Scoob!: Holiday Haunt, the cancelled film, wraps Production
In the post, Writer and producer Tony Cervone shared an image of a computer monitor with a title card for the film
Writer and producer Tony Cervone has shared on Instagram that the cancelled film Scoob!: Holiday Haunt has wrapped production.
In the post, Cervone shared an image of a computer monitor with a title card for the film. It features a Christmas-themed background, with "Scoob!" written in green, and "Haunted Holiday" written in red. The exclamation point's design includes Scooby's dog collar. In the post, Cervone wrote:
"Well, we finished this thing today. A bittersweet conclusion to be sure. I really hope you get a chance to see it somehow. It's a good one. I want to congratulate the directors Michael Kurinsky and Bill Haller for doing an outstanding job. They understand the characters, comedy and spooky thrills so well. Thanks to Paul Dini for writing it with me. And thank you to our wonderful, wonderful gang Iain Armitage, Mckenna Grace, Ariana Greenblatt, Pierce Gagnon and the one and only Frank Welker. Every minute with you was a pleasure."
Scoob!: Holiday Haunt was going to be a prequel to the 2020 film Scoob!. The plan for the film was for it to be released on HBO Max. In August, it was announced that Warner Bros. had cancelled the film and planned to never release it. That same day, Warner Bros. also cancelled Batgirl, which starred Leslie Grace as Batgirl/Barbara Gordon, as well as J.K. Simmons as Commissioner Gordon and Michael Keaton as Batman.
Despite the film's cancelation, Cervone shared on Instagram that the film was still being scored and worked on. In the post, Cervone wrote "So what do you do when the movie is canceled, but you've already paid for the stage and the musicians? You record the damn score!"