First Night Of Filming For ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2’ 2016 Causes Controversy; Affected Parties Release Statement!


First Night Of Filming For 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2' 2016 Causes Controversy; Affected Parties Release Statement!
First Night Of Filming For 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2' 2016 Causes Controversy; Affected Parties Release Statement!

The upcoming “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2” film is set to come out in the year 2016, and filming has already begun.

While fans are excited and happy that the production for the film has kicked off to filming, the residents of Buffalo in New York seem to be feeling otherwise.

This is after reports surfaced that the film’s production crew have been causing trouble amongst the residents living close to the 33 expressway.

According to WGRZ , the police and crew members kept pushing spectators back in an unfriendly manner.  While that seemed harmless, residents also complained that the crew left trash on the streets, even on private properties.

They also wrecked the lawns of the properties with the use of their heavy equipment.

When the residents would approach to ask, they were allegedly met with rude attitudes coming from the crew members.

To top it all off, the noise from the movie’s explosion scenes and stunt cars allegedly disturbed the residents in a great way, as it was night time when this all happened.

To suuport the claim, the source cited above published some statements from the residents themselves.

“The noise level was unlike any other noise level in recent history here,” said a resident named Jeff McQueen.

“In the canyon, when it’s exploding in the canyon, it’s even extra loud…

I think the crews should keep in mind that this is still a community, and people still have to get up in the morning and go to work.” “They can blow up brand news cars, they can’t put the money into the signs to let the people know?” asked another resident named Mattie Moore.

The source cited above also added that the residents were not completely against filming, they just wish that there were more signs apart from the ones that were put that only say “no standing.” That way, they would quickly know where to place themselves when they would wish to spectate and not cause a hassle to everyone else in the area.

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