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Nickelodeon is rolling right along with its upcoming reboot of the "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" TV series. The show's first season has received a 26-episode order (half-hour format) to air in late 2012, and now there's a first look online which offers a glimpse at the latest incarnation of our lovable, sewer-dwelling, pizza-eating mutant reptiles. Read More...

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Teenage Mutant Ninja TurtlesLast year, during the 25th Anniversary of the "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles," word broke that producer Scott Mednick ("300," "Superman Returns") was restarting the "TMNT" film franchise with a new movie that would be a live-action and CGI hybrid.

While "TMNT" co-creator Peter Laird sold the rights to Nickelodeon last October as part of a $60 million dollar deal, the new "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" film now appears to be back on the fast track.

Michael Bay, Brad Fuller and Andrew Form from Platinum Dunes have reached an agreement with Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon to produce the "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" reboot, according to Deadline. Mednick will also remain on the project with Galen Walker, one of the producers of the 2007 "TMNT" CGI film. Read More...

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Brandon Routh as Dylan DogAfter months of stop-and-go news, director Kevin Munroe's "Dead of Night" is finally moving full-speed ahead. The cast is fully assembled, the cameras are rolling and star Brandon Routh is donning the necessary gear to battle the undead -- namely, a red shirt, sport jacket and crazy-looking monocle.

Shocktillyoudrop.com visited the New Orleans set of "Dead of Night" this week, and gave readers the first look at Routh as main character Dylan Dog (posted after the jump), the titular hero of Tiziano Sclavi's Italian comic book series on which the film is based. Read More...

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'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles'Earlier this month, "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" co-creator Kevin Eastman created significant buzz when he posted on his website that talks were underway for a new live-action film featuring the comic book characters he created alongside Peter Laird back in 1983.

The post was removed a short time later after "Turtles" writer Steve Murphy labeled it as "complete nonsense," and Eastman offered up an apology to various industry peers for sharing information about the project. The beans had already been spilled, however, and though Eastman had sold his rights to the TMNT property back to Laird and Mirage Studios back in 2000, his connection to the property still generated significant speculation about the future of TMNT on the big screen.

So, in order to get the skinny on exactly what TMNT's owners have planned for the Turtles, Splash Page spoke with the owner of the property and the Turtles' main man, co-creator Peter Laird, about the live-action movie rumors, his thoughts on the recent CGI "TMNT" film and what TMNT fans can expect to see when (and if) the Turtles return to theaters. Read More...

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