Agreed. Aside from the designs and one is supposed to be more serious than the other, there is NOTHING to differentiate the two sets of Titans from each other. This does not feel like a crossover movie. This feels like an extended episode of Teen Titans Go.I am glad that though Michael and Aaron aren't on this project they did actually get someone related form TTG! to work on it because yeah if this is a mashing of the two worlds then you really should have someone from both teams... even though yeah seems like they aren't going to really get someone who worked on the actual TT series to work on this. And I don't mean as an executive producer (as in they are only titled that because this movie is based on the shows) but in the art and writing department. Because yeah the TTG! team feel like they are in character... the regular Teen Titans from 2003-2006 don't though. Granted we only heard bits of them here but the voices still seem more in line with TTG even though the TT variations should sound as different as possible to emphazize the different crossover worlds, and the personalities either feel a bit too much like the TTG! team or just being the "super serious kind of jerks" the TTG usually get paired against when crossing over with a serious character. I know this isn't going to overly insult and belittle the TTG! base too much but it should highlight how different the two shows really are from one another which I'm not getting the feel of. Also honestly we really should be getting some of the art team of TT to work on this as well. Sorry but this is a movie even a DTV one; they obviously have the extra money an finance for this project so use it to actually have accurate takes on both team taking up the screen.
Again it could work as sometimes a teaser trailer can just have the worst elements of a project to try and sell it but yeah this isn't really doing it for me at all.