Check Out The First Action-Packed Clip From ‘TMNT: Out Of The Shadows’

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During the 2016 Kids’ Choice Awards on Nickelodeon last night, the first clip from David Green’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows was shown right after a stunt performance. The clip features an awesome car chase between the Turtles and the Foot Clan, but if you missed the show, you can now watch it right below.

We also have our first look at Brian Tee in full costume as The Shredder thanks to an Instagram post by the actor himself. As you can see in the image below, the new suit looks way better than the one from the previous installment, plus it’s much more accurate to the source material. What do you guys think?

Ladies and gentlemen… I give you… The… #Shredder #kca

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The Turtles come into conflict with T.C.R.I. scientist Dr. Baxter Stockman, the Foot Clan and the return of Eric Sacks, Karai, and their enemy, The Shredder, who has hired Stockman to create mutants of his own in the form of Bebop and Rocksteady. Meanwhile, an invasion above New York City is led by the Dimension X inhabitant known as Krang. The Turtles are joined in the fight with Splinter, and their human friends April O’Neil, Vern Fenwick and the vigilante Casey Jones.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows opens in theaters on June 3, 2016.

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Michael Bezanidis

Michael Bezanidis

Michael is the Managing Editor of Heroic Hollywood. When he's not playing video games, he's usually writing about film and television.

  • Carl

    I’m not sure about the huge nun-chucks bit but the rest works.

  • sintheticreality2

    Awesome! We’re finally going to get to see Bebop, Rocksteady and Krang!

  • Sammy Boy

    I prefer this Shredder than the last one, tough it needs a bit more blades on his shoulder

  • Math

    They are going more towards the original kids cartoons, which I’m guessing will make a lot of people happy since it was their first introduction to the Turtles. It looks fun. Probably better then the last one.

    I personally am much more a fan of the original comics which were much more violent and aimed at a mature audience. It is my dream to one day see a dark, violent and weird TMNT movie, as they were originally conceived to be. I want to see mutant turtles being raise as ninja assassin’s, slowly questioning their upbringing and the morality of it all. I don’t want to see just one krang, but an entire species of brain shaped aliens. I want to see all these crazy Dimension X species. I want to see Shredder being assassinated by the Turtles and then coming back as an alien mutant. I want to see all this crazy stuff the cartoon based itself off, but I want to see the serious version of it, not the kids version of it.

    But I know it’s never gonna happen. TMNT are too popular with kids to justify a studio making a darker adult version of this property. I never thought I would one day see a Batman vs Superman movie either, so who knows what the future holds? It remains one of my dreams to get to experience the real original intention behind these characters before they turned them into kids toys.

    • Chris W

      I agree, I don’t mind the 80’s cartoon vibe. I will just shut off my brain and enjoy the ride. The thing I take issue with is if/when Bay makes it about the human characters; ie. April saving the day. I want to see a movie about the turtles, not the side characters. Bay treats the title characters as side characters for some reason. It’s like he doesn’t realize people actually want to watch a Transformers or Turtles movie.