My first English words are “Zoinks,” “Jinkies” and “Jeepers.” In everyday situations, they are not that realistic, but they are still quite meaningful and nostalgic.
There have been several Scooby-Doo series and films throughout the decades, giving fans a steady stream of goodness from Scooby-Doo. As a new animated movie called Scoob, it’s no different anymore! It’s about to be released next year, and we’re only days away from launching the teaser.
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Stills of Scoob’s! Recently the animated Scooby-Doo film was released.
Until then, Warner Bros. had not left the fans with anything as they published four stills from the new animated film. The group is brought back to the 3D realm— something the developers have accomplished since Scooby-Doo in 2002: The Movie Here’s the gap, Scoob! In addition to live-action, it will be entirely CGI, making it the first cinematic release throughout the series.
The movie is set to be released in May 2020, with a teaser falling this Monday.
The stills show the beloved team of everyone next to the Mystery Machine, as well as close-ups of Fred, Daphne, and Velma in dinner as well as the popular pair Shaggy and Scooby in a movie theater doing their best — munching on some treats. The still is also origins of Shaggy and Scooby’s when they were both much younger.
As a custom at this point, the iconic Frank Welker will be voicing Scooby-Doo. Zac Efron as Fred, Amanda Seyfried as Daphne, Gina Rodriguez as Velma, and Will Forte as Shaggy.
Scooby-Doo is voiced by Frank Welker
Since the upcoming Scooby-Doo film will be part of the Hanna-Barbera Cinematic Universe — the first of its kind — it will include other characters from it, such as Captain Caveman (voiced by Tracy Morgan), Dynomutt (Ken Jeong), Dee Dee Sykes (Kiersey Clemons), Blue Falcon (Mark Wahlberg) and Dick Dastardly (Jason Isaacs).
Fred Jones is voiced by Zac Efron
The production features a number of the industry’s most important figures, including Tony Cervone as the boss, Charles Roven, Allison Abbate, and Richard Suckle as writers, and Matt Lieberman as a scriptwriter.
Daphne Blake is voiced by Amanda Seyfried
Scoob! Originally scheduled to hit theaters in mid-2018, but ultimately delayed until May next year. The stills released, by Warner Bros. and the trailer that will surface this Monday offer viewers hope that the release date for 2020 will be the real deal.
Velma Dinkley is voiced by Gina Rodriguez