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The Teen Titans GO! Movie Changes the Future of Teen Titans - Cartoon Conspiracy | ChannelFrederator

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  • Hey guys, it's Akeem with Channel Frederator and today we're talking
  • Titans! No, not the human eating variety, the ones that save lives! Yeah!
  • Teen Titans Go! Cartoon Network's second series based around the Teen Titan
  • characters Robin, Starfire, Beast Boy, Cyborg and Raven was such a smashing
  • success for the franchise and Warner Brothers that they decided to give the
  • series its first theatrical release. Now, this particular iteration of the Titans
  • has been met with much scrutiny amongst fans, given its light-hearted comedic
  • take on the once action-oriented original series in the early 2000s
  • What we see today from the Titans is definitely a far cry from the original
  • series but that could be due to Cartoon Network catering to a younger
  • demographic and Warner Brothers' desire to shake things up a bit but given the
  • direction the Teen Titans Go! film is potentially taking, it could lead to a
  • return of the Titans we once loved and practically grew up with.
  • So, what's the likelihood of the Titans returning to the original series? Well, on today's
  • Cartoon Conspiracy we're exploring the impact the Teen Titans Go! film will have
  • on the television series and whether or not it'll change the direction of the
  • overall show. Will we see the original series return based on what plays out in
  • the film? *Heh* Let's find out.
  • Now, let's first start off with a brief synopsis of what Teen Titans Go! To the
  • Movies is all about. Now, while I wouldn't necessarily consider this a spoiler
  • because, I mean, it's pretty much common knowledge if you're curious about the
  • premise of the film. I will say that I'll be indeed laying down the spoiler alert
  • hammer, in which case, I'll give you guys a fair warning. So you can either,
  • you know, skip that particular portion of the video or accept your manifested destiny
  • and drudge forth into spoiler land! That's a land. Okay, let's go.
  • The film stars our Titans as they set forth to star in a film of their own.
  • After all, they live in a world where there has been countless films based
  • around some of the more notable superheroes in both the DCU and MCU.
  • Tired of playing second fiddle, Robin decides to take himself and the rest of
  • the Titans to Hollywood to find the director. But, of course, a villain pops up
  • and that's where things go up awry. Now, that's just a brief synopsis of what the
  • film is all about. Now, let's get into what the meat of this discussion is all
  • about. Grab a spoon. Or fork, that's how you eat meat. Now, one thing you need to
  • be aware of pertaining to the film is that it is very self-aware
  • The Teen Titans Go! series has been compared by many online critics and fans
  • to the original series. Many with scathing things to say about the current
  • iteration. And, as such, some of the earlier promotions of the film actually
  • poked fun of this particular fact. Back in April, before they dropped their
  • second trailer for the film, the Titans read mean tweets about the upcoming film
  • at the time. Their analysis after reading said tweets? Well, people are actually talking
  • about them! Just goes to show you that any publicity is good publicity and *heh heh heh*
  • I agree. Though many may have had negative notions about the film or even the
  • series as a whole, there had to have been a very good reason behind giving the
  • wildly popular with kids show it's only feature-length film in theaters. And no,
  • not just for the money. Although, yes, cashing in this particular cow is a
  • given. Sweet, sweet, money is always delicious. But I want you guys to think
  • about it, the last time Warner Brothers animation released an animated
  • feature-length film in the theaters was back in 1993 with Batman: Mask of the Phantasm.
  • Mask of the Phantasm was a continuation of the Batman animated series.
  • Teen Titans Go! To the Movies follow suit in that it takes
  • place after the third and fourth episode of the series entitled Kabooms, where the
  • Titans are inspired by the babies vs. dog movie and decide to make a big
  • Hollywood film of their own. Now, the episode that'll soon follow after the
  • film takes place after the events of the movie. The fifth episode of Teen Titans
  • Go! is entitled Tower Renovation and the only synopsis available online at the
  • time of this recording is "What happens to the Titans after Teen Titans Go! to
  • the Movies." ...That's it. That's all I was able to find guys, sorry. A question
  • that's on all of our minds and basically the purpose of this particular video is
  • that. So what can we expect after the events of the movie?
  • Back in June, voice actor Tara Strong who voices Raven on both animated shows said in a tweet,
  • "WOW. Just so y'all know...at a movie session today, they told us that if the #TTGO
  • movie kicks all butts they would do our show at the same time as #Season6
  • ... FOR REALS! So go see it! Even if you hate us!!"
  • And a couple of months before Tara tweeted that out,
  • Michael Jelinek, one of the producers of Teen Titans Go! said during a panel at
  • WonderCon that he can "almost guarantee" the original Teen Titans is coming back!
  • Oh yeah. The hype is real!
  • *poof*
  • That was a fire effect!
  • Yeah.
  • To further add credence to these claims, now that the movie is out,
  • Let's explore a certain scene that we're all treated to towards the end of the
  • movie. That's right, an after credits scene, guys. Now I'll try to keep it vague
