Holiday Haunt could still be finished despite being shelved by Warner Bros. Discovery

Warner Bros. Discovery has been in the headlines this month for some shocking moves in an effort to save money. They have canceled many shows from HBO Max, but the biggest news was their decision to remove the Bat girl film despite the fact that filming had already finished. Nevertheless, Bat girl It’s not the only movie that won’t see the light of day. Scoob!: Vacation Spot it was also shelved despite being well along in the filmmaking process. Shortly after the news broke, Scooby! Producer Tony Cervone revealed that the film’s score was still being put together as the stage was already booked and the musicians had already been paid. Turns out the score isn’t the only aspect of Scooby! that could be completed. According to the hollywood reporter‘s heat vision Newsletter, Scoob!: Vacation Spot it could still be finished even though there are no plans to release it.

Sources have reportedly said THR that about 90% of Scoob!: Vacation Spot It is done complete. In addition to the score, ADR work is also done. It apparently needs “a bit of polishing to get to the finish line,” and is estimated to cost around $2 million. The film cost about 35 million dollars and THR speculated that the decision to complete the film is a backup plan in case they change their minds about a future release. In the event of a reverse decision, Warner Bros. Discovery could hypothetically pay back the government tax cut. THR he also hilariously suggested the hashtag #ReleasetheScoobTaxCut.

The first look at Scoob!: Vacation Spot was shown during an HBO Max sneak peek in late 2021. Cervone confirmed a sequel was in the works and shared his excitement about the project before things fell apart. “Actually, we’re kicking the tires on a track Scooby!Cervone revealed to comic movie. “It hasn’t been announced yet, but it’s something we’re all excited about. The entire creative team that made the first film is still working on something new. It was great to create this Hanna-Barbera cinematic universe.” , and it’s exciting to get back to that.”

the synopsis of Scoob!: Vacation Spot says, “To celebrate Scooby Doo’s first Christmas, 10-year-old Shaggy and the gang take him to a resort owned by Fred’s favorite Uncle Ned. When the park becomes haunted by ghosts, the kids must solve a 40 year old mystery to save the resort and show Scooby the true meaning of Christmas.”

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