According to Variety, Warner Bros. is currently developing a new Scooby Doo feature film, but instead of a live-action/CG animated hybrid, the studio is going for a fully animated film.
The project was set up with Atlas Entertainment, with Charles Roven and Richard Suckle attached as producers. Both Suckle and Roven were also producers for the 2002 live action/cg animation hybrid Scooby doo film, as well as Scooby Doo: Monsters Unleashed, which was released two years later. The first film generated $275 million worldwide, and the second followed with $180 million.
Roven’s recent works include Man of Steel and The Dark Knight Rises. He will also be one of the producers for Sony’s upcoming American Hustle. As for scripting duties, Warner has tapped Matt Lieberman, whose past credits include Disney’s Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride.