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[16.02.2004] Moviehole sprach mit James Gunn über SD2...
[...] It's sleeker, faster, and furrier. The cast were much more comfortable with their roles, and have all upped their game. Raja was much more confidant, which shows up on screen. The movie is a lot more character-oriented, actually. The studio was a little freaked out when they first saw it - in a good way. It's a lot like Mystic River, only imagine the Sean Penn character as a talking dog... well, maybe not, but it is a lot different from the first movie. The mystery is much more of a mystery - in the last movie we had one real suspect, and then a couple of faux suspects. In this movie we have at least four real suspects.
Oh yeah, and the action - there are many bigger, more fun action sequences in this movie. We have a great sequence with Scooby and Shaggy dirt-boarding down the side of a mountain on trash can lids, followed by a couple of skeleton men with eyeballs for heads. We also have a great sequence with the Pterodactyl Ghost chasing the Mystery Machine through the city streets of Coolsville.
Mary Vernieu did an excellent job casting. I really didn't think we'd get somebody like Seth Green to play Patrick Wisely. Seth is just a fabulous actor, and he brings so much to the role. He's strangely dangerous as the character. Peter Boyle is funny as hell. He did the table read and was exactly how I imagined Old Man Wickles. It was uncanny. And Alicia's perfect. She's a real sweetheart on top of being great in the movie."


[24.01.2004] Bei CS! gibt es ein weiteres SD2-Poster... *g*

[18.01.2004] Bei CS! kann man einen Blick auf das SD2-Poster werfen...

[07.01.2004] U-Daily News meldet...
"Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed" doesn't even arrive on the big screen until March 26, but the film's forces are moving right along in lining up "Scooby-Doo 3." That's the word from "ER" actress Linda Cardellini - aka "Scooby's" Velma - who reports she's already signed for a third installment of the doggy detective tale. Sarah Michelle Gellar, Freddie Prinze Jr., Alicia Silverstone, Matthew Lillard and the rest of the cast of the first big-screen "Scooby-Doo" all returned for "2."
"The first movie, I was a stranger to everyone. The second time it was like old home week. It allowed for a lot more freedom," Linda notes. In "Scooby 2," "My character has a love interest played by Seth Green. He's a museum curator, and she is just so in love and scared. She has to deal with her fear of intimacy along with solving the crime, and, of course, he becomes a suspect." [...]


[22.12.2003] Bei Latino Review gibt es neue Bilder aus SD2...

[12.11.2003] Der "Scooby Doo 2" Teaser-Trailer ist online...

[09.08.2003] Bei ExtraTV gibt es einen Video-Bericht vom Set (Benötigt Real Player)...

[27.07.2003] Die Offizielle Website zum Sequel ist gestartet und bietet das Teaser-Poster, sowie einige Szenenbilder...

[20.07.2003] Bei CHUD gibt es Teil 3 & 4 des Set-Berichts...

[15.07.2003] Bei CHUD gibt es Teil 2 des Set-Berichts...

[14.07.2003] Bei CHUD gibt es einen Set-Bericht...

[13.07.2003] Bei Fangoria gibt es einen Set-Bericht mit Infos zu den Monstern, die in Teil 2 zu sehen sein werden...

[05.06.2003] Moviehole meldet...
The "Scooby Doo 2 : Monsters Unleashed" cast is getting fatter than an overcooked spongecake, with news just in here at moviehole that Actor/Director Tim Blake Nelson ("Oh Brother, Where Art Thou") has joined the cast. According to our sources, Nelson will be playing Jacobo -- he was once the Pterodactyl Ghost, another old foe of Mystery Ink. He used the Pterodactyl Ghost costume to steal money so that he could finance his insane scheme of creating life.

[28.05.2003] Bei HNR gibt es weitere Bilder vom Set...

[21.05.2003] CS! meldet...
Variety says Everybody Loves Raymond star Peter Boyle is set to play the role of villain Old Man Wickles in Warner Bros.' tentatively titled Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed. Filming has begun on the sequel in Vancouver, with Raja Gosnell helming. The Wickles character is one of the better-known villains of the "Scooby" TV franchise, having appeared in the first episode of the show. Wickles was a museum curator who posed as the mysterious Black Knight in order to avoid being revealed as an art thief. [...]

