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Scooby! The Movie sequel is canceled by Warner

According to a report from The Hollywood Reporter, Warner Bros. Discovery has decided to cancel the sequel to Scooby! The Movie, titled Scoob: Holiday Haunt.

David Zaslav, the studio’s new CEO, sees no purpose in having high-budget productions being released directly on HBO Max. In this case, it was something estimated at $40 million.

Scoob: Holiday Haunt had been announced a few months ago, and we only knew that the idea was to make it available in December of this year, as the plot is set around Christmas time.

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