Scoob First Look Reunites Scooby-Doo & the Gang, Trailer Coming Monday




Scoob y-Doo heads for the movie theaters in 2020 with the Arrival of all New animation film Scoob and we now have some first-look pictures on updated character designs. Published exclusively in fandango, many images allow us to see clearly Scoob y-Doo and his four human companions – Fred Jones, Daphne Blake, Velma Dinkley and Shaggy Rogers. The first official trailer of Scoob is also revealed! will be published on Monday, November 11th. For the moment, you can take a look at the first pictures of the Scoob gang seen in Scoob ]! below.

For the most part, Scoob y. and the Mystery Machine looks much the same as it has always been, but there are some notable differences with the other characters. On Twitter, some fans have noticed that something seems "off" with Fred, a user describing his face as having "shrunk". It does not carry either its orange ascot, but the white jacket in which it has since been worn during more recent animated adaptations. Velma and Daphne look a lot like the way they were originally designed, although their updated appearance of CGI made them a little more "realistic". These photos show us the group of teenagers intent on mysteries that seem slimmer than they've ever been before, but the new design does not happily go up to make characters unrecognizable. .

With a screenplay written by Kelly Fremon Craig ( The Edge of Seventeen ), Scoob ! is directed by Tony Cervone ( Scoob y-Doo! and Kiss: Rock and Roll Mystery Controversial, almost all doublers of the franchise have been redone, leaving only Frank Welker in as a voice of Scoob y-Doo The new cast includes Zac Efron as Fred, Gina Rodriguez as Velma, Amanda Seyfried as Daphne and Will Forte as Shaggy.The separate roles are Tracy Morgan in the role of Captain Caveman, Ken Jeong in Dynomutt, Mark Wahlberg in Blue Falcon and Jason Isaacs in Dick Dastardly.

The Scoob y-Doo The first franchise was launched in 1969 with the creation of the original animated series Scoob Y-Doo, where are you? Each episode was followed by a group of teenagers who solved mysteries who, at first glance, seemed to be paranormal, may It was usually the result of deception of criminal brains. Worse still for them, they almost have We would have always been so bad out, without these troublesome children. The franchise has since evolved to include a wide variety of animated spin-offs, reboots and feature films. It was then treated in real action in 2002 with the film Scoob of Y-Doo, with the continuation of Scoob ] of 1945. 2: Unleashed monsters arriving two years later in 2004.

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Scoob ! should be released in cinemas on May 15, 2020. The characters may not look like our usual with their new models Scoob y-Doo, but the film remains seems to be a must for any major fan of Scoob y-Doo. If reboots do not suit you, you can still gorge on classic episodes of previous iterations of the TV series. Make sure you check the official trailer when it's released on Monday. The first pictures of Scoob ! come see us from Fandango on Twitter.

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