The comedic modern-day quintet takes on their 2003 counterparts when villains from each of their worlds join forces to pit the two Titan teams against each other. They'll need to set aside ... See full summary »
A cooler-than-ever Bruce Wayne must deal with the usual suspects as they plan to rule Gotham City, while discovering that he has accidentally adopted a teenage orphan who wishes to become his sidekick.
The Incredibles hero family takes on a new mission, which involves a change in family roles: Bob Parr (Mr Incredible) must manage the house while his wife Helen (Elastigirl) goes out to save the world.
Craig T. Nelson,
It seems to the Teens that all the major superheroes out there are starring in their own movies-everyone but the Teen Titans, that is. But de facto leader Robin is determined to remedy the situation, and be seen as a star instead of a sidekick. If only they could get the hottest Hollywood film director to notice them. 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 radically misdirected 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.Written by
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A montage of flipping comic pages from the "The New Teen Titans" comic (#1, November 1980) appears at the beginning of the film. This is also a reference to Marvel Studios' flipping comic pages logo. See more »
Titans, you guys are never actually doing anything heroic.
What about that time we discovered that sweet diner? And they had that food!
That wasn't even a crime, and you didn't save anything!
WE SAVED ROOM FOR DESSERT!
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At the end of the closing credits (after the scene with the Challengers), the tag "To Be Continued on Cartoon Network" appears. The tag refers to the then-upcoming Teen Titans Go!: Tower Renovation (2018) airing on Cartoon Network, which resumed the show following up from the events of the film.
In the home media release, the tag is completely absent. See more »
The theatrical version used the "To be continued on Cartoon Network" text after the film's end credits and before the closing Warner Bros. logo. See more »