Cyborg, left, voiced by Khary Payton, Raven, voiced by Tara Strong, Robin voiced by Scott Menville, Beast Boy, voiced by Greg Cipes, and Starfire, voiced by Hynden Walch, in a scene from "Teen Titans Go! to the Movies.
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When it comes to superhero movies, there's a perception that you've got to choose between DC's gritty, dour offerings or Marvel's winking humor. Five cartoon wannabe heroes armed with fart jokes are trying to change that. "Teen Titans GO! to the Movies " might be aimed at fans of the manic and underrated Cartoon Network show but any parent who tags along will likely chortle as the film gleefully skewers the world of superheroes and the film industry itself.There's a scene when Shia LaBeouf gets beaten up and an appearance by Stan Lee – yes the Marvel icon makes fun of himself in a cameo in a DC film.Some of the other guest voices include talk show host Jimmy Kimmel (Batman), singer Halsey (Wonder Woman), rapper Lil Yachty (Green Lantern), actor Wil Wheaton (Flash), comedian Patton Oswalt (Atom), and actress Kristen Bell, playing a film mogul.
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