Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem | Teaser Trailer (2023 Movie) - Seth Rogen

Published 2023-03-06
From permanent teenager Seth Rogen, a new generation of heroes will rise...from the sewers.

Watch the new teaser trailer for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: #MutantMayhem - Only in theatres August 2, 2023.

In Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem, after years of being sheltered from the human world, the Turtle brothers set out to win the hearts of New Yorkers and be accepted as normal teenagers through heroic acts. Their new friend April O’Neil helps them take on a mysterious crime syndicate, but they soon get in over their heads when an army of mutants is unleashed upon them.

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All Comments (21)
  • Vailskibum
    Spider-Verse changed animation forever
  • RadJack14
    I love the fact that the turtles are voiced by actual teenagers and act like them as well it’s such a nice detail
  • SkullKkrush3r
    I love how TMNT is timeless. No matter what you do with those turtles. It never gets old. It’s always exciting
  • Mike Whitfield
    Something cool I’ve noticed about TMNT is that everyone always loves it. No matter how many reboots, sequels, or iterations there are, it’s always great to watch/read
  • Eisley Welsch
    I do like the concept of them being actual teenagers when they’re usually depicted as young adults. You gotta love the Spider-Verse inspired animation style too. I won’t have too high of expectations but I’m definitely looking forward to this movie; I can’t imagine it being worse than Turtles In Time and the two Michael Bay movies.
  • saladsquid
    As someone who grew up with TMNT, I have to say that I am stoked for this to come out
  • Arthur Lima
    Man its so weird to see the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles act like actual Teenagers
  • AuroraVulpix
    I love how they've given Leo a bit more of a personality this time around. He tends to fall short as a stoic leader, so it's nice to see he's more of a anxious "Mom friend" type character
  • Leozy
    I love how new movies are featuring unique art styles and drawing inspiration from "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse." It's refreshing to see movie studios take risks and create distinctive films, rather than simply following in Disney's footsteps and aiming to produce visually pleasing but ultimately formulaic movies
  • Troy Cole
    I'll say it: the "ooze" bit actually made crack a smile

    Edit: Leo's "It's just nicer sounding" is the bit that got me because he's right
  • Alba Mr Alba
    I’m 43 years old and grew up with tmnt cartoons back in 1990. So, yes I’ll definitely watch this in the big screen! Love it!
  • ptassa270
    I really like how almost nothing in this world is symmetrical, it really does feel hand drawn.
  • Makayla T.
    i adore how they actually sound like teenagers, this movie looks incredible already
  • Meow Meow
    A movie about the younger turtles? We as TMNT fans never got anything like this before, so it’s really nice to see something like this.
  • Claire Forrester
    I am so excited for this, I love how they seem like actual teens. Most of the time they play them as young adults, later in their career and a lil more mature but I love the goofiness that 14 yr old them brings
  • Nathanael Hahn
    I'm sure the animation in this will be fantastic and creative like we've seen from these recent animated films, but I can't get over how natural and unironic the voice acting and dialogue sounds here. There's barely any cringey meta-humor (as is popular in remakes), and the one ooze instance is played off as childish and fun. I'm actually looking forward to this.
  • I genuinely can't wait for this film, I am so excited to see these boys back in action! :D
  • xN0T_ASHx
    Love the idea of Mikey presumably going through puberty before Donnie, it adds a lot of character seeing as Mikey is usually the baby of the group.
  • the egg
    I love this trailer and the fact they act like actual teenagers