Bay's TMNT reboot finds its Leonardo, Donatello and Michaelangelo

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have finally come together. For the upcoming reboot, all four members have been cast. Last week, it was confirmed that Alan Ritchson (Smallville, The Hunger Games) would play Raphael, the resident bad boy, who's a master of the sais. Now they've found his three gifted brothers.

Leonardo will be played by newcomer Pete Ploszek. The actor only has two credits to his name (Parks and Recreation, Shameless), but he's landed the role of the Turtles' leader. Leonardo's the oldest of the group, who uses a katana. Next, there's Jeremy Howard as Donatello. He made his acting debut back in 1992 and has appeared in Galaxy Quest, Men in Black II and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Donatello is a science and tech genius who's known for fighting with a bo staff.

Last but not least is Noel Fisher. Out of the four, he has the most acting credits and has appeared in some high-profile projects. Most recently, he starred in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2, the TV mini-series Hatfields & McCoys and Battle Los Angeles. In Ninja Turtles, Fisher will play Michelangelo. He's the youngest brother, who wields a pair of nunchaku.

The four actors will join Megan Fox, who was previously cast as the female lead (April O'Neil).

Ninja Turtles is directed by Jonathan Liebesman and scheduled to hit theaters June 6, 2014.

(via Deadline)

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