‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ Reboot Eyes Production By the End of the Year
In an interview with Variety at the Critics’ Choice Awards, ‘A Quiet Place’ producers Andrew Form and Brad Fuller confirm another ‘TMNT’ reboot is in the works.
Back in June, The Hollywood Reporter first reported that another ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ reboot was being developed at Paramount. This time, the film is being written by ‘Bad Words’ scribe Andrew Dodge. Michael Bay, Andrew Form and Brad Fuller will produce the feature via their Platinum Dunes banner.
Now, Form and Fuller have confirmed it is still in development, as it is ‘looking like production by the end of the year,’ said Form.
Fuller and Form had this to say about the project:
“I’m gonna say something I’ve never said before, honestly. The thing about the Turtles is the same thing about ‘A Quiet Place,’ it’s about a family, and being invested in a family. I say that they are both family stories about the family sticking together and supporting one another.” -Fuller
“Okay, that’s fair.” -Form
However, they added there is no cast or director set as of now. Moreover, with a potential blockbuster like this, a 2020 release may be generous. We’ll just have to see!