Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie is a 2019-2D animated adventure movie was produced by Nickelodeon Animation Studio and Flying Bark Productions and was distributed by Paramount Pictures and was released on June 14, 2019 along with a 2019 short film PAW Patrol: Marshall and Rocky Save the Day.

Cast [edit | edit source]

  • Omar Benson Miller as Raphael, an alligator snapping turtle who is the "oldest, biggest, and strongest brother" at 16 years old.
  • Ben Schwartz as Leonardo, a red-eared slider who is the "self-proclaimed 'coolest' brother", 15 years old like Donnie.
  • Brandon Mychal Smith as Michelangelo, an ornate box turtle who is the "youngest jokester, prankster brother" at 14 years old.
  • Josh Brener as Donatello, a spiny softshell turtle who is the "genius of the team", who relishes praise from others. He’s 15 years old like Leo.
  • Kat Graham as April O'Neil, A human friend of the Ninja Turtles.
  • Frank Welker as Mayhem, An unspecified cat/dog-like creature with short-range teleportation abilities that becomes April's pet.
  • Eric Bauza as Splinter, A mutant gray rat who is the Ninja Turtles' sensei and adoptive father.
  • Thurop Van Orman as Todd Capybara, A friendly mutant capybara and selfless charitable caretaker of Cuddles Cakes Puppy Rescue on Long Island.
  • Eric Bauza also voices as as Señor Hueso, A skeleton who uses his own left arm for a cane.
  • E.G. Daily as Prairie Dog, A mutant prairie dog who is the group's lead singer and guitarist.
  • Betsy Sodaro as Ground Hog, A mutant groundhog who is the group's dig-obsessed drummer.
  • E.G. Daily also voices as Honey Badger, A mutant honey badger who is the group's secondary guitarist.
  • Rob Paulsen as Frankenfoot, A patchwork Origami Ninja put together by Raph as a sparring partner.
  • Greg Cipes as S.H.E.L.L.D.O.N., An A.I. invention that is devoted to its creator Donatello, causing a disgruntled Raphael, Leonardo and Michelangelo to reprogram and thus inadvertently turning it against their brother.
  • Chelsea Peretti as Piebald, A goldfish that is owned by Splinter and was accidentally flushed down the toilet by the Turtles months ago
  • Evanna Lynch as Gentry, A young Yōkai witch from the Hidden City's Witch Town district who befriends April and (though much less) Donatello.
  • John Cena as Baron Draxum, A turquoise-skinned Yōkai warrior and alchemist from the "Hidden City" with maroon hair and faun-like legs, who has the power to augment his own body by crushing pods in his hands.
  • Timothy Simons & Sam Richardson as Huginn and Muninn, Two small gargoyle-like creatures with retractable wings that are often seen sitting on Baron Draxum's shoulders. Huginn has a frog-like body and a cat-like head and tail while Muninn has a frog-like body and a tapir-like head. Their name and presence as Draxum's constant companions are a play on Odin's ravens Huginn and Muninn.
  • Fred Tatasciore as Garm and Freki, Two guardsmen that work for Baron Draxum who are experts at armed combat.
  • Rob Paulsen also voices as Foot Lieutenant, A leading officer of the Foot Clan.
  • Maurice LaMarche as Foot Brute, A buff member of the Foot Clan who works alongside Foot Lieutenant.
  • Zelda Williams as Foot Recruit, An unnamed female member of the Foot Clan with a hyper-aggressive personality.
  • Cree Summer as Jocelyn, A Foot Initiate who gains the mark of the Foot in "How to Make Enemies and Bend People to Your Will."
  • Johnny Rotten as Meat Sweats, Rupert Swaggart is a former celebrity chef who was turned into a mutant domestic pig upon being stung by an Oozesquito while hitting a failing contestant with a slab of pig meat during his TV show "Kondescending Kitchen."
  • Tom Kenny as Albearto, An animatronic brown bear used at children's birthday parties in Albearto's Pizzeria.
  • Tom Kenny also voices as Al-Beardo the Pirate, An animatronic bear pirate with a hook for a right hand, an eyepatch over his right eye, and a left peg leg who is the mascot of a failed Albearto's British- and pirate-themed franchise called "Al-Beardo's Squid and Chips".
