Studios Warner Bros. released directly by the internet the animated film “Scoob!”, based on the adventures of the famous dog “Scooby-Doo” and the gang of researchers, instead of waiting for the reopening of the theaters closed by the coronavirus.
The company withdrew Tuesday his decision to postpone indefinitely the release of the tape, and opted to keep to the scheduled date of may 15, relying on the internet for “families to enjoy while they spend time in their homes” for the confinement.
This new installment of the “Scooby-Doo” is the second major production of children, in full quarantine by the pandemic, opens directly into the households, as already happened some weeks ago with “Trolls Word Tour,” from Universal Pictures.
Now, the Warner Bros. mimics the decision taken earlier by the studies of Universal, who made sure that his film recorded the biggest opening on the internet for the company and ventured to say that broke the world record, although without providing any more information.
“Scoob!” is an animated movie that tells how you met a young, Shaggy, Fred, Velma and Daphne before you begin your adventure in a group, solving mysteries along the famous dog of Hanna-Barbera.
The last film of the franchise has been directed by Tony Cervone and features the voices of Frank Welker, Zac Efron, Will Forte, Amanda Seyfried, Gina Rodriguez, and Tracy Morgan. Your initial purchase price in the united States will be $ 20, the equivalent of more than two movie tickets.
“While we all want to be able to return to show our films in cinemas, in these unprecedented times require creative thinking and adaptation”, explained the president of Warner Bros., Ann Sarnoff, in a statement.
While franchises adult as “James Bond” and “Fast and Furious” have decided to postpone their releases until the fall and even next year, the cinema, family-or child-is betting on new releases in the internet, since many families looking to entertain the little ones during the cuarentema.
It is an alternative in a Hollywood that has been left in “shock” by the pandemic, to stop all shoots in march and suspend premieres as important as “Mulan”, “James Bond: No Time to Die”, “The Batman” and the tape of “The Sopranos”. EFE