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* RoleReprisal: Mário Jorge, Garcia Júnior and Márcio Simões reprise their characters from [[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1987 the original series]] (Krang, Bebop and Rocksteady) in the Brazilian Portuguese dub. It helps that the movie's ADR director/translator, Manolo Rey, was the original voice of Leonardo.

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* RoleReprisal: RoleReprise: Mário Jorge, Garcia Júnior and Márcio Simões reprise their characters from [[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1987 the original series]] (Krang, Bebop and Rocksteady) in the Brazilian Portuguese dub. It helps that the movie's ADR director/translator, Manolo Rey, was the original voice of Leonardo.


* BoxOfficeBomb: Budget, $135 million (not counting marketing costs). Box office, $82,051,601 (domestic), $245,623,848 (worldwide). Things could have gone very badly if the movie didn't do so well overseas and in DVD sales.

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* BoxOfficeBomb: Budget, $135 million (not counting marketing costs). Box office, $82,051,601 (domestic), $245,623,848 (worldwide). Things could have gone very badly if the movie didn't do so well overseas and in DVD sales. The consequences? Viacom's quarterly profit reports went down and the planned third film was scrapped.

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* DisownedAdaptation: As with the previous movie, Peter Laird does not include the second reboot in the Q&A blog post.


* CreatorKiller: The second Paramount/Nickelodeon ''TMNT'' film was one of several 2016 bombs that mixed together with a shareholder revolt at Viacom from Sumner and Shari Redstone over CEO Philippe Dauman's handling of the company; it ultimately sunk Dauman's Viacom career after 10 years.

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* CreatorKiller: The second Paramount/Nickelodeon ''TMNT'' film was one of several 2016 bombs that mixed together with a shareholder revolt at Viacom from Sumner and Shari Redstone over CEO Philippe Dauman's handling of the company; it ultimately sunk led to Dauman's resignation from Viacom career after 10 years.years. It was also one of the last straws for Paramount CEO Brad Grey, who resigned in February 2017 and died a few months later.



* RoleReprisal: Mário Jorge, Garcia Jr. and Márcio Simões reprise their characters from [[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1987 the original series]] (Krang, Bebop and Rocksteady) in the Brazilian Portuguese dub. It helps that the movie's dubbing director/translator was the original voice of Leonardo.

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* RoleReprisal: Mário Jorge, Garcia Jr. Júnior and Márcio Simões reprise their characters from [[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1987 the original series]] (Krang, Bebop and Rocksteady) in the Brazilian Portuguese dub. It helps that the movie's dubbing director/translator ADR director/translator, Manolo Rey, was the original voice of Leonardo.


* FranchiseKiller: [[http://collider.com/teenage-mutant-ninja-turtles-2-box-office-flop/ According to this interview]], the movie didn't earn enough money to justify a second sequel that was being planned, ending this cinematic series and presumably this universe featuring the Turtles after two adventures. The makers ''are'' confident this won't be the last ''Ninja Turtles'' film, but even then, any possible future the franchise has in theaters will likely be yet another ContinuityReboot.

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* FranchiseKiller: [[http://collider.com/teenage-mutant-ninja-turtles-2-box-office-flop/ According to this interview]], the movie didn't earn enough money to justify a second sequel that was being planned, ending this cinematic series and presumably this universe featuring the Turtles after two adventures. planned. The makers ''are'' confident this won't be isn't the last ''Ninja Turtles'' film, but even then, any possible future the franchise has in theaters theatres will likely probably be yet another a ContinuityReboot.


* ActorAllusion: Somehow managing to allude an actor who isn't even in the game, one bit of dialogue references the fact that Creator/RobPaulsen was the original voice of Raph and the current voice of Donnie.

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* ActorAllusion: Somehow managing to allude an actor who isn't even in the game, one bit of dialogue references the fact that Creator/RobPaulsen was the original '87 voice of Raph and the current '12 voice of Donnie.


* BoxOfficeBomb: Budget, $135 million (not counting marketing costs). Box office, $81,860,656 (domestic so far), $239,239,350 (worldwide so far). Things could have gone very badly if the movie didn't do so well overseas and in DVD sales.

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* BoxOfficeBomb: Budget, $135 million (not counting marketing costs). Box office, $81,860,656 (domestic so far), $239,239,350 (worldwide so far).$82,051,601 (domestic), $245,623,848 (worldwide). Things could have gone very badly if the movie didn't do so well overseas and in DVD sales.



