Scooby-Doo’s Holiday Haunt’ Joins —Batgirl’ in Warner Bros.’ Trash Pile


Batgirl This isn’t the only Warner Bros. film that Warner Bros. pulled off Tuesday. Scoob!: Holiday Haunt, a holiday-themed sequel to the 2020 Scooby-Doo movie, was also canceled. It is not clear how far the movie has advanced. Holiday HauntIt was not yet in production. In a December 2021 teaser, you will find a sneak peak at upcoming HBO Max programs.

Holiday Haunt Reports indicate that the budget was in the $40 million range. The Hollywood Reporter. Scoob! production designer Michael Kurinsky and animation supervisor Bill Haller were directing the project, according to a previously released synopsis. Paul Dini and Scoob! director Tony Cervone wrote the script, which chronicled Scooby-Doo’s first Christmas with a 10-year-old Shaggy. They visit Fred’s Uncle Ned and solve a mystery in order to save Christmas.

Voice acting was completed already. Mandalorian star Ming-Na Wen A video was posted by her of herself being recorded in February. “I love voice acting. Can you tell? Working on another iconic franchise. [Scooby-Doo] with some great boos here. It comes out for the holidays,”Wen captioned this video.

Scoob!This was one of many movies that were affected by early stages of the coronavirus epidemic. The film was initially released for digital distribution in May 2020. It was then given a limited theatrical release on July 2020. In many areas of the country, COVID restrictions still applied. It was released to HBO Max on June 2020. A limited theatrical rerelease took place in May 2021. Scoob! Worldwide, $28.5 Million in Grosses and reportedly had a budget of $90 million.

In June 2021, Cervone told ComicBookMovie.comThis is a Scoob! Neben dem holiday special, a sequel was also being kicked around. “It hasn’t been announced yet, but it’s something we’re all excited about,”Cervone stated at the time. “The whole creative team that made the first movie is still around and back and working on something new. It was neat to create this Hanna-Barbera Cinematic Universe, and it’s exciting to return to it.”The sequel has yet to be announced and seems even less likely now that the holiday special isn’t happening.

BatgirlThe cancellation of’s movie was shocking on Tuesday as it was fully filmed. It was anticipated to air on HBO Max before 2022 ends and stars. In The HeightsBreakout Leslie Grace in title role. Bad Boys For Life It was directed by Bilall Fallah and Adil El Arbi. The much-publicized return of Michael Keaton as Batman and J.K. Simmons returning as Commissioner Jim Gordon was also a highlight. It was also expected that it would be part of Brendan Fraser’s comeback as the villain Firefly. The film cost approximately $90 million, which is too high for streaming but not enough to provide the kind of production value audiences would expect from a theatrical release. Warner Bros. seems to have seen it. Discovery CEO David Zaslav seems to see it.