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According to author Tony Cervone, the soundtrack for the canceled film Holiday Haunt is still being recorded

Holiday Haunt

It’s been pretty devastating for Snoop Dogg fans to read last week that Scoob! – a new animated series based on the rapper’s memorable character, had been canceled before even making it to air.

But if you were still holding out hope that there might be more of this music-loving, jaded canine to enjoy – there is some good news coming from series writer Tony Cervone. Cervone has revealed via Twitter that he is still planning to release the soundtrack for the show and vowed “#Scoob4ever!” in response to the question as to why he canceled his plans for an album with Snoop.

Introduction to The Scoob!: Holiday Haunt

The Scoob! was an American horror anthology series created by Frank Chanclet and produced by the ad agency William Morris, which aired on NBC. Each episode was a “whodunit” murder mystery featuring a normal person suddenly entering into the world of horror, often with little regard for his or her safety.

For kids, the holidays can be a real challenge. On top of all the usual stresses like family, school, and friends, you now have to spend time with a new set of relatives that are unfamiliar with your likes and dislikes. That’s where The Scoob! comes in handy!


The Scoob! is an actual character in a fictional movie who helps kids with their hard times by telling them all about themselves. What am I passionate about? Where would I work best? Why don’t people like me? These are just some of the questions answered on The Scoob!’s website. To make it extra fun for children this holiday season, there are also games and movies to watch on their website and mobile app.

Character names in The Scoob!: Holiday Haunt

Frank Welker
Iain Armitage
Ariana Greenblatt
Pierce Gagnon
Mckenna Grace
Michael McKean
Mark Hamill
Ming-Na Wen
Andre Braugher
Cristo Fernández
Jim Meskimen
Tony Cervone

Story of The Scoob!:

The Scoob! is an animated TV show that aired in the 1990s. The show was about a group of kids who had adventures while on the lookout for monsters. One of their most memorable Halloween episodes had them exploring what it would be like to make a movie. There are plenty of lessons we can take away from this episode, even if you don’t have access to all the fancy tools they used back then!

Halloween was the time of year when the Scoob! would have its biggest monster hunts. A ghost named Boris Berenbaum was rumored to have been sighted at a hotel that was closed for some major repairs.


After getting lost and exploring all sorts of spooky, haunted house-esque areas, they found the hotel…but not Boris. They decided that maybe he was in an old theater across the street from where they were. So, they snuck in and spent hours watching shows, but still no Boris!

They got in serious trouble for staying after hours, but it wasn’t enough to keep them from coming back the next night.

Despite Warner Bros. canceling the film, the Holiday Haunt composer is still recording music for it

The Scooby-Doo Movie 2, the sequel to the 2002 film based on Cartoon Network’s Scooby-Doo animated series, has been canceled by Warner Bros.

Horner’s agent released the following statement: “It is with a heavy heart that I must report that Warner Bros. Records has decided not to release The Scooby-Doo Movie 2 soundtrack of which James was contracted to provide original songs. For reasons unknown, and sadly unprecedented in our experience as filmmakers and music supervisors who have been working in this business for many years, they also refused to pay James what he is owed under the contract.


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