RISE OF THE TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES: THE MOVIE First Trailer Now Online

RISE OF THE TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES: THE MOVIE First Trailer Now Online RISE OF THE TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES: THE MOVIE First Trailer Now Online

Netflix and Nickelodeon have debuted the first full trailer for Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie, which is set to hit the streaming service this August. Take a look...

By MarkCassidy - Jul 06, 2022 09:07 AM EST

"If this isn't the poster shot, someone's getting fired."

Netflix has released the first full trailer for Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie, which is set to premiere on August 5.

Serving as a feature-length continuation of the Nickelodeon animated series that ran for two seasons from 2018 to 2020, ROTTMNT begins with Casey Jones travelling back in time to warn the heroic brothers about a impending alien invasion from The Krangs.

The Turtles, along with Splinter and April O'Neill, prepare to face the imminent threat, but must do so without their magical abilities. As Leo points out, they still have a ninja's greatest weapon to work with: hope.

When TMNT fans got a first look at the Nickelodeon show, it's fair to say the animation style was not very well received. But over the course of its two-season run, Rise managed to win over most of the doubters with a funny, entertaining adventure that stayed (mostly) true to the original animated series (if not the significantly darker Mirage Studios comics).

Check out the new trailer below, and let us know what you think in the comments section.

Rise of The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie will see Ben Schwartz, Brandon Mychal Smith, Omar Benson Miller, and Josh Brenner reprise their roles as Leonardo Michelangelo, Raphael, and Donatello, respectively, along with Kat Graham and Eric Bauza as April O'Neil and Splinter. Additional cast members include Haley Joel Osment, Rhys Darby, and John Michael Higgins.

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tylerzero
tylerzero - 7/6/2022, 10:04 AM
“Rise of” in a movie title…

valmic
valmic - 7/6/2022, 10:07 AM
The adhd that is this show is too much for me. The animation and art is great but the designs of the turtles always felt like they were trying too hard to be different to me. And now hearing sonic as Leonardo really takes me out of it.
FinnishDude
FinnishDude - 7/6/2022, 10:08 AM
So weird to release this two years after the series ended, especially since, to my understanding, it was reportedly close to being finished soon after the finale aired (I think this movie was originally going to be a bridge between seasons 2 and 3,before they got cancelled). You would think they would want to push this out as soon as possible to get this version of the franchise done and out of people's minds, before the next reboot.
Osborn
Osborn - 7/10/2022, 2:59 AM
@FinnishDude - I know Nick killed the show early 'cause the action figures weren't selling, they must be somehow obligated to realease the movie but they don't want to as you say it's probably just so it's done and the next gen can come around.
marvel72
marvel72 - 7/6/2022, 1:25 PM
FearTheLiving
FearTheLiving - 7/6/2022, 1:31 PM
The animation is cool, but I'm still not a fan of the style and this adaptation as a whole of the turtles... that being said I'm sure they'll reboot and start over in another year or so because that seems to be the cycle of the TMNT.
Jacory
Jacory - 7/6/2022, 1:36 PM
I suppose I'm the only one that thinks this looks interesting.
Henchman4Hire
Henchman4Hire - 7/6/2022, 4:23 PM
I never watched this show...but, like, is it the same exact voice cast as DuckTales?
Osborn
Osborn - 7/10/2022, 2:57 AM
Anyone who remotely likes animation can say this show was a gem, it did have adhd with very goofy scenarios but when it came to more meaty story arc it was as good as any TMNT show. Nick killed the show in its prime, I was beginning to think they killed the movie too. But for those who think the show is childish baby drawings you don't know a miracle when it's there, that's why we can't have good things.
Osborn
Osborn - 7/10/2022, 3:15 AM
I'm mad this show was killed like that, so mad. Rise got only two seasons so I don't feel like saying "oooh they'll do a new version in a few year" Rise was so much more creative than the last one, it was not as comic accurate or design accurate as the 2012 TMNT show but it really had a unique voice and didn't look like any other version of the turtles yet TMNT 2012 with its meh CGI got like 5 seasons I mean, come on. We definitely got one of the freshest take on those characters ever and nobody cared, so sad. I hope the movie is true to the show, I think people watching the movie without having seen the show might be litterally blown away by the animation quality, hopefuly it put the show back on the map.
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