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Scoob! To Skip Cinema Hall & Head Into Series; Animated Pic Across The Finish Line In This Pandemic


David Mudd

Scoob! has a new update due to coronavirus. Yes, the animated television series based movie is about to hit the screens but due to the pandemic, we have to wait for the movie to roll on screens.

So, we have good news for all “Scooby-Doo” lovers and anime bugs. Because Scoob! is going to have a 48-hour rental on VOD platforms for $19.99 and purchase for $24.99.

Scoob! Is Now On VOD Platform

The film Scoob is about to hit the screens of theater on May 15, but due to COVID-19, everyone is glued to homes, and many films are delayed, postponed and there are fewer chances to have theatres in action soon. So, the director Warner Bros and Animation expert Tony Cervone decided to have this movie on the VOD platform.


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But, What Makes The Director And Crew Have The Movie On VOD Platform?

If we look through, Trolls World Tour, the movie also affected by COVID-19, and the Universal Pictures got it up on the VOD Platform,(tweet on twitter) for a $20 digital rental. This hits a lot and has bagged a huge success. And many more productions turning to this platform.

If we see, Disney recently announced its live-action “Artemis Fowl” will stream on Disney+ instead of theaters. And Paramount gives comedy “The Lovebirds,” to Netflix with starring Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani.

A few cinemas are waiting to stream on screens, but Warner Bros is up to release on small screens than theatres. He has one more release namely “Birds of Prey” to the home than on big screens. But the studio is going to focus the present movies and skipping the new release to later days.

We have no word on the release of theaters so until then we and all kids can have look on VOD platforms to have fun.


Warner Bros, Chief Executive Ann Sarnoff  stated:

“While we’re all eager to be able to once again show our films in theaters, we’re navigating new, unprecedented times, which call for creative thinking and adaptability in how we distribute our content,”