You may not have noticed, but the robot invasion continues to expand into our movies and TV shows. Case in point: Robot Combat League, a new competition show on SyFy that features human controlled robots battling for superiority. It’s basically Mattel’s Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Robots game (and/or the movie Reel Steel) come to life. WWF/E champ Chris Jericho hosts the show which airs every Tuesday night at 10/9c - and if you'd like a taste, check out this clip:

Really, if a show has robots in it, we're going to watch, but RCL has featured two of our favorites to date: Drone Strike and A.X.E.  Meet them in all their cybernetic glory after the jump.

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Whoopi Goldberg Is Channel 6 Boss?

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles continues its Michael Bay-produced reboot effort with the addition of a recognizable cast member as a (somewhat) recognizable character. According to a report surfacing on ComicBookMovie, Academy Award-winning actress and The View co-host, Whoopi Goldberg has been cast as the perpetually irate boss of Megan Fox's April O'Neil at Channel 6 News.

Photographs surfaced recently showing Goldberg leaving the New York set of TMNT, wearing a large, seemingly-electrified wig. However, CBM's source has apparently come across the identity of Goldberg's character, revealing her to be Bernadette Thompson, who is described as "an editor at Channel 6 News." The character (should the news prove legit,) would without a doubt be a nod to a character from the 1987-1996 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series, Burne Thompson, the stout, shouting male boss of TV reporter, April O'Neil. Interestingly enough, this character would not be the first nod to the classic cartoon, since comedic actor, and star of the newly-resurgent Arrested Development, Will Arnett is already on board as April's cowardly, conniving colleague, Vernon Fenwick. In fact, one of the more memorable inter-character dynamics on the classic show depicted Vernon sycophantically hanging around Burne, constantly trying to curry favor for any kind of journalistic advantage over his competition with April. It may be the case that this dynamic could be mirrored in the film between Arnett's Vernon and Goldberg's gender-swapped "Bernadette" character.

This, along with several of the other nods to the vintage show which a generation grew up watching could be taken as another sign of goodwill from Michael Bay and director, Jonathan Liebesman after the film's disastrous P.R. debut when Bay implied that the Turtles would be "aliens." The comment set the Internet into an unquenchable blaze of hate, and had seemingly lost the purists before a single scene was shot. Now that the movie is in production, things aren't looking quite so bleak and even the Turtles co-creator and initial naysayer, Kevin Eastman has gone on record regarding Michael Bay's handling of his franchise saying that, "He’s been nothing but amazingly respectful." In fact, Bay has recently stated that he "misspoke" in the "aliens" comment and affirmed that the fearsome foursome would NOT be aliens.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (a purist-centered title that also came as a result of drama,) is set to bust out of a septic-saturated sewer to hit theaters on June 6, 2014.


The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Could Get Henry Cavill To Star

The Man from U.N.C.L.E., the upcoming adaptation of the classic 1960's spy series may have found its main hero. After the exit of Tom Cruise last week left the production in an uncertain state, Variety is reporting that Warner Bros may be doing some internal hiring and The Man from U.N.C.L.E. could very well be getting The Man of Steel; specifically the new Superman, Henry Cavill.

The latest development is actually ripe with irony, since back when it was still a Tom Cruise vehicle, Cavill actually met for the role of the main hero's partner, Illya Kuryakin. That part would eventually go to Armie Hammer, whose own star is possibly set to surge when he plays the titular masked man in this summer's The Lone Ranger alongside Johnny Depp. Now, it seems the guy that didn't get the part of the sidekick, who has since become FREAKING SUPERMAN will now "cruise" into the role of the film's primary protagonist. That role will be for suave spy, Napoleon Solo, a member of the super-secret international espionage agency called U.N.C.L.E. (United Network Command for Law and Enforcement.).

For a while, it appeared that the film, which has already experienced directorial and starring shuffles, was set to reside in limbo while it found its new star, possibly making critical adjustments. Thus, Cavill coming on board would certainly be a serendipitous development for director, Guy Ritchie, co-star, Armie Hammer (who will probably not have to be recast), and for Warner Bros, since Man of Steel is looking extremely promising for its launch on June 14. By the time The Man from U.N.C.L.E. hits theaters (no release date has been revealed), Cavill could very well be a bankable household name with a huge paycheck glistening in front of him for not only a Man of Steel sequel, but possibly a lead role in a potential Justice League superhero mega-movie. In essence, they've traded an aging (but still bankable) action star in Cruise for someone who could very well be the next big thing.

