Leaked images and videos from the production set of “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2” surface online, giving fans hints about what to expect in the movie. Meanwhile, the producers are looking to cast men and women above the age of 18 as extras.
A casting call announcement on ClaimFame, states that the producers are looking for extras to play the role of “lower Manhattan pedestrians.” The producers are looking for men and women with “fresh faces” above the age of 18. Actors have been urged to apply as soon as possible since the roles may be filled by June 27. Filming of the relevant scenes is expected to take place this weekend. Meanwhile, leaks from the production set of the movie continue to surface online.
This set of photos show cast member Stephen Amell talking to some of the fans before filming his scenes for the movie. This photo shows the actor practicing with roller blades for the movie, indicating that his character Casey Jones will be wearing roller blades in the movie. This photo gives a closer look at the actor as he's practicing.
Amell posted this video on his official Instagram account; the video was apparently taken at the production set of “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2.” The video only shows the actor sweating and breathing heavily. Towards the end of the video, he only says “turtles.” This photo shows the actor meeting some of the fans while filming scenes for the movie.
This video on Instagram shows two cast members having some fun on the production set. The video shows actor Alan Ritchson, who plays Raphael, getting hit by nunchuks, while he braces for the hit. Noel Fisher, who plays Michaelangelo, may have hit his fellow cast member a little too hard because Ritchson screams in pain. The other cast members can he heard laughing in the video.
“Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2” is the sequel to the 2014 box office hit. The movie is being directed by Dave Green and is slated to be released on June 3, 2016 in the U.S. Megan Fox and William Fichtner will be reprising their roles as April O’Neil and Eric Sacks, respectively, and Brian Tee will be playing the role of the villain, Shredder.