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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, subtitled Out of the Shadows, and the footage shows a little bit more of the plot, and a lot more of the action. Check it out.
If there was any reason to believe that Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows was going to be light on the action, you can relax. There will be plenty of chases, fights, and things exploding. We can see some new scenes of the Turtle Van car chase, as well as Casey Jones (Stephen Amell) being chased by Rocksteady through a bunch of parked cars. In addition, we get what looks to be a fun aerial scene of the turtles making a jump from one airplane on to another. Something that works out much better for some of the turtles than for others. We also get a brief sequence on top of whatever Technodrome like floating spacecraft is apparently hanging out over New York.
While the new trailer doesn’t give us any new insight into how the attacking aliens will be fitting into the larger film, we do learn some new things about what will be going on with the Ninja Turtles. It seems that the ooze that will be used to turn Rocksteady and Bebop from street thugs into massive animals can also potentially be used to turn the turtles into humans. The idea that the four of them may no longer need to hide the sewers is an attractive idea to some but not, apparently, for all of them. This looks to lead to some dissension in the ranks that will prevent the Ninja Turtles from fighting as a cohesive unit.
We do get one brief shot in the trailer, which, while a little hard to make out, does appear to show Krang’s body fighting the turtles. They’re not apparently doing very well.
What do you think of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows? How does it compare to your early impressions of the last film? Let us know what you think in the comments.