But then Bay dropped quite the bombshell: he gucci handbags may be changing up the Turtles' origins.
"These turtles are from an alien race," he said, "And they're going to be tough, edgy, funny and completely loveable."
Until now they were referred to as mutant ninja turtles, not alien ninja turtles. For fans of the comics, the traditional backstory for the "Ninja Turtles" is that they were regular turtles who mutated after being exposed to a radioactive substance.
Needless to say, the fans are not too pleased with Bay for changing the origins of the beloved "Ninja Turtles."
"So will they be changing the title?," asked one Reddit user. "I mean, 'TMNT' doesn't really apply anymore ... Maybe they could be Teenage Alien Interstellar Ninja Turtles?"
However, another Reddit user pointed out that if the Turtles were in fact aliens -- and not nuchuck-wielding ninjas -- perhaps they would have developed more sophisticated weaponry:
"If they're aliens then why would they be ninjas!?!? They would have laser guns and lightsabers and junk! They wouldn't need to be ninjas! Michael Bay is the destroyer of worlds!"
Despite public fan outcry, Bay believes that the alien "Ninja Turtles" could inspire a whole new generation of kids to believe in Leonardo, Donatello, Michelangelo gucci outlet and Raphael again.
"When you see this movie, kids are going to believe, one day, that these turtles actually do exist when we are done with this movie."
The championships focus on "pole art," which emphasizes the fitness and creativity components of pole routines, the International Business Times reported.
According to the Telegraph, Roach felt like she didn't belong in "normal" society and sought refuge dancing in the underground Goth scene as a teen, ultimately getting into stage dancing in clubs. In 2006, the paper reported, she was inspired by a circus-themed double act and decided to take up pole dancing and aerial acrobatics.
But Roach also held a very "normal" job until 2009, Jezebel wrote. The Australian worked in information technology until she won a general pole competition, besting dancers with two arms and more experience. While she got her first prosthetic soon thereafter and learned to ride a bike at 28 years old, she still competes without the aid of the additional limb.
Around 11:00 a.m. on March 15, three Japanese tourists demonstrated that their answer was a resounding yes. Yuzu Noda, 21, Tomonari Saeki, 22, and Keita Osada, 21, were vacationing in Australia when they decided to take a day trip to North Stradbroke Island, the Brisbane Times reported. The three Tokyo students trustingly followed their GPS system's instructions to drive directly through Moreton Bay to the island, forgoing real roads.
The low tide was partially responsible for making the bay look more passable, according to the Evening Standard. Yuzu Noda defended their decision to attempt the drive, saying, "[the GPS] told us we could drive there."
The students were able to drive the rented Hyundai Getz about 50 yards into the bay before they realized they would be unable to drive farther, according to ABC. They attempted to turn around, but the incoming tide forced them to leave the vehicle behind.
The Redland Times noted that by 3 p.m., the car louis vuitton men bags was stuck in 2 meters (about 6.5 feet) of water. Though the car was insured, they will have to pay about $1,500 in extra damages.