Scooby Doo franchise is in the process of expanding as Scoob 2, which is going to be a sequel to Scoob! has undergone development. Scoob! was released in 2020 amid the coronavirus pandemic. While the film has a budget of $90 million, it only managed to gross $26.3 million.
Even though the film caused the producers to lose more than $60 million, the sequel is being developed under the Hanna-Barbera franchise, and it’ll be the 4th film in the franchise, with Scooby-Doo (2002), Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed (2004) & Scoob! (2020).
According to the Comic Book Movie report, the project is well under development. While it’s not confirmed whether the director of Scoob! Tony Cervone is going to develop it, but he had some valuable input to give into it.
Actually, we are kicking the tires on a follow-up to Scoob! It hasn’t been announced yet, but it’s something we’re all excited about. The whole creative team that made the first movie is still around and back and working on something new. It was neat to create this Hanna-Barbera Cinematic Universe, and it’s exciting to return to it.
Scoob! was considered to be an ambitious project, as it abandoned the conventions of ghost mysteries to set itself apart and deal with storylines including the universe’s own superheroes and robots.
It marked the beginning and an expansion for the 3D-animated Hanna-Barbera multiverse, where many new characters were introduced and founded. It seems that the Hanna-Barbara universe is taking the MCU approach by creating a universe of its own.[Via]