You will therefore have to wait until December 7 to see the seventh animated film adapted from the film franchise inspired by the Ninja Turtles, created by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird in 1984, arrive in your living room. Ninja Turtles: Teenage Years looks back on the young years by Michelangelo, Leonardo, Raphael and Donatello.
Seth Rogen in all the good stuff
Approved by both the public and the critics, this film directed by Jeff RoweKyler Spears, written by Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen, and whose rough-hewn style is sometimes reminiscent of the design of the group Gorillaz, will probably be entitled to a suite. This is undoubtedly why Paramount takes such great care with its release.
On December 7, Ninja Turtles: Teenage Years will benefit from a single Blu-Ray edition but also a 4K UHD+Blu-Ray combo as well as a limited UHD 4K+Blu-Ray Steelbook combo edition (visual below, with the original title of the film). Note that both will benefit from HDR Dolby Vision and VO Dolby Atmos. Small teaser trailer below with the remixed sound of A Tribe Called Quest (Can I Kick it)... cult.