Titans was the twenty-seventh installment of the DC Cinematic Universe, and the first film in Phase Four. The film was directed by Jon Favreau and was written by Favreau and Joss Wheadon.
- Brant Daughterty as Dick Grayson/Robin I/Nightwing
- Alexandra Daddario as Koriand'r/Starfire
- John Boyega as Victor Stone/Cyborg
- Brenton Thwaites as Garfield Logan/Beast Boy
- Elizabeth Gillies as Rachel Roth/Raven
- Jason Isaacs as Trigon
- Joe Dempsie as Sebastian Blood/Brother Blood
- Virginia Madsen as Angela Roth/Arella (cameo only)
- John Marshall Jones as Silas Stone (cameo only)
- Giovanni Ribisi as T.O. Morrow (cameo only)
- Chris O'Donnell as John Grayson (cameo only)
- Alicia Silverstone as Mary Grayson (cameo only)
- Aubrey Plaza as Komand'r/Blackfire (cameo only)
- Nicolas Cage as Nicholas Galtry (cameo only)
- Josh Brolin as Bruce Wayne/Batman (cameo only)
- Hugh Laurie as Alfred Pennyworth (cameo only)
- Demi Moore as Zazzala/Queen Bee (cameo only)
- Aaron Eckhart as Damian Darhk (cameo only)
Wanting to distance himself from everything going on in Gotham City, Dick Grayson relocates to San Francisco, hoping to prove to the world he's more than another member of Batman's family. While here Nightwing meets Victor Stone, former football star who has most of his body replaced by metallic implants following Vandal Savage's attack during Justice League: The Savage Time; Garfield Logan, a teen with the metamorphic ability to transform into any animal or protist; and Koriand'r, an alien princess and former slave on her home planet of Tamaran prior to her escape. Giving them the codenames "Cyborg", "Beast Boy" and "Starfire", Nightwing forms a team with them to stop crime in San Francisco. Shortly after their formation, half human/half demon Rachel Roth, AKA "Raven", comes to the team for help, as her father Trigon, a monstrous demon from Hell, plans to destroy the world. With Raven now a member of the "Titans", Nightwing and his new friends are forced to defeat Trigon, and prove what they're made of.
Damian Darhk, high ranking member of the criminal organization H.I.V.E., walks into the lair of the H.I.V.E. leader, Queen Bee. She asks for a status report. Darhk notes the Titans as a "mini Justice League". Queen Bee chuckles softly, noting that they'll be "easy to take out". Darhk agrees before being dismissed by Queen Bee, telling him to begin training the "five". He leaves, leaving Queen Bee alone. She opens up a file on her computer, with images and descriptions of each member of the Titans, as she smirks.