Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows Premiere | #TMNT2 Green Carpet Style
The world premier of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows took place at Madison Square Garden and The Doost was in the house and interviewed the stars. The “red carpet” — which was more appropriately green — was filled with the cast, crew, and fans. There were booths set up for fans to get their faces painted, play games, win prizes, and listen to a Q&A.
The cast looked incredible! They mixed their Green Carpet style with cool TMNT2 attire. From the pop colors to vintage tee’s — each looked unique. Inspired by the lovable characters — The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. It was refreshing to see such styles being incorporated into red carpet looks.
Wherever I go, I dress for comfort and how clothes make me feel depending on my mood – sexy, edgy, girly etc… For the Turtles premiere, both Noel and I wanted something a little more fun and playful so our talented stylist, Lo helped us put these looks together.— Layla Alizada
I love pairing elements of fashion forward trends from the east coast with the laid back style of Los Angeles where Noel and I live. I chose to wear a fit and flair blue dress, but paired it with one of my favorite trends- a metallic purple bag and turquoise earrings to add pops of color.— Layla A.
Noel and I coordinated our looks. He wore a bold blue suit, but kept it laid back with a vintage Ninja Turtles tee and his favorite leather sneakers.— Layla A.
My favorite style trend in Manhattan this time around is metallic accessories and color blocking.— Layla Alizada
I wore Voodoo Vixen.
What a way to enjoy a film this cool and impactful — with the talents and hearts that made TMNT2 what it is. Once everyone took their seats — Vanilla Ice made an appearance with the original TMNT rap song. The same producer of TMNT2, Michael Bay, also produced Vanilla Ice’s first video. Way to bring it back around — How cool is that!!
I loved the movie and thought it was very touching. I laughed out loud so many times and also had emotional connection to the characters. Noel Fisher who played Michelangelo was on fire — bringing both comedy & drama into the film! He’s hilarious and made his character very relatable. I was impressed with the intense emotion each actor was able to portray in their character — after all, they are turtles and this is CGI. Bravo!!
Check out the movie releasing at theaters near you on Friday June 3rd & tell us what you think!