Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem’s first trailer has the warmth

Paramount Images’ Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem from director Jeff Rowe isn’t the handiest upcoming feature about fearless pizza-eating reptiles, but judging from its first trailer, it’s nearly undoubtedly going to be the easier-having a behold one who gets folks excited to look it.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem tells the familiar but all-contemporary story of grasp rat martial artist Splinter (Jackie Chan) and his four adoptive sons Donatello (Micah Abbey), Michelangelo (Shamon Brown Jr.), Leonardo (Nicolas Cantu), and Raphael (Brady Noon) — all of whom happen to be humanoid turtles mutated by sewer ooze. 

As tends to be the case in Ninja Turtles stories, Mutant Mayhem’s brothers are historical to retaining the streets of Contemporary York City bag by working within the shadows as they glean on foes like Bebop (Seth Rogen) and Rocksteady (John Cena). Nevertheless after years of retaining their hero work secret, the total boys in truth prefer is to be popular and cherished by their city as out of the ordinary younger folks like their contemporary pal April O’Neil (Ayo Edebiri).

Mutant Mayhem’s trailer makes obvious that it’ll be specializing within the turtles’ early years as they’re aloof knowing how to ultimate employ their abilities for honest. What in truth jumps out, though, is the movie’s stunning sketch-like art work direction and the gritty / grimy texturedness that defines the movie’s aesthetics — one thing that suddenly sets it except for other contemporary Turtles projects like Netflix’s Upward thrust of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles moreover stars Hannibal Buress, Rose Byrne, Ice Cube, Natasia Demetriou, Giancarlo Esposito, Post Malone, Paul Rudd, and Maya Rudolph. The movie hits theaters on August 4th, 2023.

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