After running off the spectators and smashing into floats, Scooby knocks it down with the soccer ball from the alley and he and Shaggy rejoin Velma, Fred, and Daphne. The film is directed by , written by , and stars the voices of , , , , , and. The police cordone the area and the kids who lost their soccer ball catch up to Shaggy and Scooby to ask for their autographed missing ball. The security guard is taken away and the gang makes sure that the autographed ball is returned to its rightful owner after they remove the serum on it. The security guard reveals he has always wanted to be a magician and wanted the money from the serum sale to fund his magician dreams. Velma identifies the monster as a trickster called 'Eshu'.
The monster chases Scooby, and soon afterward Shaggy, out onto the parade route. On August 17, 2015, was hired to direct the animated film on the script by Matt Lieberman, while and would produce the film along with. Eshu is also there and chases after Shaggy and Scooby before a security guard arrives and sounds the alarm. In April, and were added to the cast. Suddenly Eshu appears but after a few too many kicks, the supercharged ball gains momentum and crashes into the monster, sending it straight through the net and trapping it.
Later that month, and joined the voice cast as and. They manage to make it onto the pitch but the autographed ball is being taken out to play. Fred promises the kids they will find the autographed ball and the gang ask Julio Luna, the director of the games, for help. Sneaking into the stadium, the gang manages to find the equipment room where all the soccer balls are stored. The group tries to subdue the monster but it disappears in a cloud of smoke. They sneak back into the stadium and realize the autographed ball has been taken out onto the field. Eshu is unmasked to be Reynaldo, the angry security guard from the research lab.
The film is intended to lead into a. It is intended to be the first film of a proposed. Scooby intercepts the super strong, super bouncy ball and manages to score a winning goal for Brazil in the final seconds of the match. The gang figures that Eshu accidentally spilled the experimental liquid onto the kids' soccer ball in the alley and wants to find the ball to extract the formula and sell it. At 2016 CinemaCon, the film's official title was announced to be S.
For saving the tournament, the gang is rewarded with pizzas on a stick and Scooby manages to expertly deflect an errant soccer ball before the end. They learn that the test tube was filled with an experimental liquid that modifies the quality of rubber making it extra strong and bouncy and it was stolen by Eshu the previous day. Animated by for , the film is scheduled to be released in the United States on May 15, 2020, by. Scooby searches a nearby alley and finds the ball but not before he's chased away by a red, horned monster. He tells them all the spilled soccer balls on the parade route were taken back to the stadium, including the kids' ball that was mixed in with them. In October 2018, it was announced that Shepard was no longer a part of the project and was replaced by as screenwriter. Scooby quickly dons a jersey and joins the Brazilian team.
It is a reboot of the film series. . Once again, the monster disappears in a cloud of dust and after a hasty retreat, Fred determines the Eshu is looking for the same autographed ball. Shaggy and Scooby leave the parade to get some more food and Scooby helps some kids find an errant, flying soccer ball. When they go to the professor's research lab, they're stopped by an angry security guard but another scientist overhears what they found and brings them to the eccentric Professor Perez. In September 2016, it was reported that would be directing the film along with Cervone, whilst he would also write the script along with Lieberman.
Daphne finds a broken test tube that's labelled as belonging to Professor Eduardo Perez. The next day, they go to the alley where Scooby first encountered Eshu. Previously, the film was set for a September 21, 2018 release. . . . .
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