Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows is a 2016 American sci-fi action comedy, directed by Dave Green, written by Josh Appelbaum and André Nemec, based on characters from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. This is a sequel to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles with stars such as Megan Fox, Stephen Amell, Will Arnett, Brian Tee, Tyler Perry, Brittany Ishibashi, Laura Linney and William Fichtner. Main photography in the film begins April 27, 2015 in New York City. The film was released in theaters on June 3, 2016 in 3D, RealD 3D and 4DX like the previous movie.
After Shredder was defeated and imprisoned, the daily life of the four turtle ninjas returned to the way they used to because their efforts to defeat Shredder were all ceded to Vern Fenwick. This time Footclan planned to rescue their leader, but the four turtle ninja knew and planned to stop, during the Shredder leader's rescue a secret portal pulled him away. failing to stop Shredder.
When Shredder was dragged he reached an X dimension on the Technodrome owned by a general named Krang, General Krang wanted Shredder to support him by pointing him to Earth with shards of broadcast equipment scattered all over the place. over the world. In this way, the Krang can help the Shredder market to take over Earth, after the deal is over, the Krang releases Shredder back to the Footclan sect. Krang knew the deal was flashy, but he had another plan to turn to Shredder when he was done.
As for Shredder, after being released, he immediately contacted Dr. Stockman, now a scientist from Footclan, to plan to collect the pieces of equipment Krang asked for. Due to being unable to do the nonsense on his own, Shredder hired two more criminals Bebop and Rocksteady, then to increase work efficiency Shredder asked Stockman to turn these two guys into Pig warriors. The phrase "Bebop" and the Rhino "Rocksteady". This time a police officer Casey was suspended after Shredder's successful escape, in order to find information quickly, he followed Bebop and Rocksteady and learned that Shredder had recruited these two guys into Footclan. . While chasing the criminals, Casey met April O'Neil and four turtle ninja so he accepted to help them stop Shreeder and his companions are gradually collecting signal fragments.
Shredder's deterrent had failed to collect signal fragments, and four tortoise ninjas were unfortunately captured by New York police. Shredder now has a chance to open the gate to the space X dimension to meet Krang. However, when conducting further negotiations with the Krang, Shredder unfortunately was frozen by Krang and stored in the archives. The Krang now follows a piece of the signal Shredder collects and brings the entire Technodrom machine into the center of New York by reassembling itself according to the emitted signal. Realizing that the situation seemed to be getting worse when no New York police stood out, the four turtle ninja decided to move to the center of the Technodrome, which was in the process of assembling. Here they clashed with the Krang.
Thanks to Donatello's technological knowledge, the turtle ninja recorded the signal transmitter that guided the Technodrome back into X space when he was able to defeat the Krang. Now the Technodrome works in the original way, which is to disassemble and re-enter the original way and pull the Krang back into space X. Our turtles once again overcame the danger. endangered New York when Footclan's plans were smashed.
Pete Ploszek as Leonardo: The leader of the turtles who wields a pair of katana in battle.
Alan Ritchson as Raphael: The hot-headed brother who wields a pair of sai in battle.
Jeremy Howard as Donatello: The intelligent brother known for his scientific and technological expertise who builds equipment and machinery for the turtles and who wields a bo-staff in battle.
Noel Fisher as Michelangelo: The light-hearted brother known for his pranks and jokes and who wields a pair of nunchucks in battle.
Peter D. Badalamenti (motion-capture) and Tony Shalhoub (voice) as Splinter: The mentor and father-figure of the turtles. His motion-capture was previously performed by Danny Woodburn in the first film.
Gary Anthony Williams as Bebop: A criminal partner of Rocksteady who was genetically mutated into an anthropomorphic warthog.
Stephen Farrelly as Rocksteady: A criminal partner of Bebop who was genetically mutated into an anthropomorphic rhinoceros.
Brad Garrett as Krang: A megalomaniacal ruthless extraterrestrial life-form equipped with a robotic prototype body, who seeks to destroy Earth and enslave the universe.
Megan Fox as April O'Neil: A reporter for Channel 6 News who had befriended the turtles in the previous film, who now helps them fight the released Shredder and his allies.
Stephen Amell as Casey Jones: A corrections officer turned vigilante who wears a hockey-mask and wields a hockey stick as a weapon. He eventually meets and befriends the turtles and April.
Will Arnett as Vern "The Falcon" Fenwick: April's cameraman and friend who is revealed to have taken credit for the turtles' actions in saving New York City. He assists the turtles in stopping Shredder once again.
Laura Linney as Police Chief Rebecca Vincent:  the chief of NYPD who initially detests but later allies with the turtles in saving New York City.
Brian Tee as The Shredder:  The leader of the Foot Clan who now seeks revenge on the turtles and allies with Krang. He was previously portrayed by Tohoru Masamune in the first film.
Tyler Perry as Dr. Baxter Stockman: A mad scientist and former worker at Sacks Industries who allies with Shredder in the latter's aims to take over New York City.
Brittany Ishibashi as Karai: Shredder's second in-command. She was previously portrayed by Minae Noji in the first film.