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We can’t get enough Scooby-Doo! Another energized film called “Scoob,” about the adorable Incredible Dane and his band of puzzle fathoming youngster companions, will hit theaters in May 2020.
The film will highlight “Secondary School Melodic” star Zac Efron as the voice of Fred Jones and “Mamma Mia!” star Amanda Seyfried as the voice of Daphne Blake.
Balancing the top pick cast incorporates “Saturday Night Live” alum Will Strong point, who will voice Shaggy Rogers, and Gina Rodriguez from “Jane the Virgin,” who will voice Velma Dinkley.
Tracy Morgan of “30 Shake” will voice Chief Mountain man, otherwise called Cavey, a Hanna-Barbera character from the 1980s enlivened arrangement “Commander Cave dweller and the High schooler Heavenly attendants.”
As indicated by Due date, Tony Cervone will coordinate the motion picture. Cervone is a Scooby veteran who has coordinated and delivered a few other energized hits, including “Scooby-Doo! Puzzle Fused” and “Scooby-Doo! what’s more, Kiss: Shake and Move Secret.”
This most recent motion picture will pursue the Scooby group, known as Riddle Inc., as they attempt to spare the world from being crushed by their adversary, Dick Obnoxious.
The best news? Long-lasting Scooby-Doo fans will be glad to realize that voice entertainer Forthcoming Welker will by and by loan his voice to Scooby.
Welker voiced Scooby for the “Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!” TV arrangement from 1969– 1970, and he likewise voiced Scooby for a few different motion pictures and TV programs, including “Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!,” “Scooby-Doo and Batman: The Valiant and the Strong,” and “Scooby-Doo! Experiences: The Secret Guide.” He voiced Fred for a considerable lot of these projects also, regularly assuming the jobs of both.
The last time “Scooby-Doo” was on the wide screen was for a no frills/PC enlivened redo in 2002. That motion picture featured Sarah Michelle Gellar, Freddie Prinze, Jr., and Matthew Lillard.
Chris Columbus, the maker behind hits like “Night at the Gallery,” and “Harry Potter and the Magician’s Stone” will create the new motion picture, alongside Pam Coats (“Mulan”) and Allison Abbate (“The Iron Mammoth,” “The Awesome Mr. Fox”).
Keep your eyes out for “Scoob” in May 2020.