The first full trailer from the Michael Bay produced adventure is here, giving us our first tease of this highly anticipated reboot.
Four outcast brothers rise from the sewer to stop the diabolical Shredder and his evil Foot Clan in this Michael Bay produced adventure.
Michelangelo gets slammed into a jeep, while April O'Neil helps save the city from the diabolical Shredder. The full trailer debuts Thursday, March 27.
Now you can watch these Michael Bay movies as Optimus Prime or one of the four Ninja Turtles in theaters this summer.
Will Arnett is spotted as Vernon Fenwick, with the Michael Bay produced live-action film debuting its teaser trailer at CinemaCon tonight.
Producer Galen Walker announces that fans will get their first look at this live-action reboot from Michael Bay on April 4th.
Donatello, Raphael and Michelangelo are seen as toys in this latest look at the character designs in Paramount's reboot.
Get your first look at the screen versions of Michelangelo, Donatello, Raphael and Leonardo in Michael Bay's upcoming reboot.
Get your first look at the villain played by William Fichtner and a better shot of the turtles' final design in Michael Bay's upcoming adaptation.
New maquettes offer a better look at what Raphael, Donatello and Michelangelo might look like in this upcoming franchise reboot.
The image comes from a costume company's updated design for the character. The new look falls in line with a toy report from earlier this month.
The turtles will have a more traditional look, while Shredder is covered head to toe in blades. Find out more about what we can expect from Splinter and the Foot Soldiers.
The actor never read any of the comic books to prepare his role. He describes his process in playing the hothead of the group.
The actor reveals more about his character and the story. He has signed a three-picture deal, so we may get a trilogy.
Shredder himself confirms neither villain will be joining him. Star William Fichtner also teases new details about his own character.
Paramount shifts the release date two months away from the studio's other big-budget Michael Bay tentpole Transformers 4.
Megan Fox and Will Arnett are back in New York as shooting continues on director Jonathan Liebesman's reboot.
More set photos include an explosion in downtown New York and the appearance of Whoopi Goldberg.
The villain is seen in a motion capture suit, while the Michael Bay produced reboot gets a licensing deal with Pizza Hut for some unique Turtle furniture.