Scooby-Doo is undoubtedly one of our most favorite cartoons from our childhood. And, none of us could contain our excitement ever since the first poster from the reboot released!
The supernatural cartoon series by Hannah Barbera was adapted into two live-action movies in the early ‘00s. But the movies had a beta sense of humor with mild CGI effects and Matthew Lillard disappeared into the role of Shaggy. As we all know by now, a new live-action Scooby-Doo movie is on its way and it will be the first-ever theatrically released animated movie based on the Scooby-Doo cartoons and it is certainly exciting news for fans of the old series. The release date has been set in the year 2020 and this piece of news has made the fans extremely happy.
Warner Bros. Pictures has released a brand new poster and have said that this project is a little different from all the movies that were made previously. Unlike all the other movies that were made previously, this live-action movie is simply titled 'Scoob' and it will be focusing more on the classic look, seeing as how it’s completely animated.
Not much is known about the project at this moment, but it does have a star-studded cast. Frank Welker, the veteran voice actor is going to play the role of Scooby-Doo and the rest of the cast include Zac Efron, Will Forte, Amanda Seyfried, Gina Rodriguez, Tracy Morgan, and Mark Wahlberg. The rest is yet to be announced.
Apart from the rest of the Scooby Gang, it seems like Warner Bros. has gone through the old archives of Hannah Barbera and it has been rumored that Captain Caveman, Dynomutt, Dee Dee Sykes, Blue Falcon, and Dick Dastardly are all set to make an appearance in the live-action movie.
As of now, there is not much to go on, but a poster for the movie has surfaced online complete with a logo and look at Scooby’s design. The image has been released by Daniel Richtman and he is known to be a well-known source of reliable inside scoops.
Even though the new movie poster does not show much, but it is always nice and happy news for the fans, and this new poster has confirmed that the project is moving forward rather than being stuck at the development stages.