Teen Titans: The Judas Contract is a direct-to-video animated film adaptation of the popular storyline featuring DC Comics superhero team Teen Titans. It is not set in the milieu of the animated series' Teen Titans that ran from 2003 until 2006. The film will be written by Marv Wolfman and Tom DeSanto. The film is expected to have a PG-13 rating and is part of the DC Universe Original Animated Movies line from Warner Premiere and Warner Bros. Animation.
The Judas Contract will be based on the storyline of the same name from the New Teen Titans comic book series of the 1980s, written by Wolfman and New Teen Titans collaborator George Pérez, in which Titans foe Deathstroke the Terminator employs a psychopathic, super powered teenager, Terra, as a spy within the Titans to gain access to their secret identities and ultimately capture them. The basic concept has been previously adapted in the Teen Titans animated series, though it was altered to be more suitable for a younger audience, especially where Terra was portrayed as a more sympathetic character. Due to time constraints, however, Jericho, who joined the Titans in the aftermath of the storyline, will not appear.
Currently, the animated film is on hold, according to screenwriter Marv Wolfman .