The Man from U.N.C.L.E. swaps a cape and blue onesie for a Brooks Brothers suit and is set to begin production this fall leaving a release for sometime in late-2014 a possibility.


Transformers 4: Comic Relief Added, First Look At Optimus Prime, More

Transformers 4 continues work on director, Michael Bay's next world-wrecking robotic rampage. Not only has the film procured another cast member with the talents of comedian, T.J. Miller, but photos (the very first from the film) showing some of Autobot characters in their vehicle form have been released. -- And yes, one of those Autobots is Optimus Prime!

Miller, who is currently on the new Fox sitcom, The Goodwin Games, has also been seen in films such as She's Out of My League, Cloverfield, Unstoppable, and was the voice of Tuffnut in How to Train Your Dragon. However, this role in Transformers 4 could be his most prominent since, according to The Wrap, Miller's character will be buddying-up with the film's main protagonist played by Mark Wahlberg.

"Miller will play a blue-collar mechanic who is a longtime friend of Wahlberg's character."

Translation: He's the hero's wacky, one-liner-dropping, best buddy and the film's comic relief. Miller will now join Wahlberg, Nicola Peltz, Jack Reynor, Stanley Tucci, Kelsey Grammer, Sophia Myles, and Bingbing Li in what will surely be an unmitigated orgy of explosions and giant robots wrecking our cities just for good measure.

...And speaking of those giant robots who like cause explosions and wreck our cities, the very first photos from the film have been released. With production having started near the border of Arizona and Utah, a majestic desert backdrop provides the perfect setting for the unveiling of three Autobot vehicles, most notably, the newest version of the benevolent big rig himself, Optimus Prime...who is covered in flames. Because flames make things look badass...apparently.

Transformers 4 tries its best to keep you chuckling while the world ignites in a whirlwind of robotic rage...and flame decals when it hits theaters on June 27, 2014. Check out the photos of the Autobot vehicles below!

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Tom Cruise Leaves Guy Ritchie's The Man From U.N.C.L.E.

Tom Cruise has finally come out...of the cast of a major motion picture in which he was set to star. According to a report by Deadline, Cruise has dropped out of the upcoming Guy Ritchie-directed film adaptation of classic TV series, The Man from U.N.C.L.E. due to his desire to focus on the upcoming fifth entry of his signature franchise, Mission: Impossible. So, it seems that Cruise won't be cheating on MI with another spy franchise, after all.

Cruise was originally locked-in to this contemporary reboot of the 1960's spy series to star alongside up-and-coming leading man, Armie Hammer, who himself is currently set to share top billing with Johnny Depp in another TV adaptation reboot, The Lone Ranger on July 3. The original 1964-1968 series starred Robert Vaughn as American spy, "Napoleon Solo" and David McCallum as his Russian partner, "Illya Kuryakin," who work together for a super-secret espionage agency called U.N.C.L.E. (United Network Command for Law and Enforcement.) Unlike S.H.I.E.L.D., they may not have the help of superhumans, but did display on television a poignant nonpartisan alliance for the forces of good during the heated days of the Cold War.

For director, Guy Ritchie, currently on a financial and critical roll with the Sherlock Holmes films, the setback comes after the project already experienced a few directorial and starring shuffles, which at one point had Steven Soderbergh at the helm and George Clooney to star. The acquisition of Tom Cruise would have ensured that he'd have one of the most bankable movie stars of all time set to kick-off this new venture. Now, he goes back to the drawing board in what will certainly be a frantic scramble to find a feasible replacement star. -- Of course, no timetable has been given for the project and it could very well be the case that the addition of Armie Hammer was a chemistry-casting and the exit of Cruise could also mean Hammer's exit, as well.

