Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem is out in theaters and followers and audiences appear to be loving it! The film managed to attain an A CinemaScore from audiences, which is fairly superior. The film managed to attach with longtime followers of the franchise and it additionally appeals to people who don’t have the nostalgic issue. It’s a tough factor to do, however Jeff Rowe and the inventive staff managed to tug it off.
There are additionally plenty of enjoyable little Easter eggs all through the film, however there’s one which positively caught out to followers who grew up on the unique live-action movies, particularly Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: Secret of the Ooze. There’s a scene within the film the place the Ninja Turtles discover themselves preventing Tokka and Rahzar throughout a Vanilla Ice live performance and Vanilla Ice seemingly begins singing his “Ninja Rap,” tune which was created for the film.
Effectively, that Ninja Rad tune made its means into Mutant Mayhem, and co-writer and producer Seth Rogen defined that the inclusion of it was a last-minute addition. He defined to CinemaBlend:
“That was an embarrassingly late-in-the-game choice. We have been looking for a joke to place there, we needed a tune on the radio, and we had picked some piece of like grownup modern music from the 80s, and it simply wasn’t proper.”
Throwing the Ninja Rap in there was positively the correct selection. When the tune popped up throughout the Ninja Turtle’s first struggle scene within the movie, and if you hear “Go ninja, go ninja, go!” It simply feels proper.
The director credit Rogen for using the tune explaining, “Then Seth texted me like late at evening one evening [Seth Rogen impression] ‘We must always put the Ninja Rap there!’ And it was, like, good!”
It’s type of loopy how this tune isn’t one thing they considered together with from the very starting. It looks like a no brainer. However, regardless it made it into the movie and it made followers completely happy. Who doesn’t love Vanilla Ice’s Ninja Rap!?