  • John Michael Higgins as Warren Stone, A semi-successful and narcissistic news anchor who mutated into a small mutant earthworm with an earthworm tail instead of legs after being stung by an Oozesquito.
  • Rhys Darby as Hypno-Potamus, Mezmer-Ron is a successful stage magician and hypnotist who mutated into a hippopotamus after he was stung by an Oozesquito that merged him with his pet hippopotamus Doug.
  • Fred Tatasciore also voices as Repo Mantis, The vicious, treacherous, and greedy owner of a salvage yard called Repo Mantis Salvage who was mutated into a purple mutant mantis after being stung by an Oozesquito.
  • Frank Welker also voices as Mrs. Nubbins, Repo Mantis' pet cat who was stung by an Oozesquito and mutated into a cat/mantis hybrid due to having been in contact with her owner.
  • Jorge Gutierrez as Ghostbear, A human masked wrestling champion in a white bear cape who cheats.
  • Grey Griffin as Atomic Lass, An unnamed mutant cockroach dressed as Atomic Lass.
  • John DiMaggio as Joey the Junkyard Dog, An unnamed mutant cockroach dressed as Joey the Junkyard Dog.
  • Ramone Hamilton as Baxter Stockboy, An unpaid stockboy and self-proclaimed "internet celebrity" who is loosely based on Baxter Stockman.
  • Eliza Schneider as Mrs. Cuddles, A plush rabbit character from the TV series of the same name who comes to life to feeds on fear of her to become bigger and stronger.
  • Lena Headey as Big Mama, A Jorōgumo who can change between her purple-skinned human form and her humanoid spider form.
  • Fred Tatasciore also voices as Gus, A mutant bulldog that is loyal to Big Mama who can grow spikes on his body. Gus is prone to partaking in a game of fetch.
  • Eric Bauza also voices as Fox Bellhop, An unnamed mutant red fox that works as a bellhop at Big Mama's Battle Nexus.
  • Nolan North as Octopus Elevator Operator, An unnamed mutant octopus that works as an elevator operator at the Grand Nexus Hotel.
  • Nolan North also voices as Otter Bellhop, An unnamed mutant North American river otter that works as a bellhop at Big Mama's Battle Nexus.
  • Fred Tatasciore also voices as Owl Bellhop, An unnamed mutant barn owl that works as a bellhop at Big Mama's Battle Nexus.
  • Molly Hagan as Mrs. O'Neil, April O'Neil's mother.
  • Danica McKellar as Taylor Martin, one of the most popular students in April's high school.
  • Nev Scharrel as Riley, Bonnie's adoptive daughter (Live Action Segment Beginning and End only)
  • Holly Hunter as Bonnie, Riley's mother (Live Action Segment Beginning and End only)
  • Deann Degruijter as Pellie, a white stork who was the mayor of Baron Draxum, she said "You're not supposed to end up in a battle.", Baron Draxum said to her, "What did you just say?", she said again, "I said you're not..." then she changes to Raph's voice and she said "Supposed to end up in a battle!", And Baron Draxum said, "What's that?", It was Raphael, dressed up in a stork suit, got ripped off of Raph.
  • Eden Sher as Star Butterfly, a teenage princess of the Kingdom of Mewni (located in another dimension) sent to Earth by her parents in order to learn how to use the royal magic wand, with supervision from Glossaryck and she becomes Leo's girlfriend.
  • Frank Welker also voices as The Squirrel, a pesky squirrel who got chased by Mayhem, got scared by Raph barking like a real doggie and later got friends with Mayhem and Raph.
  • Brad Bird as Marjorie, an old woman who is April O'Neil's visitor.
  • Frank Welker also voices as Shadow, a scottish terrier who is Marjorie's pet dog and Mayhem's visitor.
  • Frank Welker also voices as Milo, a horse who tackles Splinter very funny.
  • Scott Menville as Ryder, a police officer who is Brian's best friend.
  • Khary Payton as Brian, a police officer who is Ryder's best friend.
  • Frank Welker also voices as Diana, a bald eagle who is Ryder and Brian's pet eagle.
  • Frank Welker also voices as The Raccoon, an aggressive-looking raccoon who steals food from Mayhem and later got defeated by Mayhem.
  • Hynden Walch as Angel, a rabbit who is the love interest of Raph.
  • Jason Deline as Decimator Helios, a giant evil robot dragon who is Baron Draxum's master who wants to destroy New York City.

