After 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out Of The Shadows' and its so-so success, it looks like Paramount wants to kick the heroes in a half-shell into reboot mode.
It's hard to know exactly what that entails, but Variety is reporting that 'Bad Words' screenwriter Andrew Dodge has been drafted in to make an attempt. The last film, which starred Irish WWE superstar Sheamus as Rocksteady (who we made take our TMNT personality quiz) to Gary Anthony Williams' Bebop, made just $245 million against a production budget of $135 million and received poor reviews as well.
There's been no word on recasting, but considering how the first rebooted 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' starred Megan Fox as April O'Neill and the second one starred 'Arrow' lead Stephen Amell as Casey Jones, it seems likely there'll be changes afoot.
Afoot. Foot Soldiers. Anyway, no release date has been set for the third 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' movie, so we'll just round this out with the best TV theme tune of the late '80s and a bit of trivia - the original cartoon series was animated in Dublin AND the voice of Shredder was James Avery, best known as Uncle Phil from 'The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air'.