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Teen Titans Go! …To The Big Screen

by on September 26, 2017
 

How much bigger can the Teen Titans get? That depends on the size of your local cineplex….what awaits audiences in the now-confirmed TTG feature movie?

For a while Warner Bros. has left a blank space in their 2018 schedule, something set to premiere next June. Now we know what it is. A short article on the website Deadline, mostly about the confirmation of a date for the sequel to Stephen King’s IT, slipped this little fact into the last sentence:

In addition, Warner Bros. announced today that the untitled animation film on June 1 next year has moved to July 27 and is now known as Teen Titans Go!

This news will likely be met with groans of pain from TTG’s army of haters, who can’t stand any sign of success from the goofy show. However, it was not unexpected. If Cartoon Network was going to make a movie, they would naturally pick their most popular property. At any rate, as the series has gone on, its number of detractors has been shrinking and a growing adult fanbase has been replacing them.

As for what happens in the TTG movie…Deadline offered no details beyond its confirmation and release date, and with a series as offbeat and random as this, it’s anybody’s guess what we’re in for. We don’t even know how long this movie has been in development, which could make the difference between a major animation bump or just a TV episode on a larger screen you have to rent with about 20 other people.

The night begins to shine July 27, 2018. To mark the occasion, Cartoon Network is launching a nonstop TTG marathon that will begin right now and end when the movie comes out in ten months.*

*Just a joke, calm down and breathe slowly
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  • September 27, 2017 at 11:45 pm

    This is it. I am done with Cartoon Network. Their worst show… on the big screen?!


  • September 28, 2017 at 1:31 am

    This is it. I am done with Cartoon Network. Their worst show… on the big screen?!

    It's not the network's worst show. It's one of its best!

    Attitudes like yours are downright laughable.


  • September 28, 2017 at 1:33 am

    There is another thread for this upcoming travesty:

    Right here


  • September 28, 2017 at 1:35 am

    There is another thread for this upcoming travesty:

    Right here

    It's not a travesty!


  • September 28, 2017 at 5:41 pm

    It's not a travesty!

    Well it is a travesty for scrapping the Adventure Time movie!


  • September 28, 2017 at 5:45 pm

    This is it. I am done with Cartoon Network. Their worst show… on the big screen?!

    Cartoon Network isn't even involved in this. This is Warner Bros making a theatrical movie.

    I am tired of people saying they are "done" with a network. Imagine CN getting awesome in 2018. Too bad for you! You said you were done with the network so you're not allowed to watch it!


  • September 28, 2017 at 6:16 pm

    Cartoon Network isn't even involved in this. This is Warner Bros making a theatrical movie.

    I am tired of people saying they are "done" with a network. Imagine CN getting awesome in 2018. Too bad for you! You said you were done with the network so you're not allowed to watch it!

    Considering Craig of the Creek and Summer Camp Island (heck, I'd argue even Apple and Onion can be taken in a very appealing direction – no pun intended), I can totally see that.

    But I guess TTG's exposure "poisoning" the network even though they're somewhat moving away from their live feed overshadows all of that… for some reason.

    Either way, it's really important to keep in mind that TTG isn't even CN's show.


  • September 28, 2017 at 7:07 pm

    Well it is a travesty for scrapping the Adventure Time movie!

    The Adventure Time movie was canned years before the Teen Titans Go! movie was even announced.

    Also, I find it silly at how people (not just here, but basically all over social media) are already giving up on CN just because its most popular show is hitting the big screens. Whether you like TTG or not, it's doing well with the kiddes, so it's shouldn't be that surprising for it to get a theatrical movie (heck, The Loud House, another popular cartoon that came exactly three years after TTG, was already announced to be hitting the big screens before said show). Honestly, I think people are overreacting too much over this.


  • September 28, 2017 at 7:14 pm

    The Adventure Time movie was canned years before the Teen Titans Go! movie was even announced.

    Also, I find it silly at how people (not just here, but basically all over social media) are already giving up on CN just because its most popular show is hitting the big screens. Whether you like TTG or not, it's doing well with the kiddes, so it's shouldn't be that surprising for it to get a theatrical movie (heck, The Loud House, another popular cartoon that came exactly three years after TTG, was already announced to be hitting the big screens before said show). Honestly, I think people are overreacting too much over this.

    People overreact over a good 90% of CN's actions, I feel. It's become such a hate target in ways that I don't think are quite deserved (or, in some cases, straight-up wrong). At least the people here for the most part act rational about it.


  • September 28, 2017 at 9:14 pm

    Cartoon Network will have nothing to do with this, but I can imagine a Teen Titans Go! Summer Marathon next year to hype it up!


  • September 29, 2017 at 7:45 pm

    Cartoon Network isn't even involved in this. This is Warner Bros making a theatrical movie.

    I am tired of people saying they are "done" with a network. Imagine CN getting awesome in 2018. Too bad for you! You said you were done with the network so you're not allowed to watch it!

    Forget what I said. Fuck Warner Brothers. They just want money for Scooby Doo and WWE movies.


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