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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: The game has been delisted from every digital distribution store it's ever been on. The fact that the game was never given a physical release only makes this worse, since it basically confines the game to those who had purchased it back when it was available and those who can find a used console with the game in it (the latter method being a crapshoot at best).


* FranchiseKiller: [[http://collider.com/teenage-mutant-ninja-turtles-2-box-office-flop/ According to this interview]], the movie didn't earn enough money to justify a second sequel that was being planned, ending this cinematic series and presumably this universe featuring the Turtles after two adventures.

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* FranchiseKiller: [[http://collider.com/teenage-mutant-ninja-turtles-2-box-office-flop/ According to this interview]], the movie didn't earn enough money to justify a second sequel that was being planned, ending this cinematic series and presumably this universe featuring the Turtles after two adventures. The makers ''are'' confident this won't be the last ''Ninja Turtles'' film, but even then, any possible future the franchise has in theaters will likely be yet another ContinuityReboot.


* TheOtherMarty: ''SNL'' veteran Fred Armisen was originally scheduled to play Kraang, and was all set to shoot his scenes, but he bowed out due to scheduling conflicts. He was subsequently replaced by Creator/BradGarrett.

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* TheOtherMarty: ''SNL'' veteran Fred Armisen was originally scheduled to play Kraang, Krang, and was all set to shoot his scenes, but he bowed out due to scheduling conflicts. He was subsequently replaced by Creator/BradGarrett.


* ActorAllusion: Somehow managing to allude an actor who isn't even in the game, one bit of dialogue references the fact that RobPaulsen was the original voice of Raph and the current voice of Donnie.

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* ActorAllusion: Somehow managing to allude an actor who isn't even in the game, one bit of dialogue references the fact that RobPaulsen Creator/RobPaulsen was the original voice of Raph and the current voice of Donnie.


* BoxOfficeBomb: Budget, $135 million (not counting marketing costs). Box office, $81,860,656 (domestic so far), $239,239,350 (worldwide so far).

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* BoxOfficeBomb: Budget, $135 million (not counting marketing costs). Box office, $81,860,656 (domestic so far), $239,239,350 (worldwide so far). Things could have gone very badly if the movie didn't do so well overseas and in DVD sales.


** While he's still voiced by Tony Shalhoub, Master Splinter is now motion-captured by Peter D. Badalamenti, as opposed to Danny Woodburn.

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** While he's still voiced by Tony Shalhoub, Creator/TonyShalhoub, Master Splinter is now motion-captured by Peter D. Badalamenti, as opposed to Danny Woodburn.


* FranchiseKiller: [[http://collider.com/teenage-mutant-ninja-turtles-2-box-office-flop/ According to this interview]], the movie didn't earn enough money to justify a second sequel, ending this cinematic series and presumably this universe featuring the Turtles after two adventures.

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* FranchiseKiller: [[http://collider.com/teenage-mutant-ninja-turtles-2-box-office-flop/ According to this interview]], the movie didn't earn enough money to justify a second sequel, sequel that was being planned, ending this cinematic series and presumably this universe featuring the Turtles after two adventures.


* FranchiseKiller: [[http://collider.com/teenage-mutant-ninja-turtles-2-box-office-flop/ According to this interview]], the movie didn't earn enough money to justify a sequel.

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* FranchiseKiller: [[http://collider.com/teenage-mutant-ninja-turtles-2-box-office-flop/ According to this interview]], the movie didn't earn enough money to justify a sequel.second sequel, ending this cinematic series and presumably this universe featuring the Turtles after two adventures.



** Inverted with Pete Ploszek, who gets to provide motion capture and voicework for Leonardo this time rather than having dubbed over by Johnny Knoxville as in the prevoius film. This wasn't clear until the film actually came out, and Knoxville says he doesn't know why he wasn't asked to return.
** While he's still voiced by Toby Shalhoub, Master Splinter is now motion-captured by Peter D. Badalamenti, as opposed to Danny Woodburn.

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** Inverted with Pete Ploszek, who gets to provide motion capture and voicework for Leonardo this time rather than having dubbed over by Johnny Knoxville as in the prevoius previous film. This wasn't clear until the film actually came out, and Knoxville says he doesn't know why he wasn't asked to return.
** While he's still voiced by Toby Tony Shalhoub, Master Splinter is now motion-captured by Peter D. Badalamenti, as opposed to Danny Woodburn.

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