Scooby-Doo fans are happy to know that there is an upcoming movie featuring the favorite gang. There is a movie title as Scoob and here’s everything we know about the movie so far:
Release Date Of Scoob
The film is set for release on 15 May 2020.
Here is the trailer of Scoob:
Cast Of Scoob
Frank Welker will voice as Scooby-Doo. Frank Welker initially voiced both Scooby-Doo and Fred Jones in the original animation. Frank Welker won an Emmy Award for lifetime achievement in 2016.
Will Forte will voice as Shaggy Rogers while young Shaggy will be voice by Iain Armitage.
Amanda Seyfried has got the character of Daphne Blake, with McKenna Grace playing a young Daphne.
Zac Efron will play Fred Jones whilst Pierce Gagnon will voice as young Fred.
Gina Rodriguez will voice as Velma Dinkley, and Ariana Greenblatt will voice as young Velma.
Scoob! plot: What to expect
Scoob! will show the story of how the Mystery Gang first met each other, concentrating on the link between BFFs Scooby and Shaggy. From their first fateful encounter on a beach years ago, the two have resolved many mysteries together with the support of friends Daphne, Fred, and Velma, and now we will finally see how they all made the group of meddling children we have loved for so long.
Flashbacks to the roles’ origins will punctuate the new primary mystery, and that is to bypass a “dogpocalypse,” the gang must foil a plan to unleash Cerberus, a formidable ghost dog. Although not validated, we are pretty sure Isaacs’ Dick Dastardly will have something to do with this evil plan. Whatever occurs, this is sure to be their greatest case yet, and Scooby’s final destiny will be revealed.
Tony Corvine, who has previously directed for the Scooby-Doo franchise, will direct the new movie. And the film will be produced by Chris Colombus, Richard Suckle, Allison Abbate, Charles Roven, and Pam Coats.
Who wrote Scoob
Kelly Fremon Craig has written the script of the new movie, while Matt Lieberman gave the plot of the movie.
The movie will be in animation this time, not in live-action.