Megan Fox Spotted In Her April O’Neil Duds On The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Set

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turtles bannerAfter having to suffer a long delay and countless waves of fan outrage, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot has actually started filming. The movie has been in front of the cameras for a few weeks, but the past few days have finally given us some set pictures. No turtles have been spotted as of yet, but Megan Fox has been seen out and about doing her reporting duties as ace reporter April O’Neil (via NukeTheFridge, CBM, Daily Mail). The actress, sporting her kind-of-red hair, is seen doing some work in a jacket that is an obvious homage to the ’80s cartoon series. While not the full-on yellow jumpsuit, a subtle nod is pretty nice. Fox was also ogled as she bounced on a trampoline. I mean Michael Bay is producing it, of course there are going to be scenes like that sprinkled in with the Ninja Turtle‘s fighting Shredder.

You can also spot Will Arnett hanging around the TV reporting van. His part was said to be for a small, undisclosed role. It looks like he may be April‘s camera guy. This means we can probably expect Arnett to play his usual brash, grown-up-frat-guy role. He’ll also probably hit on April. Will Casey have to smack him down? Just pure speculation on my part. What do you think about Fox as O’Neil? Do any of these images change your mind about her taking the role? The film is directed by Jonathan Liebesman and is scheduled for a June 6th, 2014 release date.
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