Ninja Mutant Turtles back for Christmas... in 2013

http://www-deadline-com.vimg.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/turtles__120314010341.jpgAccording to news published on the web Deadline, The movie studios Paramount and Nickelodeon Movies have given approval for the filming of the new film of "Ninja Turtles" and which has already release date, December 25 2013.

The negotiations have been successfully concluded and Paramount did not wait any longer to make public the official date for the premiere of what will be a new version and return to the big screen of the Ninja Turtles Donatello, Michelangelo, Leonardo and Raphael, for if anyone still had not stayed with the names of so tortuguiles characters. 

Although it will be a live action film, the turtles will be made ​​by computer, as usual in these films, similar to that seen in Avatar. This same technique was attempted in 2007 with the same characters in the movie "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles", however it only was a huge failure.

http://www.abandomoviez.net/db/fotog/db_fotog_8612.jpgThe script of the film that will be addressed, possibly by the South African director Jonathan Liebesman who has directed films like "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning" (2006) and "Invasion Earth" (2011), was written by the writers Art Marcum and Matt Holloway ("Iron Man") who were commissioned to do a first draft, after the writers Josh Appelbaum and Andrew Nemec ("Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol"). At present it is unknown whether the latter have begun a script from scratch or have been adapted from Marcum and Holloway. 

The franchise, which began with a series of comic books in black and white in 1984, gained widespread popularity when it became an animated series in 1987. After the first action film in 1990, the series spawned two sequels, a television series of action, a second animated series and a film made almost entirely by computer. 

Hardly a few more details of this new version, it is unclear whether they will be a docile turtles which gets into trouble and end up fighting with their enemies, or be a frightening and violent sea that will delight some fighting forces wrong. What we can advance is to be produced by Platinum Dunes producer Michael Bay, Brad Fuller and Andrew Form.

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