Is it hot in here? Or is it just the black on black rubber ninja suit we're wearing? Seriously though, crime-fighting heroes don't always have the comfiest of wardrobes. Doing high kicks in face masks and pounds of armor can be exhausting...and yes, very, very warm! But don't worry, Ryan Potter and the rest of the Supah Ninjas crew are practically pros when it comes to temperature control.
When all eyes are on you, it's hard not to get a little bit nervous. But what about when there's millions of eyes watching your every move at once?! Somebody call pest control, 'cause there's about to be a butterfly outbreak!!! Okay, seriously though, tons of our Nick stars have to face the cameras every single day, knowing full well that fans everywhere will be watching. But do they ever get camera shy? Well, when Popstar! chatted with Gracie Dzienny, Ryan Potter and Carlos Knight of the Supah Ninjas, the stars spilled it all.
Lights, camera, action-packed adventure! You may think you know all there is to know about the crime-fighting Supah Ninjas just from watching them on screen. But there's more to these dojo-masters than you think! Ryan Potter and Carlos Knight gave the inside scoop to StuffWeLike.com on starting their acting careers and how they relate to their high-kicking characters. And we're giving you the inside scoop!
The Supah Ninjas are looking for a glitzy new villain named Limelight, and he knows how to get their attention.
The Supah Ninjas can't crack the combination to defeat the Skeleton Crew in this hallway brawl.
The Supah Ninjas are cooped up with a smelly ex-pretty boy for what is sure to be the longest detention ever.
Mike is stuck on a police ride-along with his dad while the other Supah Ninjas battle some vicious cyborgs!
Why is Mike's cousin Connor talking to somebody who is determined to destroy the Fukanaga ninja legacy??
There's a new quick-punching performer that just moved in to the hills of Hollywood! Ryan Potter scored the role of Mike Fukanaga; the shy, yet fearless leader of the karate-kicking clan, the Supah Ninjas. But he's a martial arts master in real life, too! Ryan grew up in Tokyo, Japan and he's been training in martial arts since he was eight years old. But after moving to the U.S, Ryan decided to take on a new hobby...acting! And now he's one of the brightest new stars in Tinsel Town. Paparazzi be warned, this Samurai-skilled celeb is fighting his way to the top the A-list.