First Look At Teen Titans: Judas Contract


The first pics from Teen Titans: Judas Contract have been released along with some additional casting info

Justice League Dark is coming our way in just a couple of weeks, but it is just the first of a pretty packed slate of DC animated films coming our way this year. Another one coming our way soon is starring the Teen Titans and loosely based on the storyline, “Judas Contract”. So fittingly, the movie is called Teen Titans: Judas Contract.

Earlier this week, a couple of stills were released from the film and you can see one of them in the featured pic. The roster might be a little different from what you are used to with the Teen Titans. You see Nightwing, Terra, Beast Boy/Changeling and Firestar. But Blue Beetle (voiced by Jake T. Austin) instead of Cyborg because Cyborg is on the Justice League and even though in the comics people can be members of several different teams at once (Batman is on like 10), he can’t be on the Titans and The League, that’s just too confusing!

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Anyways, we also have a picture of the main antagonist of the piece Deathstroke, who is voiced by the recently deceased Miguel Ferrer, which you can see above. Terra is voice by Christina Ricci. They join Taissa Farmiga (Raven), Kari Wahlgren (Starfire), Sean Maher (Nightwing), Brandon Soo Hoo (Beast Boy) & Stuart Allen (Damien Wayne/Robin).

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If you have read the comic or really just watched the original Teen Titans animated show, you know how this movie is going to go, but hopefully it will still be a pretty strong adaptation worth watching. One promising sign is that this looks like a movie that actually might stand on its own with little to no shoehorning in of the Justice League since none of those actors are listed on the cast as of yet (still early though, they might be added at some point). Justice League vs. Teen Titans was a mess of a film (mostly because the title was a complete lie). Hopefully Teen Titans: Judas Contract will make up for that. It is due out sometime this year.

h/t The Hollywood Reporter