SCOOB!— A 2020 American computer-animated film based on Hanna-Barbera’s Scooby-Doo franchise, produced by Warner Animation Group and Warner Bros. movie. It is the reboot of the Scooby-Doo theatrical film series and the third theatrical film based on the character after Scooby-Doo and Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed. Set in Hanna-Barbera’s alternate animated series, the film follows the events of Mystery Incorporated as she solves the biggest and most challenging mystery behind the mascot’s secret legacy and the true purpose involved in a plot to uncover Cerberus.
Plot of SCOOB
In a world full of Hanna-Barbera characters, young and lonely Shaggy Rogers befriends and adopts a young stray Great Dane he names Scooby-Doo. On Halloween night, Scooby and Shaggy go to a haunted house with three young children: Fred Jones, Daphne Blake, and Velma Dinkley. There, they catch a thief disguised as a ghost and inspire them to open Mystery Inc. And we solve the mystery together.
After solving the mystery for 10 years, at Mystery Work Co., Ltd, at an investor meeting with Simon Cowell, he turned down a deal due to Scooby and Shaggy’s childish behaviour, saying the friendship was pointless. The couple leaves the group and goes to a bowling alley in Takamoto. There, he is terrorized by a transforming robot named Rotten, owned by Dick Dastadlry, who tries to capture the three skulls of Scooby and Cerberus.
They were saved by Dee Dee Skies and their lifelong idols Dinomutt and Brian Crown. They took over from his father, the role of the masked superhero Blue Falcon. Dastardly and the Rottens trap and threaten Scooby and Shaggy in an abandoned amusement park, but the Falcon Force rescues them. Dastardly investigates if Scooby is worried and leaves Shaggy alone.
Review of Scoob
The action-adventure escapades of the Mystery Machine crew are also relentless. But not everything is interesting. The script is unnecessarily complex and too light for a children’s film featuring some of the most iconic and nostalgic cartoon characters. The film’s animation is top-notch, but the emotional score relies entirely on the chemistry between Shaggy and Scoob. But apart from a bizarre sight, there is not much to captivate the heart.
The plot gets weird and chaotic, culminating in the mythical three-headed dog Cerberus, who starts attacking everyone. Fortunately, there is fun in all the chaos. It’s 2020, and the characters are using smartphones, sharing Netflix passwords and more. There are plenty of clever references to all things Hollywood and current affairs. Taste this. Fred Hemsworth answers the phone and asks playfully. Chris, Liam, and Velma appear as Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Halloween night. Aside from Shaggy and Scoob’s goofy behaviour, the interactions between the rest of the gang are very lively.
Box Office Details of Scoob
Scoop! It opened in theatres in five countries on July 10, 2020, and grossed $1.8 million at its opening weekend. Warner Bros. announced plans to release the film in 20 markets. In its second weekend of release, the film grossed $243,000 in the Netherlands and $266,000 in Spain, coming in third place in France. The film grossed $1.3 million in 13 countries over the July 31 weekend. The film grossed $1.6 million in Spain in four weeks. When the film was released in North American theatres on May 21, 2021, it debuted in eighth place at the weekend box office for $850,000. The film grossed $2.2 million in the United States, $24.9 million elsewhere, and $27.1 million worldwide.
On June 17, 2014, Warner Bros. Pictures said they would revive the Scooby-Doo movie franchise with an animated picture Randall Green had written. Tony Cervone, who has previously worked on multiple Scooby-Doo projects, was chosen on August 17, 2015, to helm the animated movie, which now has a story by Matt Lieberman. The film was made by Allison Abbate and Pam Coats, with executive producers Charles Roven and Richard Suckle. The co-creator of the Disney Channel shows Phineas and Ferb and Milo Murphy’s Law, Dan Povenmire, initially planned to work on the project in a creative position but received an executive producer credit.