Cruise, on the other hand, has just completed All You Need is Kill, a futuristic military movie set for next summer. (Even though the title sounds like a demented Cirque du Soleil Beatles/Slayer hybrid show.) The star is also quickly moving forward with his already-confirmed return for Mission: Impossible 5, which is already enjoying the benefit of a screenplay from Drew Pearce, the writer of the white-hot Iron Man 3.

The Man From U.N.C.L.E., sans Tom Cruise, will try to find the right star and tell him "you complete me" when it hits theaters on a date to be determined.



Timecop Reboot Split-Kicks Into Gear At Universal

Timecop, the 1994 Jean-Claude Van Damme vehicle which remains his high-grossing most critically-acclaimed film is getting the reboot treatment. 

The original film, which was based off an anthology title, Time Cop published by Dark Horse Comics, was a favorite amongst action/sci-fi fans for its rather original concept. Van Damme played Max Walker, an agent with the TEC (Time Enforcement Agency) who tackles the forces of a corrupt politician (Ron Silver) using the quantum coaster to "Biff Tannen" some funds by safe stock market bets in the past and also to threaten his enemies with the specter of nonexistence. The film showcased Jean-Claude dispatching baddies in peak form with split-centric moves, as well as Ferris Beuller's girlfriend (Mia Sara) looking extremely arousing as the resident love-interest whose death the time-touring tin man must prevent. Sure, the 1994 film may not have been thinking too much about its own longevity when its plot only gave the invention of time travel a scant 10 year window with its "future" setting of 2004, but it is generally hailed as the deepest performance of Van Damme's (normally berated) acting career.

At the same time, Timecop, while a popular franchise in its day, spawning a 1997-1998 TV series and a 2003 straight-to-DVD sequel, has hardly been relevant in recent years, so expectations from moviegoers are probably little to none. As a result, you should probably expect this new film to carry very little resemblance to the Van Damme film, probably looking to expand on its time-bending premise far beyond the few periods visited in the 1994 film.

In keeping with the idea of this reboot effort distinguishing itself, it seems that it will also move forward sans the "Muscles from Brussels" himself. The Hollywood Reporter states that Van Damme is not involved with the project. Of course, that is certainly subject to change and a cameo of some kind would seem the proper thing to do, if anything, for the sake of legacy. While no substantive release window has been revealed, a supposed "re-imagining of the concept" is currently out for writers. Producer, Marc Shmuger has been added via Universal's Global Produce banner working alongside fellow producer Tom McNulty.

So, while Timecop certainly isn't a property brimming with a vocal fanbase rabidly demanding its immediate return under threats of civil disobedience and hunger strikes, it appears that (for some reason,) it will nevertheless be the next property to get the now-common reboot treatment.


Star Trek Into Darkness: J.J. Abrams Unveils Sprinkly Deleted Scene

Star Trek Into Darkness has already exposed its secrets. However, the topic of "exposure" seems to be a controversial point when it comes to the gratuitous, instantly-Internet-famous (some have said "sexist") scene with Alice Eve's Carol Marcus rocking her space lingerie. That's why director, J.J. Abrams wanted to use his appearance on Conan last night to clear the air...by showing a deleted scene proving that there originally was plenty more skin to go around in the film, especially when it came to Benedict Cumberbatch's villainous "John Harri-Khan." -- And yes, it's an actual deleted scene from the film, NOT a parody.

The scene, depicting a bare-chested Benedict taking a moment to ensure that monstrous B.O. won't be his instrument for genocide, is what Abrams calls "the shower of evil." Yet, despite its sinister, possibly-puzzling undertones, it was made to serve as evidence that the film was, in the very least, an equal-opportunity offender in its gratuitousness. Indeed, Abrams is also quick to point out that Into Darkness also contains a skin-centric scene with Chris Pine's Captain Kirk, giving a little something back for the ladies, but does admit that the Carol Marcus peep show could have been handled in a more subtle way.

Regardless, it seems that we may have gotten our first sneak peak at what could eventually be made available on the DVD/Blu-ray extras. Sure, it's nothing exciting enough to spill your "space seed" over, but it's an interesting (and actually kind of funny) tidbit about the current box-office topper. Check out the new footage below...NOW!

