The live-action/CGI hybrid will shoot for three days at the Big Tupper Ski Area in Tupper Lake, New York later this month.
The actor will next be seen as Gloss in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and was Aquaman on Smallville.
The co-creator of the original comic book reveals that the movie will have everything the fans want, and more.
Megan Fox will star in this live-action/CGI reboot of the popular cartoon and comic book, which was originally supposed to debut in May.
The troubled pair reconcile for this Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot directed by Jonathan Liebesman.
Jonathan Liebesman is directing this live-action/CGI adaptation of the popular Kevin Eastman comic book series.
Producer Michael Bay is leaving the decision to Director Jonathan Liebesman.
The renowned comic book artist doesn't want fans to worry about this live-action/CGI adaptation that Michael Bay is producing.
The producer reveals that screenplay by Andre Nemec and Josh Appelbaum is not being used for the movie anymore.
The original draft by Josh Applebaum and Andre Nemec confirms all of the fans' worst nightmares about this continuation of the franchise.
The original creator of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles calls this one of the best films yet, comparing it to The Raid: Redemption.
The studio has laid off pre-production staff members for a 10-week delay on this live-action reboot, now set for release on May 16, 2014.
Shooting may also move to early fall on the Vancouver set of this live-action reboot from producer Michael Bay.
TeleAmeriCorp's least likely Employee of the Month is back this Tuesday with all-new episodes of the hit Comedy Central series.
The rapper receives a drawing from original creator Kevin Eastman, and tells fans that they should not be worried about this reboot.
A new petition is also asking for the voice cast to be filled out by Workaholics Blake Anderson, Adam DeVine, and Anders Holm.
The producer of this live-action reboot goes on the offensive yet again, standing by his director.
'Adult Alien Ninja Turtles' anyone? Michael Bay drops the ball again.
Jonathan Liebesman defends Michael Bay's earlier comments, hinting they may use motion-capture technology for the turtles.