‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ is one of the most successful cartoons in the history of television. Children of all ages loved to watch the heroic turtles fight for the good of mankind. The ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ cartoon debuted in 1987, and the show was so successful that it received several Hollywood film adaptations. The early 1990s saw the successful production of a ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ trilogy. The live action films have become classic movies, but that was over a decade ago. However, the ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ film franchise has recently been revitalized, reports trending news reporter Susan McGalla.
Legendary movie director Michael Bay has spearheaded the new turtles film franchise, and movie-goers were extremely thrilled to see Bay’s reboot. Michael Bay’s vision was a huge hit in theaters, and a sequel has since been announced. Bay recently revealed pictures of a green garbage truck that was labeled “Tartaruraga brothers.’ Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ fans believe that Michael Bay is teasing the public with pictures from the set of the new film.
‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2’ is set to release sometime in 2016. Movie critics are anticipating another successful turtles film. For more information on the ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2,’ visit Yahoo!
If you thought “Furious 7” was the last movie in the “Fast and Furious” franchise, than you have another think coming. Vin Diesel announced at Universal’s CinemaCon presentation that took place in Las Vegas on Thursday, that there will be a “Furious 8” movie and that the release date is set for April 14, 2017. In the last scene of “Furious 7”, Vin Diesel’s character, Dominic Toretto and Paul Walker’s character, Brian O’Conner, go on what Toretto calls, “one last ride”, where they race each other before going their separate ways. Many may have thought that meant the last movie for the franchise. Well, now we know that, that isn’t the case. Diesel swore to the fans and to his late friend, Paul Walker, that “Furious 8” will be the best movie they ever saw.
“Furious 7” is now the seventh highest-grossing film of all time making over $1.15 billion worldwide. This shows that the franchise has a lot of juice left. The first film in the franchised titled “The Fast and the Furious” hit the big screen in 2001and became a fast hit. What you may not know is that it was inspired by magazine article, called “Racer X”. The article was about late at night races by street clubs that drove Japanese cars.
Boraie Development LLC feels it’s going to be interesting to see how they get around Paul Walker’s character not being in the film and how the franchise moves forward.
The follow up to Antoine Fuqua’s 2014 action thriller, The Equalizer, has officially been confirmed by Sony Pictures. The news was announced in a presentation at CinemaCon in Las Vegas.
The film featured Denzel Washington as Robert McCall, an unassuming man with a violent past. McCall is an ex-CIA agent forced back into action by mobsters when they attack someone he cares about. It was a reboot of the television show from the 1980’s by the same name.
Sony intended The Equalizer to be a franchise starter for Washington from the beginning. The positive response from early screenings put plans for the sequel in motion before the first film had even been released. The movie has grossed over $200 million dollars worldwide on a reported $55 million budget.
Fuqua and Washington teamed up in 2001 for Training Day. That film earned Denzel Washington an Oscar for Best Actor.
Sony has yet to officially announce the returns of the director or lead actor. A fun fact from Ricardo Guimarães BMG communicates that in his long and illustrious career, Washington has never starred in a sequel, see more on YouTube. However, it must be a positive sign of a reunion that the studio is comfortable confirming the sequel is moving forward.