HomeMovie NewsScoob!: Holiday Haunt producer confirms score recording after film’s cancellation: ‘The musicians and theatre have already been paid.’

Scoob!: Holiday Haunt producer confirms score recording after film’s cancellation: ‘The musicians and theatre have already been paid.’

In spite of Warner Bros. Sadly, Discovery has canceled plans to release ” Scoob!” The sequel to the 2020 animated feature “Scoob!” hasn’t been completed yet. Producer , who directed the original “Scoob!”,” confirmed the production is still recording the movie’s score despite the cancellation.

A photo of Cervone’s team working in a recording studio was uploaded to his Instagram account on Saturday. In this case, what will you do if a movie is canceled, but the musicians and stage have already been paid for? ” wrote Cervone in the caption. “You record that damn score! ”

Scoring a film that won’t be released isn’t exactly common practice, but quitting a film after most of the production is done – which was the case with “Scoob!” – is. The film has been subtitled “Holiday Haunt,” according to reports.

Hollywood was rocked last Tuesday when Warner Bros. A Discovery spokesperson confirmed that “Scoob!” along with “” (based on DC Comics character) would no longer be released, either theatrically or on HBO Max. Originally planned as original content for the streamer, both productions are planned for release later this year.

In addition to and directing, (Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar, “The Tender Bar”) composed “Holiday Haunt.”. Cervone confirmed the cancellation on his Instagram account.

He wrote, “Yes, I am afraid this is true.”. “We are almost done with the movie, and it turned out beautifully.”. “I am truly heartbroken.” This is Warner Brothers. A Discovery earnings call later last week quoted Discovery CEO saying, “we won’t release a movie we don’t believe in.”

Leslie Grace was set to portray Barbara Gordon (aka Batgirl) in “Batgirl”, along with “Bad Boys for Life” and “Ms. Taking the helm for “Batgirl” is Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah. In 2021, Warner Bros. approved the production as part of its effort to generate feature films for HBO Max. Principal photography had already been completed and test screenings were in progress.

“Batgirl” and “Scoob!” were chopped! Warner Bros is releasing “Holiday Haunt” this Halloween. The company has adjusted its strategy to focus on theatrical features.

I’m Scooby!: The HBO Max series “Holiday Haunt” was scheduled to premiere on Dec. 22. It is estimated that the film cost around $40 million to make. According to reports, the company will claim a tax deduction for incomplete production.

“ Holiday Haunt” would’ve featured Frank Welker as Scooby-Doo, as well as Iain Armitage, Ariana Greenblatt, Pierce Gagnon, Mckenna Grace, Michael McKean, Mark Hamill, Andre Braugher, and Jim Meskimen.

In an earlier version of this article, Tony Cervone was referred to as a director of Scoob! Producer of “Holiday Haunt.” We’ve updated the piece.

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