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Note: Please do not add "William Hanna and Joseph Barbera died", because that was before this movie.

Scoob! Holiday Haunt was a proposed prequel to the 2020 film Scoob!. That was originally scheduled to be released on HBO Max on December 22, 2022.

Plot[]

To celebrate Scooby Doo's first Christmas, 10-year-old Shaggy and the gang take him to a holiday-themed resort owned by Fred's favorite Uncle Ned. When the park is beset by a ghostly haunting, the kids must solve a 40-year-old mystery to save the resort and show Scooby the true meaning of Christmas.

Cast[]

  • Frank Welker as Scooby-Doo
  • Iain Armitage as Shaggy Rogers
  • Pierce Gagnon as Fred Jones
  • Mckenna Grace as Daphne Blake
  • Ariana Greenblatt as Velma Dinkley
  • Michael McKean as Ned
  • Maya Hawke as Unknown Character
  • Mark Hamill as Unknown Character
  • Andre Braugher as Chef Dave

Development[]

In June 2021, Cervone said that a sequel to Scoob! was in sudden development. (source)

Why It Was Cancelled[]

  1. Warner Bros. Discovery cancelled its release along with Batgirl and Coyote Vs. Acme, citing cost-cutting measures and a refocus on theatrical films rather than creating projects for streaming.
  2. The WB-Discovery merger took place on April 8, 2022, resulting in many layoffs and shows leaving HBO Max.

Results[]

  • It is unknown when the special will be released. The special was considered to be the second Hanna-Barbera Cinematic Universe film.
  • Cervone would say on the same day that the project was “practically finished”. Which means that the special's animation was fully finished few days before the cancellation. He even said he was practically scoring the film. Meaning that 90%-95% of the special's post-production was complete.
    • Later that month, it was reported that the film would still be finished, even though Warner Bros. Discovery had no current plans to release it.[1]
  • In November 4, 2022, according to Tony Cervone's Instagram. The cancelled film was finally "100%" finished.
  • The special will remain unreleased due to the nature of it's cancellation.

Trivia[]

  • The only known video footage of the special appeared in the HBO Max sizzle reel showcasing the upcoming 2022 shows and films.
  • The film is one of the final acting performances of André Braugher, who died in December 2023.

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