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Halo Live-Action Series In The Works, Steven Spielberg On Board

Halo is apparently set for a live-action incarnation...just not on the big screen as years of rumors and speculation seemed to indicate. Microsoft's big unveiling today of its new console, Xbox One (an event which, if we still had a staff of videogame journalists, we would have been ALL over) would come with kind of a non-gaming surprise. Directorial deity, Steven Spielberg appeared via video to reveal that he will be involved as executive producer with a live-action Halo TV series, which be available exclusively through Xbox One with the next-gen system's streaming-centric hardware.

Certainly, the Xbox One presentation came across as the debut of a fancy, elaborate, voice-operated streaming TV box that happens to play videogames, if you are so inclined. It's clear that Microsoft really, REALLY wants their hardware to be the centerpiece of your living room. Now, with the announcement of this Spielberg-headed Halo series as the apparent flagship of Xbox Live's broader, quasi-Netflix business model, their intentions have never been more clear. Additionally, the console will distinguish itself from the established streaming services by supplementing shows like the upcoming Halo with interactive content.

As for Halo's live-action possibilities, the games have certainly provided all the necessary framework for compelling serial storytelling from humanity's apocalyptic interplanetary wars with zealot alien invaders, The Covenant to the arrival of a shared enemy in the parasitic race, The Flood. The property has certainly come a long way, especially after years upon years of lallygagging which at certain points in time had names like Peter Jackson and Neill Blomkamp seemingly set to helm a potential feature film. Instead, the story of the ultimate high-jumping, Warthog-riding Spartan solider, Master Chief and his sexy hologram helper, Cortana will become the centerpiece of a series which arrives by way of a completely redefining medium. With the series in the reliable hands of Steven Spielberg, who will collaborate with the IP's ever-watchful gatekeepers over at 343 Industries, the potential buzz from this series could, ironically enough, provide THE watershed moment for the upcoming videogame hardware itself.

No timeline has been revealed regarding when the Halo TV series will debut, but the console on which it will manifest, Xbox One, will reportedly debut "later this year." (Translation: "Holiday Shopping Line Madness.")

Star Wars Rebels: New Animated Series Announced

It appears that the Star Wars animated universe has been brought back to life with plans to tackle an era which will be pleasing to old-school fans. The Disney-sized Lucasfilm coalition have announced that production has begun on a new animated series set to debut in fall of 2014 called Star Wars Rebels. Kicking off with a one-hour special premiere on Disney Channel, the show will then settle into its home on the regular schedule of Disney XD.

Just a few short months after new franchise owners, Disney dropped the grim news that the long-running animated staple, Star Wars: The Clone Wars would be a victim of their own equivalent of an "Order 66" mass franchise refurbishment, it seems that plans were already in the works for a new phase. While the former series explored the period inbetween Star Wars Episodes II and III, Star Wars Rebels will actually fill the rich and mostly untouched territory spanning two whole decades with the period between the end of Episode III: Revenge of the Sith and the very first Star Wars film, Episode IV: A New Hope. (Although, this does not bode well for the enduring canonical place of The Force Unleashed video games, which was set within that time period.)

While fans of The Clone Wars still anxiously await the series' proper denouement via the announced "bonus material" set to drop, they should be relieved to know that the old show's supervising director, Dave Filoni will return on Rebels with a title bump to executive producer. Filoni will work alongside exec producer peers in Simon Kinberg screenwriter of X-Men: First Class, Sherlock Holmes, and Mr. & Mrs. Smith and Greg Weisman, a veteran of notable animated shows like Young Justice, The Spectacular Spider-Man, and the acclaimed classic 90's series, Gargoyles. Additionally, Filoni will be bringing much of the creative personnel from The Clone Wars like art director, Kilian Plunkett, which should also induce a sigh of relief among fans of the late series.

Much like with the bittersweet announcement of The Clone Wars' end, the heralding of this "new hope" of a show comes with a behind-the-scenes video featuring Dave Filoni discussing the new, grand task of tackling the hunt for the last vestiges of the Jedi and the beginnings of the Rebellion against the Empire. Check it out below!

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Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Releases A New Full-Length Trailer

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. continues its tour-de-tease today with the ultimate culmination: The full-length trailer for the series. 

