Joinks! We’re releasing 22 secrets about Scooby-Doo

About Freddie Princess Jr.’s marriage to Sarah Michelle Geller

We are doing what we are doing and celebrating its 20th anniversary Scooby-Doo.

To answer your follow-up question: Yes, the live-action adaptation of the classic Hannah-Barbera series Really Came out two decades ago. No, We Still Not so pretty Freddie Prince Jr.. And Sarah Michelle Geller Together. And zoinks, you Really That’s old

The IRL-couple, Matthew Lillard, Linda Cardellini and a CGI Scooby all walked into the Mystery Machine to bring the beloved Mystery Inc. to the big screen on June 14, 2002. Directed by King Gosnell and written by James Gain, the movie grossed 275 million worldwide, despite some lesser reviews from critics. And in the twentieth year of its release, Scooby-Doo and its 2002 sequel have attracted a cult follower, fans love its destructive humor and early power. (Never forget the Sugar Ray Cameo!)

But Scooby-Doo According to director Gosnell, who exclusively called EK, it was originally written as much more “edgy”! After the studio decided to make it a much more family-friendly flick, he and Gunn reported that “we never got a chance to show the movie that was made for the audience.”

Although he did not provide any Scooby Snacks, Gosnell was kind enough to reveal 22 secrets about the movie, including how he cast Fred and Daphne, one of Hollywood’s favorite couples, the stars who had to dye their hair and Real That’s why a kiss between Velma and Daphne came out of the final version …

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