"Do you know what makes a real hero?". By showing all the team members dressed up in Wonder Woman cosplay, they are totally acknowledging that Wonder Woman was pretty much the only DC Comics based film to actually fire on all cylinders so far.
The crew of the popular Cartoon Network show - young versions of well-known DC Comics characters - follow in the footsteps of the Justice League when they hit the big screen in Teen Titans GO! to the Movies (in theaters July 27).
USA Today revealed that the plot of Teen Titans GO! "They're amusing, irreverent and delightful to watch". And now they're in a movie! "With a few madcap ideas and a song in their heart, the Teen Titans head to Tinsel Town, certain to pull off their dream". In addition to Menville, the entire cast from the show reprises their roles, including Robin's bubbly space-girlfriend Starfire (Hynden Walch) goth/emo half-demon Raven (Tara Strong) buff robot Cyborg (Khary Payton) and lackadaisical animal morpher Beast Boy (Greg Cipes). A huge departure from the beloved Teen Titans TV series that ran from 2003-2007, Teen Titans Go! is an off-the-wall wacky take on the characters, and often finds ways new, surreal ways to subvert the superhero genre.
To The Movies is directed by Aaron Horvath and Peter Rida Michail.
Going from 15-minute episodes to a full-length film also means bigger musical numbers and A-list guest stars like Kristen Bell, who voices superhero filmmaker du jour Jade Wilson.
It seems that with each passing year, the Heroic Age of Hollywood continues to prosper through numerous mediums.
Superhero movies are everywhere, and 2018 is set to be infested with so many.
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