The First Official Trailer For 'Scoob!' Starring Zac Efron And Amanda Seyfried Has Been Released
Zoinks! The first official trailer for the upcoming Scoob animated movie has been released.
The animated movie features the voices of Zac Efron, who plays Fred Jones, and Amanda Seyfried as Daphne Blake for the new incarnation of the Mystery Incorporated team.
Scoob! is scheduled for release in the UK in May 2020, and also stars Will Forte as Shaggy, Gina Rodriguez as Velma, and Tracy Morgan as Captain Caveman.
In the first trailer, movie fans watch the moment Scooby and Shaggy first meet as youngsters before different members of the Mystery Machine team are introduced throughout the pairs' teen years.
Fast forwarding through their high jinx to present day, both Shaggy and Scooby are seen in a spot of bother as they get abducted by The Falcon Fury - much to the gang's dismay.
Last week, new images of the pesky teens could be seen deep in mystery-solving mode as Fred, Velma and Daphne appeared to be on the hunt for clues.
In another still, loveable Scooby could be seen enjoying a trip to the cinema with his best pal Shaggy, doing what they do best - eating Scooby snacks.
What appeared to be a flashback scene, a young Shaggy is seen meeting Scooby for the first time as they embrace, and he receives a wet lick from the dog.
More Like ThisMore Like This
It's not only the gang that get an animated update 50 years after the first ever episode aired as the pesky kids' Mystery Machine underwent a dramatic makeover.
According to Fandango, who released the stills, the plot of the movie focuses on how the gang first met and teamed up.
They then "must foil a diabolical plot revolving around a ghost dog known as Cerberus, discovering Scooby's secret legacy and their own epic destiny along the way".
Jeepers! It sounds good.
The Scooby Doo franchise has already been turned into several movies, including Scooby Doo in 2002 and Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed back in 2004, starring the likes of Linda Cardellini and Sarah Michelle Gellar.
Although we don't get the delight of seeing The Greatest Showman star on-screen we can catch him in his latest movie The Beach Bum which he appears in alongside Oscar winner Matthew McConaughey.
Scoob is set to hit UK cinemas in May 2020.
Featured Image Credit: Warner Bros.
Chosen for YouChosen for You
Most Read StoriesMost Read