Superman Fan Nicolas Cage To Voice Character In Teen Titans Go! Film


Movie history nerds know this already: Nicolas Cage was nearly Tim Burton's Superman. Cage nearly took on the role of Superman for director Tim Burton in the Kevin Smith-scripted Superman Lives, but production troubles prevented the film from ever getting off the ground.

Meme-worthy acting icon and major Superman fan Nicolas Cage will finally get to portray the Man of Steel thanks to the magic of animation, in Warner Animation Group's upcoming Teen Titans GO! to the Movies (in theaters July 27). The latest Teen Titans GO! film, for instance, is the flawless opportunity to fulfill the actor's lifelong dream, and he was sure to leap (tall buildings in a single bound) at the opportunity. Sadly the project never came to life as it was cancelled three weeks before filming.

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USA Today snagged the exclusive late Monday announcing Cage's involvement in the animated film. That stunt casting makes us wonder who will voice the rest of the Justice League in this film.

Cage joins a voice cast that includes Scott Menville as Robin, Hynden Walch as Starfire, Tara Strong as Raven, Khary Payton as Cyborg, Greg Cipes as Beast Boy, Will Arnett as Slade Wilson. It's in that spirit of quick, amusing cameos that Cage will make his film debut as Kal-El, the superhero after whom his son is named.

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Fast-forward to 2018, and it looks like Cage has been gifted a second chance to play the iconic DC superhero.

In the official teaser trailer for the movie Robin pulls the reins of the gang straight to Hollywood where they search for big-name superheroes that people find inspiration in, where they then bump into Kristen Bell who plays the Hollywood director who helps the Teen Titans land their big break.

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Executive producer Sam Register told USA Today that the filmmakers "felt a great responsibility to find a voice for each character that would not only suit the role, but the playful tone of the Titans". Pictures, a Warner Bros.