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Movie reintroduces a familiar team dynamic

will release next month Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The MovieSet in the same world as the Nickelodeon series that ended in 2020. running for two seasons, Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Made several changes to the Turtles myth, with Raphael leading the team instead of his younger brother Leonardo. However, when Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie Debuting on Netflix on August 5th, there will be a change of leadership. Executive producers Ant Ward and Andy Suriano tease how the team dynamics are shuffled, and what fans can expect from other familiar topics.

“Leo and his journey is very front and center,” Ward told io9, “He’s on quite the arc, as he was.” Ward and Suriano reveal how Nickelodeon approached them to pitch during production of Season 2 Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Story that can be developed into a feature film. Along with introducing the alien krang who intended to invade Earth, his other ideas include Raphael handing over the leadership command to Leonardo, and how this changes things for the Turtles.

“The film was definitely our opportunity to do justice to that story,” Suriano said. “It bleeds into everyone’s role. Raf was the leader for the series. Raf was the oldest. When he suddenly puts the younger brother in charge, it changes everyone’s relationship.”

Turtles fans are familiar with Raphael and Leonardo, but bow down to their different leadership styles. this topic will continue Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie Too. “We’re going to see them bow their heads in their own unique way growth Can get it,” Ward assured.

“We exploited that powder keg that we always had,” Suriano said with a laugh.

Another character Debussy from the Turtles’ ally, Casey Jones. Of course, one woman, Casey Jones, starred in the series, although her name is actually Cassandra “Casey” Jones and she was a member of the Foot Clan. Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The MovieCasey Jones is the one fans are most familiar with, and travels from the future to warn the team of Krang’s evil plan.

“Cassandra was always on the show and always meant to be ‘KC’,” Ward said. “We had to reveal where it was originally going to be from, so while we were doing that, we were doing this new Casey too. We love Casey in the movie. Haley Joel Osment absolutely crushed it Lets. I think there’s a sense of responsibility that may not have been front and center in previous iterations. There’s definitely a little bit of ‘dumbala’ in there. That’s not to be tricked.”

Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie Debuts August 5 on Netflix.

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Reference from comicbook.com

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