shot of the boys in broad daylight...

[15.07.2001] PlanetRacers.com hat weitere Bilder veröffentlicht und die alten in besserer Qualität !!!
These are four frame grabs from a MiniDV copy of the master tape from Rainbow (thanks, guys!). The quality is a bit better, though for some reason the colors seem darker. (I've also replaced the frame grabs seen in previous "Blasts" with their MiniDV counterparts.) From top to bottom, they are: Leo in a tunnel, the Shredder with three Elite Guards, a group shot of the turtles, and Leo underwater..

[07.07.2001] Auf der Offiziellen Website gibt es ein Interview mit Peter Laird, in denen er auf die neuen TMNT Projekte eingeht...

[06.07.2001] PlanetRacers.com hat weitere Bilder veröffentlicht...
Here's a further bit of a look at the short CGI TMNT pilot recently produced by Rainbow Studios in collaboration with Mirage Studios. These are four frame grabs from a VHS tape. [...] April O'Neil, two Foot soldiers in a vehicle, a Destroyer Mechanoid, and Raphael fighting a Foot soldier on top of a truck.

[02.07.2001] PlanetRacers.com hat noch 2 Bilder veröffentlicht...

[30.06.2001] Coming Soon! berichtet...
"This is one piece of information I am privy to due to my position, I dont want to give away my occupation or position for fear of losing it! But here is some info on the new Turtles Movie. Firstly splinter will Die at the End. Thats the biggest news i have but i have only seen the beggining of the script and most of that was draft work but i have been told and had it confirmed that Splinter is a goner."
"Secondly Woo is going all out for this film I've seen some preliminary sketches he's had drawn and it's very much in the style of his earlier work. And finally there's going to be more than 4 Turtles in this film."


[28.06.2001] Coming Attractions hat 2 CGI-Bilder veröffentlicht, die bei PlanetRacers.com aufgetaucht sind...

[21.06.2001] AICN und Empire Online berichten, dass John Woo eine computeranimierte Neuverfilmung von "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" plant... Eine computeranimierte Zeichentrickserie sei ebenfalls in Arbeit... John Woo meint: ""I've always loved the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles [...] It's one of the greatest action-adventure properties ever." - Er will aber zurück zu den Ursprüngen der "Turtles" - dem düsteren Comic... Verantwortlich für die Umsetzung ist die Firma Digital Rim - ein Zusammenschluss von Digital Dream Studios (DDS), Rainbow Studios, John Woo und Terence Chang...


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