Soundtrack[edit | edit source]

  1. Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Theme Song (Extended Version) – Matt Mahaffey
  2. Only Girl (In The World) – Rihanna
  3. At Last – Etta James
  4. Dani California – Red Hot Chili Peppers
  5. Jessie's Girl – Rick Springfield
  6. Sorry – Justin Bieber
  7. You Really Got Me – The Kinks
  8. Movin' Out (Anthony's Song) – Billy Joel
  9. Borderline – Madonna
  10. Flashdance What A Feeling – Irene Cara
  11. Ex's & Oh's – Elle King
  12. Oh Sherrie – Steve Perry
  13. Vogue – Madonna
  14. Run To You – Bryan Adams
  15. Straight Up – Paula Abdul
  16. Hit Me With Your Best Shot – Pat Benatar
  17. Happy Together – The Turtles
  18. Everything is Awesome – Tegan and Sara
  19. September – Earth, Wind & Fire
  20. Never Gonna Give You Up – Rick Astley
  21. You're The Inspiration – Chicago
  22. What a Wonderful World – Louis Armstrong
  23. I'm Coming Out – Diana Ross
  24. Go Your Own Way – Fleetwood Mac
  25. Somebody That I Used To Know – Gotye ft. Kimbra
  26. Counting Stars – OneRepublic
  27. Rock With You – Michael Jackson
  28. St. Elmo's Fire (Man in Motion) – John Parr
  29. Baby Shark – Pinkfong
  30. Shallow – Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper
  31. Anyway You Want It – Journey
  32. I Gotta Feeling – The Black Eyed Peas
  33. Home – Phillip Phillips
  34. Heaven – Bryan Adams
  35. Come On Eileen – Dexy's Midnight Runners
  36. Send My Love (To Your New Lover) – Adele
  37. Shape of You – Ed Sheeran
  38. Don't You Want Me – The Human League
  39. All I Do Is Win – DJ Khaled ft. Ludacris, Rick Ross, T-Pain and Snoop Dogg
  40. Always Be My Baby – Mariah Carey
  41. Who Let The Dogs Out – Baha Men
  42. Billie Jean – Michael Jackson
  43. Memories – Maroon 5
  44. Missing You – John Waite
  45. Believe – Cher
  46. Lips Are Movin' – Meghan Trainor
  47. That's What I Like – Flo Rida ft. Fitz
  48. Break My Stride – Matthew Wilder
  49. Fight Song – Rachel Platten
  50. Since U Been Gone – Kelly Clarkson
  51. Livin' On A Prayer – Bon Jovi
  52. Closer – The Chainsmokers ft. Halsey
  53. Alex Chilton – The Replacements
  54. The Way You Make Me Feel – Michael Jackson
  55. Need You Tonight – INXS
  56. Down Under – Men at Work
  57. I Got You (I Feel Good) – James Brown
  58. You Keep Me Hangin' On – Kim Wilde
  59. Jump – Van Halen
  60. Material Girl – Madonna
  61. You're My Best Friend – Queen
  62. So Emotional – Whitney Houston
  63. Baby Hold On to Me – Eddie Money
  64. Love Shack – The B-52's
  65. Time After Time – Cyndi Lauper
  66. I Love You Always Forever – Donna Lewis
  67. Forget You – Cee Lo Green
  68. Cups – Anna Kendrick
  69. Take On Me – a-ha
  70. All About That Bass – Meghan Trainor
  71. So What – P!nk
  72. Thinking Out Loud – Ed Sheeran
  73. Margaritaville – Jimmy Buffett
  74. Wake Me Up – Avicii
  75. Hotel California – Eagles
  76. Hey There Delilah – Plain White T's
  77. (I Just) Died in Your Arms – Cutting Crew
  78. Together Forever – Rick Astley
