In what is sure to be great news for many fans, the original Teen Titans are returning, but not exactly in the form you’d expect. While it’s still unclear of the capacity of the announcement, be it a new series, movie, or mini-series, Teen Titans vs. Teen Titans GO! is a real thing, as confirmed by Warner Bros. Animation.
The above trailer is said to be from next week’s Blu-ray and DVD release of Teen Titans GO! To the Movies, leaking online ahead of its release. What do you think of this idea? A good way to ease a new audience into the old team maybe?
That was actually a good twist involving Two-Face. It was Two-Face at all that killed the mysterious Karl Twist… it was Harvey Dent. The righteous man gone off the grid from his secondary personality. Now, with all of that, Two-Face is working with Batman and the GCPD to stop Kobra. We even got a small nod to The Silencer in there, with that mention of Leviathan. That was very cool.
There’s something fishy about this entire Lois and Jon situation. I feel as if this isn’t going to be the real Lois Lane, or she’s been brainwashed by Jor-El or something. It’s strange. With that said, the looming threat of Ms. Goode at the Daily Planet creates an insane amount of tension every time her and Clark are around each other, now. Even after Batman took her kryptonite. That’s called good writing.
Once again, DC has thrown together an unlikely team of heroes, and given them pretty fantastic chemistry. While this team doesn’t quite have the chemistry of the Justice League Dark, they work well together in unique ways, and that’s awesome. Throw in a mysterious destiny regarding the Multiverse and it makes for a pretty incredible book, even though it’s only two issues in.
This was a fast-moving issue that moved the Rogue’s in general further, with Trickster already reuniting with the original Trickster, and now Heat Wave losing his scars and remembering his old ways. Iris embraced her old memories, adn the Flash finally accepted his path. It looks like The Flash is destined to get back to its old, fun status quo, and that’s great. The real mystery now… who is Commander Cold?
For once in this book, it genuinely looked like Silencer was going to lose this fight while trapped in Quietus’ body, but through sheer luck of timing, she made it out alright. With her enemy in pieces on top of that. But unfortunately, her husband is getting closer to the truth of her double-life, and even worse, Talia Al-Ghul has been brought back to life… again.
It was pretty obvious from the last issue that Doc Dread was Java, given his conniving dealings and attempts at stealing away Sapphire from Rex. Now, we have confirmation, and his plan has already been stopped by Tom Strong and the Terrifics, whom I honestly hope stick together for a while, as they seem to make a fun team, that acts as a nice throwback to the days of Doc Savage, and heroes of that ilk.
This entire issue was more about building the story, and introducing new characters and ideas, and that’s completely fine. I was, admittedly, starting to get a bit lost with a lot of the new terminology, but it was instantly explained and implied what it all is, and that’s some great story-telling. I’m also glad that new “evil Ranger” turned out to not be evil after all, to avoid treading old paths. A new villain sounds like a good idea.
DC Entertainment has released a series of character teasers spotlighting the four members of the upcoming streaming series, Titans, and giving them each a chance to shine. Robin, Starfire, Beast Boy, and Raven are given better glimpses of their powers, and their pasts.
Titans hits the DC Universe streaming service on October 12th. You can hit the jump to watch the other 3 trailers.
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Last night, DC Entertainment hosted the first edition of their DC Daily News show that will air on their upcoming DC Universe streaming service, featuring Kevin Smith, and alongside it came plenty of news about the service and its upcoming features. The biggest of which came with the official release date of September 15th for the service to begin.
DC Universe will give fans access to a bevy of past comic books, animated series, films, television shows, and more – all featuring fan-favorite DC heroes. Hit the jump for more of the news revealed during the service.
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Beginning my bit of catch-up after attending SDCC, DC Universe has unveiled the first official trailer for the upcoming Titans series, and it’s a lot darker than any of us anticipated. Robin is shown killing thugs, and the effects look spotty at best. It’s possible that parts of this are still unfinished, but it still looks like quite the uphill battle.
Titans stars Brenton Thwaites (Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales) as Dick Grayson/Robin, Teagan Croft (Home and Away) as Raven, Anna Diop (24: Legacy) as Koriand’r/Starfire, Alan Ritchson (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) & Minka Kelly (Friday Night Lights) as Hawk and Dove.
Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment have finally officially announced their newest streaming service. Titled DC Universe, the service will play host to a number of exclusive series including the live-action Titans, the animated Harley Quinn, and the highly anticipated third season of Young Justice: Outsiders.
Not much is currently known about the service aside from its exclusives, but you can sign up to learn more when it’s available over on the official announcement page, or you can hit the jump to take a look at the official title-cards for those 3 exclusive series.
