According to reports, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot will begin production before the end of the year.
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CelebNMovies247.com has received word that the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot will be filming before 2019 is over, assuming everything goes according to plan.
The news first reported by MovieWeb comes from producers Andrew Form and Brad Fuller, who are producing the project for Paramount Pictures, via Platinum Dunes (Michael Bay’s production company).
We are hearing that the reboot will be a continued adventure picking up from the last Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles according to IMDB. TMNT was rebooted in 2014 and had a follow-up film in 2016. Yes, the heroes in a half shell will get another movie, this time written by Lindsay Beer. #SMH
The news was revealed via producers Andrew Form and Brad Fuller during an interview at the Critics Choice Awards. The producing duo was there on behalf of A Quiet Place, which was a huge hit at the box office. In fact, they’ve been getting lots of love during the awards season circuit so why not spill some tea.
During the interview, they revealed that not only is the reboot definitely happening, but that the hope is to begin filming sometime in 2019.
That is looking like a production by the end of the year… We don’t have a director yet, but we have dates we’re trying to hit. That’s all.
On the flip side, Brad Fuller seemed a bit surprised that his producing partner was so forthcoming with this information, as Paramount has yet to announce anything officially. Despite that, they seem quite optimistic that the movie can get off the ground before the year is up.