Scooby-Doo and the gang were scheduled to return to the big screen this month but that all changed when theater doors closed and movie delays followed over coronavirus concerns. Following in the footsteps of Trolls World Tour, the mystery-busting crew will instead be joining viewers for a night in and some Scooby Snacks as Warner Bros’ Scoob! goes from theatrical release to video on demand (VOD).
Directed by Tony Cervone, Scoob! tells the origin story of how Scooby-Doo met Shaggy, how the lovable duo became best friends, and went on to join Velma, Daphne, and Fred to form Mystery Inc. The story also follows the gang to present day and sees them tackling their biggest mystery yet — one that calls for stopping the mythic dog Cerberus and the “dogpocalypse”. Zoinks!
If you’re a big Scooby-Doo fan or simply want to join in on all the fun, here’s everything you need to know to watch Scoob! when it premieres later this week.
When Can I Watch Scoob! the Movie?
Despite the change from cinematic to VOD release, Scoob!’s release date has not changed. Viewers can watch Scoob! by renting or purchasing it at select online retailers when it premieres on May 15 at midnight PT.
Where Can I Watch Scoob!?
Scoob! will be available for a 48-hour rental via VOD for $19.99 or digital ownership for $24.99 starting on May 15 in the US and Canada at the following online retailers:
Who’s Part of the Scoob! Cast?
Viewers can expect both new and returning talent as part of the Scoob! cast. Frank Welker, known for his role as Fred in the original series and Scooby in What’s New, Scooby-Doo? will be returning as Scooby-Doo in the 2020 animated movie. Check out the slideshow above and the full list of the Scoob! Cast below:
- Scooby-Doo voiced by Frank Welker
- Shaggy voiced by Will Forte
- Velma voiced by Gina Rodriguez
- Daphne voiced by Amanda Seyfried
- Fred voiced by Zac Efron
- Dee Dee voiced by Kiersey Clemons
- Blue Falcon voiced by Mark Wahlberg
- Captain Caveman voiced by Tracy Morgan
- Dynomutt voiced by Ken Jeong
- Dick Dastardly voiced by Jason Isaacs
For more, see how Scoob! revamps the classic characters with CG animation and watch the final Scoob! trailer filled with Easter Eggs and Hanna-Barbera references.
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