Despite being cancelled, the producer and writer of Scoob! Holiday Haunt claims that he is recording the film’s soundtrack because “I already paid for the stage and the musicians,” according to Tony Cervone.
The merger between Warner Bors. and Discovery it will bring with it a few advantages, but now what is standing out the most are its main drawbacks.
We refer, of course, to the cancellation of movies like Batgirl or Scooby! Holiday Haunting despite the fact that both productions were practically finished.
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In fact, production work is still going on with the new Scooby Doo movie because it was already paid for before Warner Bros. Discovery shelved it.
This was confirmed on his Instagram account. Tony Cervone, producer and writer of Scoob! Holiday Haunt who was also the director of the previous film Scooby!
The producer recently shared on Instagram a photo of his team working in a recording studio stating that were recording the soundtrack for the movie Scoob! Holiday Haunt because everything was already paid.
“So what do you do when the movie is cancelled, but you already paid for the stage and the musicians? You record the damn soundtrack!” Cervone detailed in his Instagram post.
The synopsis of the movie Scoob! Holiday Haunt read as follows: “To celebrate Scooby-Doo’s first Christmas, 10-year-old Shaggy and the gang take him to a vacation resort owned by Fred’s Uncle Ned. The guys are forced to solve a 40-year-old mystery to save the Scooby-Doo. ghostly apparition complex”.
The cast of Scoob! Holiday Haunt featured the original voices of McKenna Grace (Ghostbusters: Beyond), John DiMaggio (Alpha Betas), Ariana Greenblatt (Barbie), Christ Fernandez (Don’t go to class tomorrow), Pierce Gagnon (Tomorrowland: The World of Tomorrow), Jim Meskiman (The Big Door Prize) and himself Tony Cervone.
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