  • but I can only be so vague. Actually, by the time this video is
  • released, the film is already out. There. In theaters. So, consider yourself warned,
  • this is a spoiler coming, so spoiler alert! I don't know how else to make this
  • clear but let's just.. spoil.
  • So if you stay towards the end credits, you may have seen the 2003 Teen Titans
  • appear in a transmission where Robin makes mention that "they may have found a way back"
  • before the transmission is abruptly ended.
  • Now, what is that way back Robin was mentioning? Well, as a series that is
  • known for breaking down the fourth wall, it's safe to assume the answer to that
  • particular question lies in Tara Strong's tweet, where she says that they just
  • might bring back the original series if the Teen Titans Go! film kicks all butts in theaters.
  • Now putting box office numbers aside, the film has an
  • overwhelming amount of positive reviews. It's set on a trajectory to do quite
  • well for the franchise. Honestly it's quite surprising, given the
  • amount of criticism the television series has received, mostly from those
  • longing for the return of the original series
  • And now, based on what we've seen
  • in the Titans film, the comments from Tara Strong and the confirmation from
  • one of the co-producers, it's more than likely set to return to airwaves with the
  • Teen Titans go film being that very catalyst and jumping-off point.
  • The next episode of Teen Titans Go! kicks off this month in August, entitled Tower Renovation.
  • Now, since the episode just before the movie led directly to the
  • overall plot of the film, it might be positive for the next episode and town
  • renovation to be the jumping-off point to bring in the Titans from 2003 series
  • into 2018. I mean, in a world of remakes and reboots, it really shouldn't come as
  • a surprise that this is even being considered. This is, quite honestly,
  • the most elaborate means of rebooting a series. But, for something such as this, it kinda makes sense.
  • Teen Titans Go! is like a kid-friendly parallel universe to the
  • 2003 series. And there are some crossover fans of both shows. So, if there are in
  • fact talks of bringing it back, it makes sense to tie it into the second
  • iteration, given its current popularity. Though we don't know the synopsis of the
  • upcoming Tower Renovation episode of Teen Titans Go, the actions taken in the
  • film by the Titans will undoubtably dictate the course of the television
  • show. And the teaser towards the end of the film featuring the Teen Titans from
  • the early 2000s television series is definitely a sign of things to come.
  • That bombshell co-producer Michael Jellinek dropped at WonderCon now holds
  • significant weight. And it means something.
  • It's getting heavy.
  • Very.
  • Our beloved Titans are returning, things are definitely about to change! *inhale*
  • I-I think they're coming back, they are!
  • It's been five whole seasons of Teen Titans Go!
  • so it's no surprise that the producers might be leaning towards shaking things
  • up a bit. They've thoroughly explored the weird
  • side of things. In fact, Jellinek once said in an interview with ComicsAlliance,
  • "This show is a million times weirder than I think we thought it was going to be
  • when we started this. So, yeah, if anything, each season of the show we try
  • to push the boundaries and see how far we can go."
  • And now it seems as though
  • they may be pushing the boundaries towards the direction of the original
  • Teen Titans Go! television series. It was just called Teen Titans.
  • They didn't go yet.
  • But they did go!
  • Yeah.
  • The fans wanted it and, looks like, we just might be
  • getting the return... of the Teen Titans. Now, of course, there is a likelihood that
  • the original Teen Titans show won't return. But, given all the hints and
  • teases we've seen thus far, especially from the Teen Titans Go! film,
  • it would lead many to question... why'd ya even bother creating such hype if there's no
  • plans of bringing the show back? Come on!
  • I mean, I'm sure we'd all be happy, even for a single season to wrap up the original story
  • and give the series a proper send-off.
  • Now, we've seen this done with Samurai Jack.
  • let's start a trend here and bring back all these classic cartoons and wrap up
  • their original storylines.
  • Yeah.
  • Now, I didn't place this one on a scale but for
  • those of you who like scales... let's give it five members of the
  • original Teen Titans series because, well, that's what we want. We want all five of them.
  • Booyah!
  • So, what do you guys think of the movie, if you saw it?
  • I thought it was pretty damn awesome!
  • I-I mean it was like Deadpool, if Deadpool was made for
  • kids and didn't swear and kill people. Oh, and if he were made by DC.
  • Yeah. That's what it was like to me.
  • And are you guys excited for the possibility that the
  • original series might be returning? And what do you think this movie means for
  • the Teen Titans Go! series as a whole? Sound off in the comment section down below, guys!
  • I'm Akeem, this is Cartoon Conspiracy and you guys already know...
  • Frederator loves you.

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There has been talks and rumors of the original Teen Titans series returning, and now with the release of Teen Titans Go! to the Movies there seems to be more hype and validity to the series coming back than ever before. Join Channel Frederator as we discuss what the future holds for our favorite teen superheroes in this Cartoon Conspiracy.

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