Clocking in at 2:48, this is a true substantive look at this fall's new Marvel Cinematic Universe spinoff featuring a new team of superhero-sighting suits keeping the world safe from incursions from the powerful elements of the unknown. This time, we get a look at things from the perspective of Agent Grant Ward (Brett Dalton) a S.H.I.E.L.D. (or as he dutifully reminds us, "Strategic Homeland Intervention Enforcement and Logistics Division") agent who's about to receive one hell of a clearance upgrade and is surprised to learn its primary perk: Getting to work under the (presumed) dead in Agent Phil Coulson (Clark Gregg). And with that, the brief mystery of Level 7 is revealed.

On another front, a well-meaning, but pesky hacker, Skye (Chloe Bennet) tries to protect the latest super-powered blip on the radar (J. August Richards,) from becoming the next thing to be mysteriously whisked away by the seemingly shadowy government agency, when she finds herself getting nabbed...and then recruited. (Richards' character is rumored to be Elvin Haliday, aka "Rage" from Marvel's The New Warriors.)

With the action samples proving intense as promised, we're also properly introduced to teammates, tech/gizmo guy, Agent Leo Fitz (Iain De Caestecker), biochemist, Agent Jemma Simmons (Elizabeth Henstridge), and the ass-kicking airborne pilot, Agent Melinda May (Ming Na-Wen).

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. makes a self-note to never tell Agent Coulson there's no way when it hits TV this fall on its scheduled time of Tuesdays, 8pm on ABC. Check out the full trailer below!

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Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is wasting little time with its hype machine and has unleashed yet another teasing sneak peak promo clip.

Apparently, even with the new images and debut footage that hit over the weekend, plus today's unveiling of new photos, they must have felt that fans just weren't left ravenous enough. Now, a second, albeit extremely brief promo clip has surfaced showing some new footage which, above all else, tells us that with S.H.I.E.L.D., a fireplace is never just a fireplace.

As the clip concludes, Clark Gregg's Agent Phil Coulson welcomes us to "Level 7." -- Likely a moniker that's somehow attached to his small team of S.H.I.E.L.D. specialists with whom he'll be investigating weird cases set throughout the Marvel Cinematic Universe. -- Just on the small screen. Indeed, the folks at Marvel and ABC have scattered the breadcrumbs and we are just following the trail and desperately gobbling every little bit of it up as we move towards the show's debut.

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. tells us what "Level 7" means when it hits TV this fall on its scheduled time of Tuesdays, 8pm on ABC.


Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Reveals New Photos From The Pilot

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has already made itself one of the most anticipated television shows of all time. Just after getting the debut teaser promo, ABC has officially released a trio of new stills from this fall's pilot episode.

While they hardly unveil any substantive answers, they do provide an interesting look at the show. In fact, one photo shows Clark Gregg's Agent Phil Coulson in an interrogation room sitting across a table from Chloe Bennet's quirky computer hacker, "Skye" with Brett Dalton's "Agent Grant Ward" looking on menacingly; a scene which seemingly implies that the Skye character is the quintessential noob in this story. It could very well be the case that the pilot's plot involves her stumbling into some dangerous circumstances which eventually leads to her joining the team. -- So, I guess that's a slight reveal of sorts.

Further solidifying the central nature of Bennet's Skye character, is another photo set behind a glass wall with the S.H.I.E.L.D. logo prominently displayed showing Agent Coulson staring ominously at Skye, almost unsure of what to make of her. We're still somewhat far away from any serious plot details getting out, but, as evidenced by the third photo, The Avengers director, Joss Whedon has stepped behind the camera to make sure this TV offshoot of the Marvel Cinematic Universe goes swimmingly.

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. gets a pass for now on using the now-clichéd television trend of cute hacker chicks when it appears sometime this fall on its scheduled time of Tuesdays, 8pm on ABC. Check out the new photos below!

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Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Unleashes Teaser Promo

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. debuted a spectacular, action-packed teaser promo over the weekend as promised upon Friday's official pick-up announcement by ABC.

