Seth Rogen Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Movie Debuts in 2021
See, it’s already turned them into humanoid ninjas who handle an older rat and handle dairy better than you can; it makes sense that the sludge also includes the . would make Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles‘s IP practically indestructible. According to Deadline, the upcoming CG animated TMNT feature from Seth Rogen’s Point Gray Pictures and Nickelodeon will reportedly scream from the sewers and to a theater near you on August 11, 2023.
The film is accompanied by The Mitchells vs The Machines‘s co-director Jeff Rowe and written by Brendan O’Brien, who previously co-wrote Neighbors, The House, and Mike and Dave need wedding dates with director Andrew Jay Cohen. “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles… August 11, 2023 (Leo takes notes like I used to),” Rogen tweeted Tuesday by way of notice.
He also posted a doodle-covered piece of notebook paper from a high school science class that suggests the film will highlight the fact that Leonardo and the boys are actually kids themselves, which is promising. If nothing else, it might help to remind the kids that their non-ninja-related education is important too.