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In 1960, Professor Ruckus invented the Titan badge - a device that enables humans to have a particular superpower. Cut to 1979 when two of the original superheroes are all grown up and want their Titan badges back.

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Professor Ruckus Mandulbaum
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Vista Mandulbaum
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Maya
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Ansel
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Apollo
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Ares
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Bank Robber / Masked Goon #2
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French Nurse
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Announcer (as Thomas Bromhead)
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Judy
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Sarah
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Young Ansel
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Ruby
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Masked Goon #1
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Sandra
Anais Lilit ...
Assistant #2
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Delano
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Wes Harrison
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Assistant #1
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Olly Pinkletter
Daniel Midgley ...
Mercury
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Hugh Montgomery
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Meredith
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Dr. Charles
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Terrorist
Angela Quintana
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Captain Woodcock
Jade Sealey
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Young Vista (as Indigo Carey)

Directed by

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Jon McDonald

Written by

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Jon McDonald ... (story by)
 
Jon McDonald ... ()
 
Mike Timm ... (additional material)

Produced by

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Justin Bell ... producer (p.g.a.)
David Gross ... associate producer
Jon Michael Kondrath ... line producer / producer (p.g.a.)
Lesley Lopez ... associate producer
Scott Martin ... executive producer
Jack Sheehan ... executive producer
Michael Thomas Slifkin ... executive producer
Dallas Sonnier ... producer
Lisha Yakub ... executive producer

Music by

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Oumi Kapila

Cinematography by

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Jason Ball

Film Editing by

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Chris Witt

Editorial Department

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Peter Frintrup ... Post Production Executive

Casting By

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Sunday Boling
Meg Morman

Production Design by

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Christian Snell

Art Direction by

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William J. O'Donnell

Set Decoration by

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Steven Kiratsous

Makeup Department

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Kenneth Alexander ... makeup artist
Gladys Ramirez ... hair stylist
Ashley Stansbury ... assistant makeup artist
Amber Talarico ... makeup department head

Production Management

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Lesley Lopez ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Joshua Fruehling ... first assistant director
Bruno Michels ... second assistant director
Phineas Palmer ... second second assistant director

Art Department

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Daniel Lee Everson ... set dresser
Morgan Rhys Gibbons ... storyboard artist
Joe Holliday ... property fabricator
Jamie Jacqueline McGuire ... property master
Adrian Wittenberg ... leadman

Sound Department

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Cris Aragón ... ADR Mixer (as Cristina Aragón)
Miguel Barbosa ... foley artist
Phillip Bladh ... production sound mixer
Marc Glassman ... sound effects editor
Penny Harold ... ADR Supervisor
Kunal Rajan ... supervising sound editor
Diego S. Staub ... foley mixer
Stephen Tibbo ... re-recording mixer / supervising sound editor
Justin W. Walker ... adr mixer
Brandon Walz ... boom operator

Stunts

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Lauren Mary Kim ... stunt double: Elaine Tan
Mark Poletti ... stunts
Peter Wallack ... stunt performer

Camera and Electrical Department

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Aaron Brenner ... second assistant camera
Dana Fytelson ... gaffer
Neil Hausey ... first assistant camera
Ray Martinez ... best boy/grip
Tiara Olson ... electrician
Aaron Pagniano ... best boy electric
Paul Salmons ... electrician

Casting Department

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Kelly Jean Badgley ... adr voice casting
Amy Ulrich ... adr voice casting

Location Management

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Brad Moore ... location manager

Music Department

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Megan Cavallari ... composer: song "Joie De Vivre"
Randy Crenshaw ... singer
Baraka May ... singer / vocal contractor
Ann Marie Sheridan ... score vocalist
Fletcher Sheridan ... singer: soloist/small ensemble
Ryan Walsh ... score recording engineer
Suzanne Waters ... singer: soloist/small ensemble

Script and Continuity Department

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Tai Nicole Weinman ... script supervisor

Additional Crew

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Kelsea Denney ... Production Intern
Cristina DiCarlo ... Office PA
Lewis Tucker Hyland ... base camp production assistant
Luisa Novo ... Set Production Assistant
Bettina Russo ... studio teacher
Rose Day Stuart ... studio teacher

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

In 1960, Professor Ruckus Mandulbaum invented the Titan badge - a device that enables humans to have a particular super power. He took in three down-on-their-luck youths, creating an unusual family of superheroes and they quickly rose to fame and prestige. Over time, however, the commercial family fractured and the Professor replaced the team with a new set of super hero teens. Cut to 1979 when two of the original superheroes are all grown up and wanting their Titan badges back, even if it means robbing the Professor's museum and taking a few hostages accidentally. Written by Jon McDonald

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Also Known As
  • Titánok (Hungary)
  • 더 하이피어리언스 (South Korea)
  • Hyperioni (Czechia)
  • Hyperionowie (Poland)
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  • 90 min
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Trivia Releasing exclusively on the Daily Wire on March 10th, 2022. This will be the third feature film to be released by the Daily Wire following 2020's "Run Hide Fight" and 2022's "Shut In." See more »
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