As the newest Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie approaches a plethora of trailers, interviews, and projects have surfaced that, when combined, give fans a solid look at what is to come. Keeping track of it all is a bit difficult though, and so we've rounded up everything you need to know and all the tidbits you might have missed.
This week the folks at LEGENDARY have brought some heat to stoke the fire under their upcoming video game-born film Warcraft. To the show floor at comic-con they’ve brought three massive props set to be used in the upcoming film. Here lies the Dragon Sword, the Lion Shield, and the Doomhammer.
CineFix has been busy at work, and yesterday released its latest 8-Bit Cinema video: The Avengers. As with movies before it, the Marvel movie hit has been remastered into a video-game styled 8-bit piece of art, giving you a look at the characters and storyline with nostalgic wonder.
The newest Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie is quickly approaching, and in honor of it, Pizza Hut has commissioned a project set to debut at Comic-Con that will bring your childhood fantasies to life: a truck-sized pizza launcher that can shoot delicious pies to a distance of 30 feet.
Those of you still singing "Ninja Rap" can rejoice - there’s a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles hip-hop song in the streets. The newest Ninja Turtles trailer features a song called "Shell Shocked," bringing back the radical nature of The Secret of the Ooze while the visuals do the film more than a few favors.
Marvel Studios has revealed the release dates for five movies it has in the pipeline, all of them taking place between 2017 and 2019. While the dates have been provided, the titles for each of the movies haven't yet been revealed, and likely won't be until Comic-Con later this week.
This week the folks at Dark Horse Comics have made clear their intent to create a 10-issue series that captures the second wave of Tyler Durden’s experience. This Fight Club 2 series of graphic novels will "pick up a decade after the ending of [Palahniuk’s] original book."
In World War 2, the Germans had a code that was believed to be unbreakable. The Enigma Code was one that saw Allied forces driving themselves up the wall to break, and proved widely successful for much of Germany’s campaign. A new movie sheds a light on the man who broke the code in Alan Turing.