Movie “Scoob” do not wait for reopening of cinemas and will be released on the Internet: Where and how much does it cost?


So as not to delay their plans for this 2020, studies Warner Bros. decided to launch for the next 15 may, the premiere of the film “Scoob”, based on the popular dog, Scooby Doo, regardless that the cinemas remain closed for the coronavirus.

Part of the appeal of anime is in the cast of stars that lent their voice for the characters. As we know, Scooby Doo is a dog who accompanies a group of four researchers: Daphne, Wilma, Fred, and Shaggi.

Zac Efron did the voice of Fred, Amanda Seyfried the of Daphne, Gina Rodriguez Vilma, the comedian Will Forte to Shaggi and Scooby Doo will be the voice of the experienced actor animation Frank Welker, also known for giving voice to Megatron, in Transformers.

Though everyone knows what’s going on, “Scoob!” presents a novelty, and it is a journey to the source of the group, because it had not been told how they met the members and their beginnings in solving mysteries.

According to Warnerin addition to know the origin of this group of friends solve another mystery: “A plot to free the phantom dog Cerberus on the world. While competing to stop this “apocalypse” overall, the gang discovers that Scooby have a secret legacy and destiny epic greater than anyone imagined”.

The filmdirected by Tony Cervone, comes to refresh the original frame of the production company Hanna Barbera when it released the animated series for television in 1969. The production has reached a great success all over the world during the transmission of their 24 seasons.

The strategy of Warner is to achieve the release of this tape family in times of quarantine, as happened a few weeks ago with the premiere of “Trolls World Tour” by Universal Picture.

Although “Scoob” will be released in the digital world, it is not free. The film will be available on Amazon for a buy digital of $ 25 and a rental digital up to 48 hours for 20.

The producer is hoping for a good acceptance of the tape and wants to “ensure that families can enjoy while they spend time in their homes.”