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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2014 Movie New Behind The Scenes Photos Here! Michael Bay’s TMNT To Hit IMAX Theaters On Summer

June 02, 2014 07:41 AM EDT

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If Transformers wasn't enough, Michael Bay is bringing another childhood classic back in the big screen for some full-on action and on IMAX! All-time favorite classic Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2014 Movie will hit the big screen this summer.

On August 8, as announced by Paramount Pictures, Michael Bay's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2014 movie will be seen on selected IMAX theatres.

"Longtime partners Michael Bay and Jonathan Liebesman have done a wonderful job of updating this classic franchise for a next-generation audience," said Greg Foster, Senior Executive Vice President, IMAX Corp. and CEO of IMAX Entertainment. "We look forward to teaming up with Paramount and bringing these fun, relatable and action-fueled characters to life in the most immersive way possible -- through The IMAX Experience."

Familiar faces from Bay's former movies are seen in the reboot of TMNT as Megan Fox will be playing the role of reporter April O'Neil.

On the set photos are seen with Megan Fox staying as sexy as ever and even having a very fit body even after giving birth and also Will Arnett. See pictures above.

Jonathan Liebesman, who directed a lot of reputable movies like the Wrath Of The Titans, Battle: Los Angeles and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, will be the one directing the reboot of the cartoon pizza-eating classic.

In an interview with  last April 2013, Bay was asked his approach on this film because fans thought at first that they would make the turtle's enemies aliens, which weirded out fans.

Michael Bay said in the interview: "There was that quote saying that we're making [the Ninja Turtles as] aliens. We're not. It's the ooze! It's from the original source material. These are from the original writers, and I never went out to correct myself in the press. I do listen to the fans and I do want this to be authentic. I think they're going to be really happy with this movie. When I see the digital stuff, the turtles look great."

The new turtles movie haven't received any praises so far with the very noticeable human-like nose job the Raphael, Donatelo, Michelangelo and Leonardo got as seen in the released trailer of the new movie.

In an interview with Comic Book Movie by the creator of the original comic book, Peter Laird (1984), the new Michael Bay produced film didn't excite him as well as other fans around social media.

"the changes to the basic design of the Turtles seemed to me to fall into the "fixing what is not broken" category. It's altogether possible that, in the context of this new movie, these designs will work well and not seem so odd, but I still point to what Jim Henson's "Creature Shop" team did with their rendering of the Turtles in rubber and paint as the best translation (in live action, anyway) of the Turtles as Kevin Eastman and I created them."

" of the big problems (for me, anyway) with the new look created for the upcoming movie - with those noses and very expressive lips, their faces look too human. Perhaps it is just my own personal preference, but the "noseless beak" look for the Turtles which Kevin and I used in all of our comics, and in pretty much all of the licensed material during the Mirage days (and which was really there from the very beginning, when Kevin drew that first "ninja turtle") is, in my opinion, a great way to immediately show that these guys are not human - they're mutated reptiles. Creatures."

The new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Movie, which is produced by Michael Bay, is expected to be out August of this year.

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