The same person from Latino Review who broke the Guardians of the Galaxy being the next Marvel movie, now reportly has story details on Michael Bay's Alien Ninja Turtles.
Source: Michael Bay's NINJA TURTLES To Feature Krang, Bebop & Rocksteady
This reporter scoured all of Latino Review and couldn't find the original link to what the source article claims other than a few articles in June posting of these exact same details save the actual original post from the Latino Review (save clippings of the reporter, El Mayimbe posting it on it his twitter.
Still if the report is false, it's a well thought out one. For the report itself there's not a hint or sign of the Shredder or Foot Clan at all in this first movie. Instead, the movie's heavies will be Krang, Bebop, and Rocksteady. The supposed story synopsis is this:
"After their planet's destruction, four turtle-like alien warriors and their master come to Earth, where they join forces with reporter April O'Neil to prevent the extradimensional conqueror Krang from enslaving the human race."
Another nugget to be featured in the movie will supposedly be the Technodrome. As we well know already, Ninja Turtles has been delayed and pushed back all the way to 2014.
Written or Contributed by: Zechs
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