  79. Waiting On the World to Change – John Mayer
  80. I Don't Want to Miss a Thing – Aerosmith
  81. Walking on Sunshine – Katrina and the Waves
  82. Karma Chameleon – Culture Club
  83. Rumour Has It – Adele
  84. Open Arms – Journey
  85. Ain't No Mountain High Enough – Marvin Gaye ft. Tammi Terrell
  86. Am I Wrong – Nico & Vinz
  87. Dress You Up – Madonna
  88. It's My Life – Bon Jovi
  89. Lights Down Low – MAX ft. gnash
  90. We Found Love – Rihanna ft. Calvin Harris
  91. How Will I Know – Whitney Houston
  92. Bad Day – Daniel Powter
  93. Last Dance (Extended Version) – Donna Summer
  94. Free Fallin' – Tom Petty
  95. Don't Go Breaking My Heart – Elton John
  96. Talking in Your Sleep – The Romantics
  97. Beyond the Sea – Robbie Williams
  98. Caribbean Queen – Billy Ocean
  99. Hungry Eyes – Eric Carmen
  100. Complicated – Avril Lavigne
  101. Love Song – Sara Bareilles
  102. Blank Space – Taylor Swift ft. Alex Goot
  103. We Belong – Pat Benatar
  104. Hold On – Wilson Phillips
  105. If You Leave – OMD
  106. A Million Dreams – P!nk
  107. Perfect – Ed Sheeran
  108. Head Over Heals – Tears For Fears
  109. Here I Go Again – Whitesnake
  110. If This Is It – Huey Lewis And The News
  111. Mony Mony – Billy Idol
  112. You Belong With Me – Taylor Swift
  113. Gone, Gone, Gone – Phillip Phillips
  114. I Love Rock 'n' Roll – Joan Jett & the Blackhearts
  115. Pour Some Sugar On Me – Def Leppard
  116. Uptown Girl – Billy Joel
  117. Forever Young – Rod Stewart
  118. Don't Stop Believin' – Journey
  119. Dynamite – Taio Cruz
  120. More Than Words – Extreme
  121. Party In The U.S.A. – Miley Cyrus
  122. Stay – Zedd ft. Alessia Cara
  123. Play That Song – Train
  124. Like A Prayer – Madonna
  125. The Final Countdown – Europe
  126. Hungry like the Wolf – Duran Duran
  127. Teenage Dream – Katy Perry
  128. California Gurls – Katy Perry ft. Snoop Dogg
  129. Girls Like You – Maroon 5
  130. Eye of the Tiger – Survivor
  131. Separate Ways (Worlds Apart) – Journey
  132. Can't Fight This Feeling – REO Speedwagon
  133. Breathe – Faith Hill
  134. Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now – Starship (Played in the ending credits of the movie.)

Trivia [edit | edit source]

  • In the teaser trailer, The Final Countdown by Europe is played when the Ninja Turtles appear.
  • The Circle of Life opening scene from Disney's The Lion King was parodied during Mayhem's nightmare scene.
  • Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now by Starship is played in the ending credits of the movie.
  • Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie first aired on Nickelodeon on June 30, 2020.

Home Media[edit | edit source]

  • Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie was released on Blu-Ray on September 3, 2019, and on DVD on September 20, 2019 by Nickelodeon Animation Studio and Paramount Home Media Distribution.

Sound Effects Used[edit | edit source]

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