Justice League Action Happy Meals Now At McDonald’s UK

Justice League Action Happy Meals Now At McDonald's UK

Justice League Action Happy Meals Now At McDonald’s UK

Justice League Action Happy Meals are now at McDonald’s restaurants in the UK, during the promotion, each McDonald’s Happy Meal will include one of ten Justice League Action superhero gadget toys, including Batman’s Batarang and also the Super Communicator. There’s three different Justice League Action Happy Meal box designs featuring characters from the Cartoon Network show – Superman with Supergirl, The Flash with Wonder Woman and Batman with Batgirl.

Each Happy Meal includes a Happy Readers voucher to get one of two Justice League books for £1 at WHSmith or Eason (Northern Ireland). By using the voucher code printed on the Happy Meal box, you can also download the ebook Justice League: Meet the Team for free at kobo.com. McDonald’s Happy Studio app has lots of exclusive Justice League Action activities and games, using the app, you can create your own Justice League Action comic strip by scanning in a Happy Meal toy.

In UK restaurants from 10.30am. A range of toys available at different times and sold separately. While stocks last. Ends Tuesday 5th June.

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New Teen Titans Go! To The Movies Trailer Released Today 1st May

New Teen Titans Go! To The Movies Trailer Released Today 1st May

New Teen Titans Go! To The Movies Trailer Released Today 1st May

Today (1st May), Warner Bros. Pictures have released a new trailer for the upcoming Teen Titans Go! movie due to be released this summer – Teen Titans Go! To The Movies. Cartoon Network USA also shared the same trailer on their social media pages. In the movie, the Teen Titans notice that every superhero have their own movie, except themselves. With high hopes and aspirations, they try to grab the attention of a movie director at Warner Bros’ movie studio so they can have their very own movie, but they’re not treated as superheroes as such because they actually haven’t done anything heroic. So, to prove their worth, the Teen Titans meet and fight their arch-nemesis – Slade (humorously mistaken for Deadpool in the movie), but Slade isn’t interest in fighting a “bunch of sidekicks and half a robot”, he’s more interested in world domination. Will the Teen Titans get their own movie? and more importantly, will they save Earth?

The movie features the usual voice cast from the show including Greg Cipes as Beast Boy, Scott Menville as Robin, Khary Payton as Cyborg, Tara Strong as Raven, and Hynden Walch as Starfire and also Will Arnett as Slade (Voice of Lego Batman: The Lego Batman Movie, The Lego Movie) and Kristen Bell voicing movie director – Jade Wilson. Nicolas Cage will be voicing the infamous superhero – Superman in the new movie; singer/songwriter Halsey will voicing Wonder Woman and rapper Lil Yachty will be playing the role of Green Lantern.

Teen Titans Go! To The Movies will be released in cinemas in the United States on 27th July 2018, in the United Kingdom, the movie will be released in cinemas on 3rd August 2018.

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New Teen Titans Go! To The Movies Trailer To Be Released Tomorrow 1st May, Teen Titans React To Social Media

New Teen Titans Go! To The Movies Trailer To Be Released Tomorrow 1st May, Teen Titans React To Social Media

New Teen Titans Go! To The Movies Trailer To Be Released Tomorrow 1st May, Teen Titans React To Social Media

Tomorrow (Tuesday 1st May), Warner Bros. Pictures will be releasing a new trailer for the upcoming Teen Titans Go! movie – Teen Titans Go! To The Movies coming this summer. Today, Cartoon Network and Warner Bros. Pictures released a video with the Teen Titans reacting to what people think of the movie’s first trailer on Twitter and as expected, a lot of people’s responses have been negative, but that doesn’t bother the Teen Titans as they’re happy that the movie is being talked about. The producers of Teen Titans Go! are fully aware about people’s negative perceptions of the animated series and they often laugh it off as a joke.

People wanted another season of the original 2003 Teen Titans animated series which had a more serious tone (although it does have its funny moments), just because Teen Titans Go! is the current series, doesn’t particularly mean their won’t be another season of Teen Titans sometime in the future, in fact, a new live-action series based on Teen Titans called “Titans” will be released on the DC Comics digital service later this year.

People need to realise that Teen Titans Go! shouldn’t be taken seriously at all, the show is purely made for comedic purposes and kids love the show, it’s no more sillier than Lego Batman or the original live-action Batman TV series. There’s significantly more DC Comics content that’s aimed at adults including the Batman and Superman comics, Batman, Wonder Woman and Suicide Squad movies, live-action TV shows such as The Flash and Gotham and even animated shows like Justice League Action which is considered to be a bit more mature. In fact, we should be glad that Teen Titans Go! even exists, it’s an entry point for the next generation of superhero comic book fans after all.

Teen Titans Go! To The Movies will be released in cinemas across the United States on 27th July 2018, in the UK, the movie will be released in cinemas on 3rd August 2018.

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