[08.05.2003] Bei Access Hollywood gibt es einen "Hinter den Kulissen"-Videobericht...

[02.05.2003] Bei HNR gibt es weitere Bilder vom Set...

[01.05.2003] Bei HNR gibt es Bilder vom Set...

[24.04.2003] Moviehole meldet...
One of the most memorable villains from the classic "Scooby Doo" cartoons is making a return. According to Moviehole sources, Old Man Wickles - once mystery inc's first ever foe, the black knight ghost - will play a pivotal role in "Scooby Doo 2", now filming in Vancouver. And who's playing him? None other than legendary Peter Boyle [Young Frankenstein, TV's Everybody Loves Raymond]. Boyle is said to be "totally awesome" in the part, knocking everyone's socks off in the table read throughs. [...]

[22.04.2003] Bei HollywoodNorthReport.com gibt es einen bebilderten Set-Bericht...

[13.04.2003] JAM! Movies zitiert den Produzenten...
[...] Roven says there's no mystery why he commissioned a sequel. The first movie made almost $300 million worldwide in its theatrical release plus video and DVD sales and rentals.
The new Scooby-Doo movie will begin where the last one left off.
"The gang visits the Coolsville Criminology Museum only to discover the monster costumes are inhabited and attack them, so the gang's immediately off on a new case." [...]


[08.04.2003] Hollywood Reporter meldet...
Seth Green has joined the cast of Warner Bros. Pictures' "Scooby-Doo 2" for director Raja Gosnell. Original cast members Freddie Prinze Jr., Sarah Michelle Gellar, Matthew Lillard and Linda Cardellini are back on board in the mystery adventure, which begins shooting April 14. Written by James Gunn, the sequel sees Scooby and the gang confront a masked villain plotting to take over the city of Coolsville by wreaking mayhem with a monster machine that creates Mystery Inc.'s classic foes like the Creeper, Captain Cutler and the 10,000-Volt Ghost. Green plays Patrick, the curator of the Coolsonian Museum. [...]

[30.03.2003] CS! meldet...
Freddie Prinze Jr., Sarah Michelle Gellar, Matthew Lillard and Linda Cardellini, stars of last summer's live action Scooby-Doo, will rejoin their canine co-star in a new mystery adventure set for release on March 26, 2004, it was announced today by Dan Fellman, President of Domestic Distribution, Warner Bros. Pictures.
Production begins April 14th on the sequel, which also reunites the original cast with Scooby-Doo director Raja Gosnell, screenwriter James Gunn and producers Charles Roven and Richard Suckle of Mosaic Media Group.
[...]
The first film opened to $54.2 million nationwide in June of 2002. The film has grossed more than $153 million domestically and over $275 million worldwide to date.


[18.01.2003] Coming Attractions meldet...
[...] This time we can share with you the actual shooting dates of Scooby Too, which is the present title of the movie. Filming begins in Vancouver, Canada on April 7 and is scheduled to go on until July 25, which is approximately 80 days of principal photography. [...]

[11.01.2003] Coming Attractions meldet...
While it may not be officially announced, a deal has been struck to film the sequel to Scooby- Doo in Vancouver, Canada this year. However, due to the sudden influx of feature productions shooting in Hollywood North (such as The Chronicles of Riddick, I, Robot and Paycheck), finding sufficient studido space for Doo 2 is proving to be a lot harder -- especially when our source tells us that this film needs 4 months of pre-production work before the first day of filming can take place.

[16.10.2002] Hollywood Reporter meldet...
With a sequel to Warner Bros. Pictures' "Scooby-Doo" on the fast track, the studio is already moving forward on a third installment, hiring scribes Dan Forman and Paul Foley to write a script, tentatively titled "Scooby-Doo 3." The duo recently turned in a rewrite on Warners' "The Jetsons," another animated television property being conceived for the big screen. Sources say the studio was happy with the "Jetsons" draft and was therefore prompted to hire Forman and Foley to pen "Scooby 3." The first "Scooby-Doo" film, directed by Raja Gosnell and released June 16 in the United States, was expected to launch a franchise if it performed at the boxoffice, which it did, opening at $54.1 million and going on to gross more than $153 million domestically.

