‘Scoob’ changes its release theatre for a digital one


UNITED STATES.- “Scoob”, the animated film based on the characters of “Scooby-Doo”, it changes its theatrical premiere by one digita. Now the tape will be released next month in the rental services of digital, according to the information of Variety.

From the 15th of may, “Scoob” will be available for rent for $ 19.99 in the usa. UU. And Canada. The film, aimed at a younger audience, was originally scheduled to debut in theaters on may 15, but was delayed indefinitely because the pandemic coronavirus forced to close the cinema.

“While we are anxious to be able to show once more our movies in the cinemas, we are surfing the new times and unprecedented that require creative thinking and adaptability in the way in which we distribute our content,” said Ann Sarnoff, CEO of Warner Bros. “We know that fans are anxious to see” Scoob “and we are delighted to offer this movie for families to enjoy while they are at home together.”

The decision to drastically alter the plans of launch of “the Scoob” occurs after the announcement from Universal that “Trolls World Tour”, which also changed its release the theatrical in favor of the video premium-to-order, got the debut biggest for a rental digital.

The news is another blow for the owners of cinemas, which have been firmly against any attempt to shorten the useful life of a film in their places. Studies have been forced to rearrange their release schedules, delaying many of the tents and finding new release dates for other, as the theatres are closed without any clear sign of when they can reopen safely.

“Scoob” was directed by Tony Cervone and it continues to be the best childhood friends Shaggy, Fred, Velma and Daphne, who solved crimes together with the pet dog of Shaggy, Scooby-Doo. The cast of voices include Will Forte, Gina Rodriguez, Zac Efron and Amanda Seyfried.

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