Teen Titans GO! To The Movies trailer: Irreverent animated film takes Marvel route with fun characters

After the large success of Avengers: Infinity Struggle, DC is hitting again at Marvel with its finest and best: an animated film about teenage superheroes.

Jokes apart, the primary trailer for Teen Titans GO! To The Films dropped on Tuesday and it seems to be like lots of enjoyable. Lastly breaking from the intense tone of the sooner DC films, this one takes on a extra “Marvel” tone with quips concerning the overload of superhero films and that Inexperienced Lantern movie. Props additionally to DC for sneaking in a poster for Batman v Joker: Yawn of Justice.

The Teen Titans are a band of teenage superheroes who’ve been widespread as an animated TV sequence. Led by Robin, the group additionally options Starfire (not a transformer), Raven, Beast Boy (not X-Males) and Cyborg (precisely what he seems like).

The plot of the film revolves across the Teen Titans attempting to get a film as a result of actually everyone seems to be getting a superhero film. Because of this want a nemesis and so they select Deadstroke Slade for that. Slade is really the DC supervillain often called Deadstroke on whom Marvel’s Deadpool is based. The trailer does not shrink back from pointing this out because the Titans initially determine him as Deadpool and are confused if he is an effective man.

Contemplating  one of many largest successes that DC has had is The Lego Batman Film, an irreverent animated movie may be the way in which to go for the comedian large. In any case, the Teen Titans film seems to be like lots of enjoyable and if finished proper, would possibly effectively be DC’s Deadpool.

The film is being directed by Teen Titans Go! writers Aaron Horvath and Peter Rida Michail and can launch on 27 July.

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