Hands up if you’ve been excited about the release of another Scooby-Doo movie. That’s everyone, right? Scoob! is now on Amazon Video and more.
What are you watching for family movie night this weekend? There’s probably only one answer for many of you. It’s all about the new Scooby-Doo movie, Scoob!
The movie is now officially available to purchase on Digital through Amazon Video, iTunes, Google Play, and however else you get your digital releases. It’s one of Warner Bros. attempts to see if digital releases are the way to go, although most of the bigger properties are being held for the Box Office when the theaters are back open.
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It makes sense to release the family animated movie early. After all, kids have been excited about Scoob! since the first trailer. Parents love the Scooby Gang, whether they have one particular favorite character, or they just enjoy watching the whole group solve their mysteries. One of the best things is always that the mystery is solved and the “ghosts” turn out to be a man behind the mask, helping to ease the fears of things that go bump in the night.
This movie is going to be a fun one for the family. The Scooby Gang will need to stop the “dogpocalypse.” What exactly is that? Well, I’ll leave you to watch the movie to find out, but there’s a secret about Scooby’s legacy that could be the key to stopping it.
Scoob! will also bring an origin story for Mystery Inc. It’s time to find out how Scooby got his name, how he and Shaggy met, and how they became instant friends. Of course, we need to find out how they met Fred, Daphne, and Velma.
There’s a change of voice actors for the movie, though, which may be disappointing for some. Will Forte will voice Shaggy with Zac Efron, Gina Rodriguez, and Amanda Seyfried as Fred, Velma, and Daphne respectively. However, Frank Welker returns as the voice of Scooby.
Check out the trailer for Scoob!