Teen Titans Go! To the Movies is a 2018 American animated superhero comedy film based on the television series Teen Titans Go!, which is based on the DC Comics superhero team of the same name. This film is directed by Peter Rida Michail and Aaron Horvath (in their feature directorial debuts) and written by Michael Jelenic and Horvath. The events of the film take place during the fifth season of the series. It is the second Warner Bros. Animation theatrical feature film to be based on a television series, following 1993's Batman: Mask of the Phantasm, in addition to being the first theatrical feature film to be based on a series airing on Cartoon Network since 2002's The Powerpuff Girls Movie. It features the voices of Greg Cipes, Scott Menville, Khary Payton, Tara Strong, and Hynden Walch reprising their respective roles from the series, while Will Arnett (who also produced the film) and Kristen Bell join the cast. The film follows the Teen Titans, who attempt to have a movie made about them in Hollywood while dealing with supervillain Slade, who was responsible for making blockbuster movies about superheroes undercover as a Hollywood director.
GameSpot's Chris Hayner, while finding fault with what he deemed excessive toilet humor and some dragging in the film, said that \"In a superhero movie landscape where the world is constantly being destroyed by massive CGI abominations, this is a refreshing change... it doesn't forget how funny and exciting these types of movies can be.\"
When the Teen Titans go to the big screen, they go big! It seems to the Teens that all the major superheroes out there are starring in their own movies\\u2014everyone but the Teen Titans, that is! But de facto leader Robin is determined to be seen as a star instead of a sidekick. With a few madcap ideas and a song in their heart, the Teen Titans head to Tinsel Town, certain to pull off their dream. But when the group is sidetracked by a seriously super villain and his maniacal plan to take over the Earth, things really go awry. The team finds their friendship and their fighting spirit failing, putting the very fate of the Teen Titans themselves on the line!\\u200B
He finally makes a full speaking appearance in the feature film, Teen Titans Go! to the Movies, where he disguises himself as a movie director, Jade Wilson and creates tons of superhero movies to keep the heroes busy while he steals tech from all the cities they protect for his mind control device.
Later, disguised as Jade, he invites the Titans to Hollywood and announces that he will make a movie about them due to their recent fight. While Robin is given a tour of the premises, Raven, Beast Boy, Starfire and Cyborg venture out and cause mischief. They find a Doomsday Machine that is heavily guarded by the heroes and try to destroy it, but \"Jade\" arrives and reveals that D.O.O.M.S.D.A.Y., is just a terrible acronym for a new streaming service for the new movies. He resolves to drop the rest of the Titans from the film and make it solely about Robin, which he happily accepts, much to the consternation of his team, who wish him luck.
Chris E. Hayner is an entertainment editor at GameSpot. Prior to his work at GameSpot, he contributed to a number of outlets including The Hollywood Report, IGN, Mashable, CBS Interactive, Tribune Media, and Nerdist. Beyond writing about TV, movies, and theme parks, Chris co-hosts and produces GameSpot's wrestling podcast Wrestle Buddies with Mat Elfring. Chris loves all movies, but especially Jaws and Paddington 2.
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While many viewers have expressed that they would like to see a continuation of the Snyderverse, the chances of that happening are slim to none. The DCEU has moved on to a new direction, and although Zack Snyder's Justice League was successful, it wasn't successful enough to warrant another change of plans for DC. However, by giving Zack Snyder a cameo in Teen Titans Go!, DC is highlighting that there is no bad blood between Snyder and the company. The episode seems like it will honor Snyder's legacy, with the Titans seeking him out because they believe he is a great director. Zack Snyder's DC movies have been influential to many viewers, and his cameo in a big Teen Titans Go! milestone proves that DC still respects Snyder's time with the company.
Out of all the DC projects in which Zack Snyder could cameo, Teen Titans Go! is the perfect choice. The series has already featured love letters to canceled and unfinished DC projects like Young Justice, Nicolas Cage's Superman movie, and the original Teen Titans, and Zack Snyder's cameo would add the Snyderverse to that DC hall of fame. Teen Titans Go! has also extensively joked at the expense of the Hollywood studio system and superhero movies as a whole, and the Titans seeing Snyder at the Warner Bros. lot means that all kinds of jokes could be made about the company's history with the Snyderverse. On top of honoring the director, Teen Titans Go! has already poked fun at some of Zack Snyder's films and his use of slow motion, so having him appear can show that these jabs are all in good fun.
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