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Warner Bros. Animation has debuted a new trailer for Teen Titans GO! To The Movies, and it gives us all new footage, with plot and we even get to hear Nicolas Cage finally play Superman in our lifetime. The movie sees the Titans try to bring Deathstroke on as a nemesis in order to get their own film adaptation.
The animated film will feature the voice cast of the series, including Greg Cipes as Beast Boy, Scott Menville as Robin, Khary Payton as Cyborg, Tara Strong as Raven, and Hynden Walch as Starfire. Additionally, Will Arnett will voice Slade Wilson, Kristen Bell is Jade Wilson, James Corden is Balloon Man, Halsey is Wonder Woman, Lil Yachty is Green Lantern, and Nicolas Cage will voice Superman. Teen Titans GO! To The Movies hits theaters on July 27th.
A series of hilarious character posters for the upcoming Teen Titans GO! To The Movies have been released that poke fun at the live-action Justice League. The posters feature the titans offering a bit of critique against their live-action adult counterparts, continuing the sarcastic marketing of the animated film.
The animated film will feature the voice cast of the series, including Greg Cipes as Beast Boy, Scott Menville as Robin, Khary Payton as Cyborg, Tara Strong as Raven, and Hynden Walch as Starfire. Additionally, Will Arnett will voice Slade Wilson, Kristen Bell is Jade Wilson, James Corden is Balloon Man, Halsey is Wonder Woman, Lil Yachty is Green Lantern, and Nicolas Cage will voice Superman. Hit the jump to check out all 5 posters in full.
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Warner Bros. Animation is slowly releasing the voice cast for its upcoming Teen Titans GO! To The Movies, and it’s Justice League is shaping up to be something special. Lil Yachty is set to play Green Lantern John Stewart, singer-songwriter Halsey will play Wonder Woman, and Nicolas Cage will finally get his chance to play Superman.
This is most certainly a ton of stunt-casting, but it’s going to make for one hell of a fun movie, which this is most certainly shaping up to be.
Warner Bros. Animation has released the first official trailer for the upcoming animated feature, Teen Titans GO! To The Movies, and it’s clearly going to be a hilarious shakedown of superhero film culture, that is way too meta. After the team jokes that no one wants to see them, they just want to see Wonder Woman, they then follow up with a joke about Aquaman getting a film, as well.
This is definitely going to be one to watch, as it’s quite a surprise for the year. Hopefully it remains a pleasant one.
Warner Bros. has released the first official poster for this year’s upcoming Teen Titans GO! To The Movies animated film, as well as a trailer tease video on the film’s official Twitter account. The first trailer is set to launch tomorrow, and with a large fan-base among kids and adults, the film is expected to be a reasonable success.
Maybe we’ll be surprised, just as with the Lego Batman Movie. Only time will tell. Hit the jump to see the trailer tease and full poster.
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DC Entertainment has announced that fan-favorite actor, Ryan Potter, has joined the cast of the live-action Titans series in the role of Beast Boy. However, this isn’t Potter’s first foray into the superhero genre, as he voiced Hiro Hamada in the Big Hero 6 animated film, as well as its upcoming television series.
Potter joins an ensemble cast that includes Anna Diop (24: Legacy) as Koriand’r/Starfire, Brenton Thwaites (Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales) as Dick Grayson/Robin, Teagan Croft (Home and Away) as Raven, Minka Kelly (Friday Night Lights) as Dawn Granger/Dove, and Alan Ritchson (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) as Hank Hall/Hawk.
Warner Bros. Pictures announced today that Will Arnett (The LEGO Batman Movie) and Kristen Bell (Frozen) have joined the voice cast of the upcoming Teen Titans GO! animated feature film, which is now officially titled Teen Titans GO! to the Movies.
The animated feature will also play host to the voice cast of the series including Greg Cipes as Beast Boy, Scott Menville as Robin, Khary Payton as Cyborg, Tara Strong as Raven, and Hynden Walch as Starfire. In the film, the group will reprise their roles from the Cartoon Network series. Hit the jump to check out the first poster for the upcoming film.
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Warner Bros. Animation has thrown a bit of a curve-ball, and announced that the untitled animation project that was set for Summer 2018 is a feature-length Teen Titans GO! animated feature film. The film is set for release on July 27th, 2018.
Not to be confused with the fast-moving Titans series debuting next year on the official DC Entertainment Streaming service, the cast of the animated series is expected to reprise their roles, but not other details are currently available.
Deadline is reporting that Alan Ritchson and Minka Kelly have joined the upcoming live-action adaptation of Titans, as Hawk & Dove, respectively. The roles are recurring, with the option to become series regulars later, and a potential spin-off is still on the table for the two characters.
Hawk is described an “offensive bruiser,” while Dove is “strategic, defensive, and lithe.” Ritchson and Kelly join the previously cast Brenton Thwaites as Robin, Teagan Croft as Raven, and Anna Diop as Starfire.