USA Today is reporting that Cage will voice Superman in the upcoming animated movie Teen Titans GO! To the Movies. Yesterday news broke that singer Halsey is playing Wonder Woman and rapper Lil Yachty is Green Lantern. The movie will be released on July 27th.
Aquaman isn’t the only DC movie coming out this year. Teen Titans GO! To the Movies hits theaters in July, and USA Today broke some casting news today. Singer Halsey will be voicing Wonder Woman and rapper Lil Yachty will play Green Lantern.
Take for example the new set photo above from blogTO. We clearly see a Gotham City News truck, but it’s impossible to know if this is from the set of Shazam or Titans without more context. My guess would be Titans since Shazam takes place in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, but who knows?
The Teen Titans GO! To the Movies trailer wasn’t afraid to poke fun at Wonder Woman and Aquaman, and now the latest poster is taking aim at Justice League.
Deadline is reporting that Bruno Bichir has been cast as The Chief in Titans, a new live-action series that Warner Bros. is developing for their upcoming DC streaming service.
When the Teen Titans go to the big screen, they go big! Watch the new “Teen Titans GO! to the Movies” trailer. VIA: Batman News
Teen Titans Go! is what was previously known as an “untitled animation film” set for Summer 2018. Warner Bros. announced today that Teen Titans Go! will hit theaters on July 27, 2018.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales star Brenton Thwaites has been cast as Dick Grayson in the lead role for Titans, which will premiere in 2018 on DC’s upcoming online streaming service.
13-year-old Australian actress Teagan Croft will play Raven in Titans, Deadline reports. Croft’s Raven is the daughter of a demon, and a powerful empath who must keep her emotions in check or risk unleashing her demonic side.
“We [at DC] have known about [TNT nixing Titans] for months and months and months. That’s not new news to us. We have plans for Titans,” Johns asserted. “It’s a huge piece of DC and we have plans.”
How much of the decision not to move forward with the DC Comics project Titans, also from Warner Bros., was based on the fact that you don’t own it? It wasn’t. Akiva [Goldsman] is a talented guy, [but] the script just wasn’t there. There is an unbelievable glut of superhero things in the market right […]
Today at the Television Critics Association winter press tour, TNT president Kevin Reilly revealed that the network decided to pass on Titans. “We just decided it wasn’t quite where we wanted to go,” he said.
The pilot includes the following Teen Titan characters… Nightwing (who is still known as Robin in the pilot) Barbara Gordon (she’s in a wheelchair, but not called Oracle in the script) Hawk and Dove Raven Starfire