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Teen Titans Go! to the Movies Has More Fun At Deadpool's Expense

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Teen Titans Go! to the Movies has gotten plenty of mileage out of its "feud" with Ryan Reynolds' Deadpool, mocking the similarities between his Wade Wilson and the villainous Slade Wilson. A new promo continues to poke that bear, even as Deathstroke emphatically insists he's not Deadpool.

Last time Deadpool -- er, Deathstroke -- got into a text feud with the Titans, it was with Robin, and he eventually agreed to be called Deadpool after learning the box office haul of Deadpool 2. The Titans being who they are, however, it clearly got very old, very fast.

In Teen Titans Go! to the Movies, Deathstroke will take advantage of the Titans' desire for a solo film to help him control the minds of the world and eliminate the teen heroes before they can stop him. In the previous Teen Titans animated series, Slade was famously voiced by Ron Perlman, but the film has recast the role with Arrest Development and LEGO Batman Movie star Will Arnett.

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Opening July 27, Teen Titans GO! to the Movies stars original cast members Scott Menville as Robin, Tara Strong as Raven, Greg Cipes as Beast Boy, Hynden Walsh as Starfire and Khary Payton as Cyborg, joined by Nicolas Cage as Superman, Halsey as Wonder Woman, Lil Yatchy as Green Lantern, Jimmy Kimmel as Batman and Will Arnett as Deathstroke.

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