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While the first Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film was not critically loved, it did remarkably well at the box office and a sequel was ensured. Now we have a new trailer for the sequel.
Megan Fox hates Jonah Hex so much she's not going to allow her kids to watch it.
Megan Fox explains why she thinks Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows will be a major improvement over the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 has a new look, a new trailer and a new title for all of you fans to behold. Strangely enough, it's dropped about a day early, but we have it clear as bell, waiting for you to devour within this very link.
The last time we saw the ass-kicking ladies on screen, they were personified by Cameron Diaz, Lucy Liu and Drew Barrymore. Even though Barrymore recently confided plans for a potential third movie, this franchise reset likely would look for fresh faces to fill its titular trio.
A new video from the set of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 has leaked and shows a scene involving Stephen Amell’s Casey Jones and Megan Fox's April O’Neil up to something in a police station.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 is currently filming in New York City. The studio is upping the ante the second time around with a number of classic character appearances, but they're keeping the best one close to the vest. We've learned that a classic villain from TMNT canon will be making an appearance in TMNT 2.
We actually got a reboot of the beloved franchise after more than two decades, but it completely fell flat on its face under the weight of CGI and Megan Fox’s so-called “acting.” Now, as if to kick an enemy in the stomach when he’s down, a new installment of Honest Trailers series has arrived to drive the final nail into the coffin.
Megan Fox has been an open book on this Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles publicity tour. She has professed love for Secret of the Ooze, and Vanilla Ice’s “Ninja Rap” (because, duh). And she just revealed a hidden cameo, despite admitting in an interview that she’s probably not supposed to give it away.
The new reboot of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles has been surrounded by controversy from the very beginning. To start, of course, there were those who didn’t feel like a reboot was really necessary, but then the project started dealing with public minefields regarding Michael Bay’s involvement, alien origins, misleading quotes identifying William Fichtner as Shredder, snoutless Turtles, and more.
Dressed in April O'Neil's trademark yellow -- or a yellow jacket, anyway -- Megan Fox stares down at a table of weapons in the latest image from Jonathan Liebesman's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The new photo comes almost exactly three months ahead of the live-action film's anticipated arrival in theaters.
Like it or not, Megan Fox is April O'Neil, the fearless and open-minded human buddy of the titular teens of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles live-action movie. But she's claiming nerd cred on this one, insisting she's loved the turtles since she was a kid, just like the rest of us.
When it comes to voicing opinions about all things Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, the millions of hardcore fans – and the millions who have left it behind like old pizza crust – will never be more outspoken than the half-shelled heroes’ co-creators Peter Laird or Kevin Eastman, who have rarely been shy about letting their feelings known about current projects
The Ninja Turtles project was put on ice at Paramount and shifted back to a 2014 release date. The Fox news is the first sign that the wheels on the production are spinning, even though Bay himself will be shifting into Transformers 4 mode very quickly. But what do you think Fox will do in a new TNMT movie?
From the looks of this clip, Fox has been cast to serve a similar purpose to hers in Friends With Kids, where her youth, flexibility, and perky breasts became a point of envy to the comedy's older female lead. In the red band featurette, Leslie Mann's age-fearing Debbie full-on feels up Fox over these anxieties. And here we see how the dudes react, which is to say predictably by gawking.
The women are doing it for themselves! What's not to like about that, right? Of course, when Saldana took maters into her own hands and starred in the action vehicle Colombiana it didn't turn out that well. But while we continue knowing virtually nothing about Swindle, why not assume it will be great?
Kids focuses on writer-director Jennifer Westfeldt (Kissing Jessica Stein) and the always funny Adam Scott as best friends who try to pro-create without committing to a long-term relationship. If you think that sounds sitcom-ish … well, wait until you see the trailer.
It's a far more egalitarian execution than the film's first promo poster, which debuted earlier this month. There Westfeldt and Scott, who are the leads, are relegated to tiny windows off to the sides while Megan Fox, who has a minor role in the narrative, is front and center along with Wiig and Hamm. I understand the promotional strategy behind highlighting Friends With Kids' most famous (thereby most marketable) cast members, but the image below totally distorts the focus of the film.
Billy Crystal has hosted the Academy Awards eight times, but, in poetic fashion, it's also been 8 years since he last did it. But it's not only from the Oscar stage that he's disappeared. With the exception of his uncredited role in 2010's Tooth Fairy, Crystal hasn't been in a live-action movie since 2002's Analyze That. For that reason, it's totally understandable why William Fichtner had to send Josh Duhamel and Megan Fox to Mongolia to hunt him down.
Megan Fox became famous as the beautiful girl who teamed up with Shia LaBeouf to fight the robots from outer space in the first two Transformers movies, but she's stuck around in the public eye partly because she's a great interview, willing to talk about most anything in a frank and funny way. Now, here at the Toronto Film Festival she's getting a chance to show off that sense of humor onscreen in Friends With Kids