TMNT: What Roger Corman’s First Turtles Movie Would Have Looked Like
B-movie king Roger Corman once pitched a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie starring a bunch of comedians; here’s the pitch, explained. Created by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles started out as a satire of gritty, '80s comic books before becoming a family-friendly franchise thanks to a hit Saturday morning cartoon. Naturally, a string of movies followed – with TMNT reaching peak popularity in the early '90s - before floundering in recent years. Had it been successful, a pitch from low-budget filmmaker Roger Corman in the '80s might have sunk the franchise before it even began, but could have become something of a cult classic in the modern era.More...
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