The trailer for SCOOB! is finally here, and I must say, I like all the voice actors! Will Forte sounds like Scott Menville with a hint of Scott Innes. It's an interesting mix, but I definitely like it and I'm sure it will grow on me even more. The trailer kinda gives me a 2000s Pixar movie vibe for whatever reason. Either way, I'm super excited now for the film and can't wait for it to come out 6 months from now!
Additionally, Simon Cowell announced on the X Factor this weekend that he was going to be in the new Scooby-Doo movie. While it's very likely to be this one he's referring to, it is also slightly possible that he could be in the King Arthur's Court DTV coming out next year.
What are all your thoughts on the new trailer?
Thanks to Fandango, we finally have the design for Daphne and the Mystery Machine, as well as several new images of the upcoming film. In addition, a description for the film was also posted on Fandango:
We'll see Scooby and Shaggy meet, join the intrepid young detectives Fred, Velma and Daphne in forming Mystery Inc. and close hundreds of cases, sharing previously-untold adventures along the way. Then, they must foil a diabolical plot revolving around a ghost dog known as Cerberus, discovering Scooby's secret legacy and their own epic destiny along the way.
Another site, VitalThrills, has announced that the first trailer for the film will be coming this Monday, November 11.
Here are some newly released stills from the film:
UPDATE 11/8: Tony Cervone has posted on Instagram that the trailer will be premiering on Good Morning America at 8:30am-9:00am EST.
Here's a brand new promo image for SCOOB!, which will be released May 15, 2020 in theaters. The poster shows Scooby-Doo as a puppy, casting a shadow of his normal adult self.
Credit goes to Scoob16 and Alexander Simmons on Instagram for the info!
Yesterday, some animation designs from the 2020 theatrical movie film SCOOB! were leaked from an animation convention in LA.
We still don't have any info about Daphne's character design in the film, but what do you think of the new designs for Fred and Velma?
Here's some new concept art which was just revealed for the 2020 theatrical film SCOOB!. The art features Scooby, whose design had been previously announced, and also revealed what Shaggy will look like in the film.
Thanks to Jayden for sharing this with me.
What do you all think of the concept art?
New info about the upcoming SCOOB! film was released at the Annecy Festival!
The biggest piece of news is that Fred will not have an ascot in this film. WB had the help of a Hollywood animation stylist in making the decision to remove Fred's ascot from his character design.
In addition, Scooby will be biped in some scenes. Tony Cervone stated that Scooby was too difficult to animate on all fours for the entire film.
Quest Industries, from Jonny Quest, was shown, though it was confirmed that Jonny Quest himself would not be appearing in this film at all. A clip of Shaggy and Scooby being chased by Dick Dastardly's henchmen was also shown.
I'm really excited for the film after hearing this new info! I'll keep y'all updated about any more new information that is released :)
Thanks to TheWrap.com, we know now who will be voicing the young versions of Fred Jones and Velma Dinkley in the 2020 theatrical film SCOOB!, following the recent announcement about Iain Armitage and McKenna Grace playing young Shaggy and Daphne, respectively. Pierce Gagnon will be providing the voice of young Fred. Gagnon is most famous for his work in the TV series Twin Peaks. Additionally, Ariana Greenblatt will be voicing young Velma. Greenblatt is widely known for her role in Avengers: Infinity War as young Gamora.
Today, it was announced by Hollywood Reporter that Young Sheldon star Iain Armitage and McKenna Grace (of Captain Marvel fame) will be joining the cast of SCOOB! Armitage will be voicing young Shaggy, and Grace will be voicing young Daphne.
In other Scooby news today (given this is such a short post due to lack of information), Tim Conway passed away at 85 today. Conway guest-starred in The New Scooby-Doo Movies, in the episode "The Spirit Spooked Sports Show." RIP, Tim!
Today, it was announced that two more celebrities would be joining the cast of SCOOB!. Mark Wahlberg will be voicing Blue Falcon, from the 1976 show Dynomutt, Dog Wonder, which was paired with Scooby in the programming block "The Scooby-Doo / Dynomutt Hour" during its original run. Additionally, Jason Isaacs was just announced as the voice of Dick Dastardly, who will be the movie's main villain.
Thanks to Scoobylover from the ScoobyAddicts forum for bringing my attention to the Deadline announcement.
And there you have it folks! That's what Scooby's animation will look like in the upcoming theatrical film, SCOOB!, which will be released on May 15, 2020.
Thanks to Scoobylover from the ScoobyAddicts forum, this is the translation of the plot from Annecy.org, which also gave us the animation image.
In its first (animated) feature destined for the big screen, Scooby-Doo is the hero of his own story. This adventure reveals how he and his best friend Shaggy became two of the world’s most appreciated crime solvers. It brings us back to the time where everything began, when Scooby and Shaggy, still young at the time, met up and got together with Daphne, Velma and Fred to inaugurate the Mystery Incorporated.