Leave it to cosplayers and great photographers to get together to bring a new look at mash-ups we’ve always wanted to see. In this case it’s photographer Jeff Zoet putting the Scooby Gang in jeopardy during a zombie outbreak.
Another DC panel has come and gone at San Diego Comic Con. Thankfully, Major Spoilers is here to fill you in on what was announced and shown at the DC Digital Panel!
Mashup art is one of my favorite forms to come across on the Internet and today’s Art Appreciation Moment is just that as Cynthia Rodgers combines the worlds of Scooby-Doo and Hellboy.
In this issue, why Scooby-Doo rocks, why young people suck, and what movies we are looking forward to as the year winds to a close.
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Yogi Bear is the latest in an seemingly endless stream of movies that will mesh live action with CGI characters ala Scooby-Doo.Â Eric Brevig is directing the script written by Joshua Sternin and Jeffrey Ventimilia based on the Hanna-Barbera series from the 1960′s.Â Â As you might expect Yogi and side-kick Boo Boo will menace Jellystone Park and Ranger Smith in the search for picnic baskets.Â Expect a bunch of silliness when the movie hits December 17, 2010.
Everyoneâ€™s favorite crime-solving Great Dane joins the Comic-Con International schedule as as Warner Premiere & Cartoon Network present the first public screening of Scooby-Doo! The Mystery Begins on Sunday, July 26 at 12:30 p.m. in Room 6DE of the San Diego Convention Center.
While some of you may not be fans of the live action Scooby-Doo movies, I wonder if you feel the same way about the announcement there’s a Hong Kong Phooey live action flick in the works?
Project’s an adaptation of the 1970s Hanna-Barbera animated TV series, about a police station janitor who becomes a dog with mystical powers, including the ability to do kung fu.
The movie is being produced by Brett Ratner, Jay Stern, Broderick Johnson, and Andrew Kosove.
I wonder how this movie will play out.Â Will it be live action with a CGI dog?Â I’d be up for that, especially if they didn’t try to make it look too much like that weird Cats vs. Dogs movie.Â Perhaps the Phooey will be replace by a live person, but that might make it too much like Iron Fist.Â The only thing I do know is whoever plays the title role will never live up to Scatman Crothers.
All I can say is, I’m liking Velma.Â Check the press release for the release date, and everyone else cast to play those darn kids!
BURBANK, CA â€“ August 1, 2008 â€“ Cartoon Network and Warner Premiere have announced the start of production on Scooby-Doo: In The Beginning, an all-new, live-action prequel that will be debut on the network Fall, 2009 to coincide with the DVD release.Â This original movie will commence principal photography on August 4, 2008 in Vancouver, BC, it was announced today by Diane Nelson, President, Warner Premiere and Rob Sorcher, Chief Content Officer, Cartoon Network.