WHO’S IN IT?
Megan Fox (Jennifer’s Body), Stephen Amell (Arrow), Will Arnett (The LEGO Movie), William Fichtner (The Dark Knight), Brian Tee (Jurassic World), Tyler Perry (Gone Girl), Brittany Ishibashi (Lions for Lambs), Laura Linney (Kinsey), Johnny Knoxville (Jackass), Alan Ritchson (The Wedding Ringer), Noel Fisher (Red), Jeremy Howard (The Grinch), Tony Shalhoub (Barton Fink), Gary Anthony Williams (Soul Plane), Stephen “Sheamus” Farrelly (The Escapist), Brad Garrett (Everybody Loves Raymond), Pete Ploszek (Parks and Recreation), Danny Woodburn (Watchmen)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Dave Green (Earth to Echo), director; Josh Appelbaum (Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol) and André Nemec (October Road), writers; Michael Bay (Transformers), Andrew Form (The Purge), Bradley Fuller (Project Almanac), Scott Mednick (Jamesy Boy) and Galen Walker (TMNT), producers; Steve Jablonsky (Ender’s Game), composer; Lula Carvalho (RoboCop), cinematographer; Christian Wagner (Fast & Furious 7), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
The Turtles – Leonardo (Knoxville), Raphael (Ritchson), Michelangelo (Fisher) and Donatello (Howard) – go up against their returning enemy the Shredder (Tee), who has hired mad scientist Baxter Stockman (Perry) to create rival mutants Bebop (Williams) and Rocksteady (Farrelly). Meanwhile, when interdimensional being Krang (Armisen) decides to invade Earth, the Turtles must defeat them with the help of human friends April O’Neil (Fox), Vern Fenwick (Arnett) and the vigilante Casey Jones (Amell)…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
It’s the biggest, loudest and dumbest Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie yet – but even we have to admit, it DOES look a lot more fun than its just-plain-dumb predecessor (damn you, Michael Bay!)