Everyone's favorite mystery-solving Great Dane is back in his biggest animated adventure yet, Scoob! It's been over 15 years since Scooby-Doo was last featured on the big screen, and while Scoob! was originally set for a theatrical release on May 15 this year, the closing of movie theaters worldwide has led Warner Brothers to digitally release the film instead on that same day via retailers like Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, and Apple TV/iTunes.
Though Scoob! will be following in the footsteps of another animated movie which skipped theaters altogether — Trolls: World Tour — it will be available for purchase rather than just as a digital rental, giving your kids the option to rewatch the film whenever they want.
Scoob! is a reboot of the Scooby-Doo film series and designed to be the first in a series of films. Along with Frank Welker as Scooby (originally the voice of Fred), the film features the vocal talents of celebrities such as Will Forte, Gina Rodriguez, Zac Efron, Amanda Seyfried, Mark Wahlberg, Jason Isaacs, Ken Jeong, and Tracy Morgan.
The Scoob.Movie website has even released a free party pack PDF for kids to download and print out, filled with 44 pages of coloring pages, games, and fun activities to get them excited for the big release.
Watch Scoob online from anywhere
If you're out of the country and looking to watch the new movie while you're away from home, then you'll run into problems as your domestic coverage online from abroad will likely be geo-blocked.
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Where to watch Scoob in the U.S.
The new Scooby-Doo movie Scoob! is available at nearly all major digital film retailers, including Apple TV/iTunes, Vudu, Amazon Prime Video, FandangoNow, and Google Play for $24.99. Most retailers offer the film in 4K, as well as HD and SD. Right now, there aren't any special deals or discounts to be scored on the film's purchase, so you'll find it priced at $24.99 anywhere you shop.
There are a few bonuses to snag if you shop at Microsoft or FandangoNow. Microsoft is bundling in three classic episodes of Scooby-Doo: Where Are You? with the purchase at no additional cost, while FandangoNow offers a promotional code for 50% off hundreds of family films when you pre-order the movie.
The Apple TV app recently made its debut, along with the premiere of Apple TV+ streaming service, on various devices. You don't need an Apple device to use this platform; the app is available to download on smart TVs and strreaming devices like the Amazon Fire TV Stick.
Vudu is available to stream on a myriad of devices. Download the app to your smartphone, tablet, or access the site via your computer's web browser. It can even be installed on smart TVs and streaming devices.
Amazon Prime Video
Despite its name, you can watch Scoob! using Prime Video whether you're an Amazon Prime member or not. Prime Video shows and films can be purchased by all Amazon customers, and you might have an easier time downloading this app on the device where you plan on streaming the film than some of the others.
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