Teen Titans GO! to the Movies

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  • Official Trailer
  • Trailer 2

Movie Info & Cast


When it looks like Hollywood is making a movie about every single superhero ever, the plucky Teen Titans ask, “Why not us?” Determined to be stars instead of sidekicks, Robin, Beast Boy, Starfire, Cyborg and Raven head to Tinsel Town to make their big screen dreams come true… until a villain named Slade gets in their way. This fresh and funny addition to the summer superhero blockbuster genre mixes the silly with the satirical in that unique Teen Titans GO! way. Will there be musical numbers? Will there be waffles? … Yes, of course there will be. It wouldn’t be a Teen Titans GO! extravaganza without songs and waffles! The voice talent from the popular Cartoon Network series is joined by some big new voices, including Will Arnett, Nicolas Cage, Kristen Bell, Jimmy Kimmel, James Corden, Halsey, and Lil Yachty. The film was written by series creators Aaron Horvath and Michael Jelenic, and directed by Horvath and Peter Rida Michail.


  • Greg Cipes
  • Scott Menville
  • Khary Payton
  • Tara Strong
  • Hynden Walch
  • Will Arnett
  • Kristen Bell
  • Eric Bauza
  • Michael Bolton
  • Nicolas Cage

Atom User Reviews

4.2 out of 5
Verified Review

Gave it 5 stars to even out the angry nerds who rate a movie a month before it's out.

John J
Verified Review

It's entertaining for the kids. Me as a mom was blah.

Brisa M


Jul 27, 2018

Teen Titans never reaches that sweet spot where adult and kid humor align in a single gag.

Metacritic review by Carla Meyer
Carla Meyer
San Francisco Chronicle
Jul 23, 2018

It’s an infectiously goofy film, but also deceptively smart about why we love comic book heroes and the amount of stupidity we’re willing to accept within the genre.

Metacritic review by Brian Tallerico
Brian Tallerico
Jul 23, 2018

Although Teen Titans Go! to the Movies is ostensibly about spoofing superheroes and their hoariest clichés, the film is loaded from top to bottom with loving Easter eggs from DC Comics history.... As a result, it’s actually a far more affectionate portrait of comic books — and a more persuasive argument in favor of their escapist pleasures — than any of the so-called “serious” DC movies.

Metacritic review by Matt Singer
Matt Singer