A new version of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles The streets of New York City are about to take over, and the world isn’t ready for the amount of action, adventure, and pizza slices they’re about to bring with them. Share via a new feature IGNViewers can get a new look behind the scenes Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem, and how some of the voice performances were captured for the project. The entire video is introduced by Seth Rogenwho is a producer and screenwriter has a deep passion for the characters he has been working on for the past few years.
In the film, the Turtles have been living in New York City for years, but the townspeople haven’t really enjoyed their company. To become beloved members of their community, the young heroes decide to make the town fall in love with them through heroic deeds. However, due to their lack of experience and young age, they cause more problems than they can solve, further complicating their relationship with the people of New York. Public perception won’t be the end of their problems, as a mutant rebellion is brewing across their city.
An impressive voice cast has been assembled to bring the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles back to the big screen. When it comes to the title team, Micah Abbey voice Donatello, Shaman Brown Jr Michelangelo was cast, Nicholas Cantu Leonardo and will be depicted Brady Noon Raphael will be the voice behind. The vigilantes have to give up some of their childish behavior to become the heroes their city needs, and stopping the mutant revolution before it gets out of control is a good first step. There’s no telling what will happen when the Ninja Turtles make their long-awaited return later this summer.