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March 27, 2012
Michael Bay says they wont let you down with ‘Ninja Turtles’
— Posted by The Amazing Anthony
Michael Bay has once again decided to take to the internetz to try to do some damage control on the incredible amount of attention and backlash regarding the purported changes to our 4 favorite turtles. He gives some insight about the name change and once again re-affirms tha the movie will be made with the best intentions in mind for the fans. So Chill.
Source: Coming Soon
And there you have it. I honestly didn’t expect this much backlash for the changes to the origin but I do understand why. I honestly believe that they might try to preserve the main characteristics of the characters and have the potential to deliver something enjoyable. Hell, they’re all fans of the series too! Liebesman, at the tender age of 35, might actually be within the age bracket of those who watched the cartoon and film series as a kid so there honestly is potential for some truth to the statement. Plus the premise isn’t too far outside his ‘lane’ of filmmaking.
Either way when this film finally gets past all this insane internet hate and makes it to theaters there will still be internet hate from those nutso people with too much time and a keyboard who will try to rationalize why the mutagenic properties found in the inGen canister that leaked into a sewer to transform 4 random reptiles and a rat into 5 walking talking humanoids who practice martial arts and gorge large amounts of pizza is a much better/rational explanation than 4 walking talking humonid turtles from outer space who practice martial arts and possibly gorge large amounts of pizza. Seriously?
Personally I think if you’re old enough to have watched this stuff as a kid than you’re old enough to realize that you shouldn’t care about the origin of characters aimed at children.
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