Michelangelo of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles made a trip to The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City Thursday, visiting a limited-time-only exhibition displaying the art of Michelangelo.
This morning we welcomed Michelangelo, one of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (@TMNT) at The Met. Our celebrity guest came to see the work of an artist who happens to share his name. https://t.co/jUPJhto7Xr #MetMichelangelo pic.twitter.com/YS7T5xZv9a— The Met (@metmuseum) January 25, 2018
Mikey, a Family Ambassador for the city of New York, explored the Michelangelo: Divine Draftsman & Designer exhibit that is now on display at The Met until February 12.
The once-in-a-lifetime exhibition features 133 drawings, three marble sculptures, a wooden architectural model, and other pieces crafted by the world-renowned artist.
My museum-and-TMNT-loving 4 year olds just lost their minds when I showed them this. Could you here the excited shrieks all the way from Atlanta?— EJ Justice 🧠⚡💥 (@SynapseCrackle) January 25, 2018
Cowabunga! https://t.co/y8bFg6DuGw— T.J. Ortenzi (@tjortenzi) January 25, 2018
careful, he’s a party dude https://t.co/8eiw7kSPos— Rafi Schwartz (@TheJewishDream) January 25, 2018
Did you serve pizza?— Matt (@Buekish) January 25, 2018
did he have to pay an admission fee or is he a new york resident https://t.co/lBa2J6ds52— casey morell (@csymrl) January 25, 2018
Following a disastrous year for studio Paramount Pictures at the box office, there is currently no plan revealed for a third Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie.
Arrow star Stephen Amell, who joined the live-action big screen franchise in Out of the Shadows, said he "would love" to do a part three.
"I'd love to do more Casey Jones stuff. And I have a ton of really, really fun stories from the set, most of which include Will Arnett, and none of which I'm able to talk about right now," Amell said during a con appearance last month.
"Will Arnett can say literally anything and its funny, whatever it is. I love Will. Canadian. Not an accident."
Nickelodeon's upcoming Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series reboot recently added WWE performer and Ferdinand star John Cena to its ranks. The series is expected to debut on the children's network sometime this year.