Friday, March 28, 2014

STORMY 'INTO THE STORM' TRAILER WITH RICHARD ARMITAGE! FIRST 'TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES' TRAILER IS HERE WITH MEGAN FOX & WILL ARNETT!

'INTO THE STORM' TRAILER
THERE'S NO CALM BEFORE STORM!
Two action packed trailers for you today, starting with the one for a disaster movie INTO THE STORM starring THE HOBBIT's Richard Armitage, THE WALKING DEAD's Sarah Callies beside Jeremy Sumpter, Nathan Kress, Matt Walsh and Kyle Davis. Storming into cinemas August 8th and taking an all airport of airplanes into air as if they're nothing but toys, this mix of TWISTER and PARANORMAL ACTIVITY revolves around a group of high school students who document a devastating tornado attack over in the USA.

TEENAGE NINJA TURTLES
THE TRAILER IS FINALLY HERE!
The week of brand new trailers for summer blockbusters continues today as well with the first clip from TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES! Maybe the world needs it, maybe it doesn't, but the film will ninja its way into cinemas this August! The city needs heroes. Darkness has settled over New York City as Shredder and his evil Foot Clan have an iron grip on everything from the police to the politicians. The future is grim until four unlikely outcast brothers rise from the sewers and discover their destiny as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The Turtles must work with fearless reporter April and her wise-cracking cameraman Vern Fenwick to save the city and unravel Shredder's diabolical plan. Alan Ritchson is Raphael, Pete Ploszek is Leonardo, Jeremy Howard is Donatello,  Noel Fisher is Michelangelo, Danny Woodburn is Splinter, reporter April O'Neil  is played by Megan Fox while Will Arnett is photographer Vernon Fenwick!

42 comments:

  1. Wow, those turtles have been around forever.

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    1. turtles do live long and these are only but teens :PPP

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  2. I love Richard Armitage, but those kinds of over the top disaster movies wear me out. :P

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    1. I think he was kinda desperate to accept any kind of Hollywood role because he feels he needs to continue working there after HOBBIT, but I don't think he has any capacity to become a worldwide star. And I hope my dearest RA ladies won't kill me for saying this :(

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    2. You're entitled to your opinion as a blogger about Richard Armitage or anyone else, but your comment about his capacity or lack thereof, to become "a worldwide star" seemed sort of mean spirited and gratuitous in the context of your article. I don't know about the other "dearest RA ladies," a pejorative phrase to me, but I wouldn't expect them to be delighted with your remark. He has no capacity? What does that mean?

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    3. First of all 'dearest RA ladies' really meant what it says - I have tones of RA ladies among my beloved readers and supporters and I truly love them, they are faithful and loving and they make my every day at Facebook and Twitter a loving one. So, I would kindly ask you not to take that phrase as an ironic or pejorative one.

      Secondly, as you've said I have the right on my opinion. I have nothing against Richard Armitage (this is actually one of the sites which gave him tones of media support years ago and most of the RA ladies know that), he is a nice gent, but I'm entitled to my opinion on his acting career. I just don't see him as someone who can gain more than he now has, but I wouldn't mind if the future proves me wrong. I'd be happy to announce his future projects.

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  3. My son will make me go see Ninja Turtles.
    It looks better than I thought it would.

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    1. son can eat the turtle soup, dad can enjoy the sweet April :)

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  4. Do those tornadoes really attack people? -Cool!

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    1. people, airplanes... depends on the mood of the tornado :)) When they're in PMS they attack cows too :)

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    2. we;ve seen them flying more often than pigs :(

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  5. Into the storm trailer looks terrifying ~ Yikes ~

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    1. we don't wanna be there when the storm happens

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  6. Micheal Bay just ruined my childhood

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    1. LOL he ruined many people's love for cinema :)

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    2. I hate his movies more than I hate the IRS. Just so you know.

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    3. I hated what he did to BLACK SAILS show too

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    4. In fact there isn't a single thing he did that I love. I wonder (BOOM!) why that (EXPLOSION!) is...

      As for Into the Storm, I saw it yesterday and I'm still as disappointed as I thought I would be. Horrible.... HORRIBLE acting. Thought I didn't like Twister back in the day, but now I've come to appreciate that Shitstorm a bit more. Pardon my Swedish.... Ten bucks down the drain.

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    5. he he ... the Richard Armitage ladies might kill you for saying that :)))) I have absolutely no wish to watch that film and I knew it would be a flop years ago..... He is not and never will be a lead star material..... no matter how gorgeous he is

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  7. Into the Storm--wow. Is this going to be a movie about how we've ruined the environment and this is the extreme side of global warming? *shivers*

    TMNT looks awesome! My boys grew up with them, and we still have the four turtles sketched on a wall in his old bedroom.

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    1. pretty much yes! I'm sure Mother Nature will spank us big time quite soon for all our misdeeds!

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  8. I remember watching Twister several times. Into the Storm trailer gives me the creeps already. What a trailer!

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    1. those disaster films are the biggest horrors because they can usually happen in reality too

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  9. Pass on the turtles (been there done that) but I will take the disaster movie. That part of the kid in me never did grow up :)

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  10. Wow, that's a heck of a storm! Hope a real one like that doesn't strike any time soon!

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    1. I've been in one of those storms. But then I flushed the toilet and it was gone.

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    2. hope the rats in the sewerage survived the aftermath :)

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    3. Nope... they're all dead and gone. I'm sorry about that, but they weren't exactly pet rats, you see.

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    4. so few of them are. so few of them are....

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  11. Sarah Callies has left a bad taste in my mouth for her role on The Walking Dead. However, I may give that storm movie a go simply because it could be fun. As for the Ninja Turtles? Hmm. I'm not excited yet, but maybe that will change over time (and before the release).

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  12. hope she gets lost in the storm :)

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  13. I never got into those Turtles when I was a kid, but my nephew sure does love them. I'll probably end up treating him to this one.

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    1. I watched them, because back in those days here in my country we only had longer cartoons once a week on Sunday evenings, but I never liked them much. I only liked Rochsteady and BeBop but they're not in the movie :(

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  14. Ninja turtles just amazing !
    Cheers .

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  15. 2014... CGI still looks fake. There's no hope.

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    1. it's still better than the CGI from the 90's

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    2. Except those in Jurassic Park 1. It never ceases to amaze me how way ahead of the competition those guys were back then when I was young and handsome.

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    3. but you charmed Angie when you wasn't all that young so you must still be some of the handsome, Blue :)

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