[12.08.2002] Bei Spiegel Online gibt es eine gnadenlose Kritik...
[...] Kulissen aus Pappmaché und mechanische Gruselkabinette wechseln sich turbulent mit digitalen Effekten und animierten Gespenstern ab. Die Charaktere der vier Hauptfiguren werden immer wieder mal zum Katalysator für Image- und Insider-Gags, etwa wenn Gellar mit Kung-Fu-Einlagen ihre TV-Rolle als "Buffy" zitiert. Und lang ist die Liste mit Referenzen an das Horror-Kino: Es tauchen zwei Meter große Ungeheuer zwischen "Gremlins" und dem "Alien" auf, es wird auf "MIB", "Die Mumie", "Scream" und "Das Geisterschloss" verwiesen.
Der Plot selbst aber stammt aus dem mehrmals verfilmten Science-Fiction-Schocker "Body Snatchers". Seelenlos und mit debil-smartem Gesichtausdruck feiern die verhexten Teenager ihre Partys, auf einer Bühne tanzt, singt und rockt eine Boy Group. Diesen Punkt kann man durchaus als Seitenhieb auf die weltumspannenden Mechanismen einer gleichgeschalteten Geschmacks- und Spaßkultur lesen, die von den individualistischen Egos der Mystery AG mit der Lösung des Falles gebrochen wird. Letztlich aber verpufft dieser Subtext, den die Kids ohnehin nicht erkennen und der für Erwachsene zu harmlos ist, zwischen Slapstick, Fürzen und Rülpsen, Gaga-Dialogen und einer offensichtlichen Lust der Darsteller, sich wie Comic-Figuren auszutoben. So bleibt der eskapistisch-pubertäre Kreislauf ungebrochen.


[01.08.2002] Heute startet "Scooby Doo" in den deutschen Kinos... Bei ciao.com gibt es jede Menge Kritiken... Die NZ meldet...
[...] der bonbonbunte Film ist eine mit technischen Tricks vollgepackte rasant-atemberaubende Abfolge spannender, komischer und manchmal gruseliger Momente. Gelungen ist auch die visuelle Umsetzung der Zeichentrickserie, die den gewöhnungsbedürftigen Geschmack der frühen Siebziger in den originalgetreuen Kostümen der Hauptdarsteller und den knallig-poppigen Kulissen einfängt. [...]

[20.07.2002] Bei CINEMA Online gibt es eine eher mässige Kritik... WebWombat meldet...
Scribe James Gunn has decided on the title for the next "Scooby Doo" movie, Scooby Too.
Originally favouring Scooby Deux, Gunn said: "That (Deux) is actually the title Lorenzo DiBonaventura likes too, but I prefer Too.
"I knew I'd probably take on the sequel but I didn't know I'd have as much enthusiasm for it as what I have," says Gunn.
"I'm extremely excited about it. We get a chance to correct all my mistakes we made on the first one.
"And I can put my sea monsters back in - they got cut from the first one due to the budget."
Scooby Too, re-uniting the original cast (and possibly "Dynomutt" as a new addition) - starts shooting in QLD in due course.


[22.06.2002] E! Online meldet...
While promoting his live-action version of Scooby-Doo, screenwriter James Gunn revealed he planned to end the film the way every cartoon episode did--after the mask was tugged off, the bad guy would say: "And I would have gotten away with it, too, if it weren't for you meddling kids..." Gunn's original choice of villain was not the er, thing, that gets fingered in the final reel of the $56 million-opening-weekend hit. Nope, Gunn wanted Don Knotts, but the studio kiboshed that idea early in the process. Perhaps in the inevitable, unnecessary sequel, Don will get the call.

[21.06.2002] Blickpunkt:Film meldet...
Nach dem beeindruckenden Startwochenendeinspiel von 54,2 Mio. Dollar für "Scooby-Doo" an den US-Kinokassen kündigte Warner-Präsident Lorenzo di Bonaventura die Produktion eines Sequels zur Live Action-Verfilmung der Cartoon-Abenteuer an. Die Besetzung des Originals, angeführt von Freddie Prinze, Sarah Michelle Gellar und Matthew Lillard, soll für das Sequel zurückkehren, ebenso wie Regisseur Raja Gosnell, Drehbuchautor James Gunn und die Produzenten von Mosaic, Charles Roven und Richard Suckle. [...]

[19.06.2002] Bei Rotten Tomatoes gibt es jede Menge Kritiken zum Film...


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