While predictably leaving us short of several critical details like why Clark Gregg's Agent Phil Coulson still draws breath in this Marveliffic world, it does lay out the groundwork pretty well for the show's structure as a procedural series of sorts. In fact, Coulson himself says it quite clearly:

"We work the cases that S.H.I.E.L.D. hasn't classified. The strange, the unknown. It's not just 'Spy vs. Spy' anymore. The whole world's in on the action."

So, it looks like this will be a kind of "supernatural case of the week" type of series akin to The X-Files or Fringe, except on a much larger scale and certainly within a much larger world that has been shaped by the emergence of the Titans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. In that spirit, we see the cast of Coulson's fellow agents in action, along with footage of a powerful bodyslamming, building-jumping character played by J. August Richards, a veteran of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel making his return in front of the camera for The Avengers helmer, Joss Whedon, who directs this series pilot.

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. sneaks back later to touch "Lola" when it debuts sometime this fall on ABC.

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Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Officially Picked Up, First Cast Photo, New Logo!

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is now official over at ABC. The network would announce via Twitter that the show has indeed been picked up and has the greenlight for the fall season. -- And with that bit of fantastic news comes some critical reveals: The unveiling of the show's logo AND the very first cast photo showing that, without a shadow of a doubt, COULSON LIVES!

While the Joss Whedon-directed pilot to this television extension of the Marvel Cinematic Universe has recently completed its shoot, it did seem odd that such a surefire hit of a project had not yet received the official nod from ABC to be christened as a proper series. However, when news came of the show's official title last month, along with more casting additions, it seemed all but inevitable. Now, any modicum of doubt whatsoever has been vanquished with ABC's reveal, which also promises more news on the show next week. However, it seems we may get even more before then, since the very first teaser promo will debut THIS SUNDAY NIGHT during the season finale of Once Upon A Time.

The cast photo and logo were subsequently revealed by Entertainment Weekly and what they show are a sextet of sin-stomping smooth customers led by the one and only (mysteriously resurrected) mega fan fave, Agent Phil Coulson played once again by Clark Gregg, thanks to an apparent deficiency in Loki's killing abilities during last year's mega-movie, The Avengers.

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. gets ready to tear evil a new one, all while wearing suits and sensible shoes when it hits the small screen sometime this fall! Check out the very first cast photo below and bask in Coulson's undead shades-sporting badassery!

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Will Arnett's Character Revealed

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, the upcoming live-action reboot film from director, Jonathan Liebesman and producer, Michael Bay is apparently making an effort to drop nods to elements of the classic cartoon series. It's a fact that is quite apparent upon the reveal (by way of a name tag spotted on set pics) of which character, comedic star, Will Arnett will play: Vernon Fenwick.

The name might raise some question marks to people who are either not too familiar or just have a rusty memory regarding the 1987-1996 animated series which was at one time the center of a worldwide "Turtlemania" phenomena. The character in question, Vernon Fenwick was the egomaniacal colleague of TV reporter and Turtle damsel, April O'Neil, who never wasted an opportunity to steal a big story right from under her tight banana yellow jumpsuit. Of course, what makes the pompous, pretentious prima-donna an integral part of most episodes was his craven cowardice, which even the slightest sticky situation would make surface, resulting in much of the show's comic relief.

Appropriately enough, the former (and soon to be again) star of Arrested Development and Up All Night, has been seen in a great deal of set photos with Megan Fox as April O'Neil (who looks amazing) which contextually seem related to her classic canonical job as a TV reporter. Plus, Fox is sporting a yellow jacket in some of the photos; clearly a nod to April's look in the classic animated show. So, while some of those things may mollify fans still upset over Michael Bay's idea of the Turtles being "aliens," we will have to see how THE key element of the film, the Turtles themselves turn out. They will be played in CGI motion capture by Pete Ploszek (Leonardo), Alan Ritchson (Raphael), Noel Fisher (Michelangelo), and Jeremy Howard (Donatello).

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (as it is once again called) gets ready to prove that the 5 second rule does indeed apply to sewer pizza when it hits theaters on June 6, 2014. In the meantime, check out a quick video which might jog your memory on Arnett's classic character, plus a set photo of Megan Fox's April and Will Arnett's Vernon...all below!

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