Scoob! Leads Top 10 Movies Streaming on FandangoNOW

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Scoob! Leads Top 10 Movies Streaming on FandangoNOW

Scoob! Leads Top 10 Movies Streaming on FandangoNOW

After its digital debut last Friday, Scoob! ranks as the week’s number one film on FandangoNOW, Fandango’s on-demand streaming service. You can check out the top ten titles for the past week below!

1. Scoob!
2. Trolls World Tour
3. The Invisible Man
4. Capone
5. Sonic the Hedgehog
6. Fantasy Island
7. Bad Boys for Life
8. Bloodshot
9. Birds of Prey
10. Jumanji: The Next Level

RELATED: Warner Bros. Debuts Opening Five Minutes of Scoob!

New Films Coming to FandangoNOW:

Available tomorrow, May 19

Body Cam (Mary J. Blige)

Available Friday, May 22:

Military Wives (Kristin Scott Thomas)

The Painter and the Thief (Documentary)

Survive the Night (Bruce Willis)

Available Friday, May 29:

The High Note (Tracee Ellis Ross)

Available Friday, June 12:

The King of Staten Island (Pete Davidson) *available for rental only

Available Tuesday, June 23:

The Ghost of Peter Sellers (Documentary)

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Scoob! is written by Matt Lieberman (The Addams Family) and directed by Tony Cervone (Space Jam). The film follows the mystery-solving group as they must team up with other characters from the Hanna-Barbera universe to save the world from supervillain Dick Dastardly.

The cast includes a new generation of  “meddling kids” with Zac Efron as Fred Jones, Amanda Seyfried as Daphne Blake, Will Forte as Norville “Shaggy” Rogers, Gina Rodriguez as Velma Dinkley, Tracy Morgan as Dick Dastardly, and Frank Welker as Scooby-Doo. Mark Wahlberg (The FighterThe Departed) and Jason Isaacs (The State Within, The OA) star in the roles of superhero Blue Falcon and villain Dick Dastardly, along with Ken Jeong as Dynomutt and Kiersey Clemons as Dee Dee Sykes.

The project, produced by Chris Columbus, Charles Roven, Richard Suckle, and Allison Abbate, brings back those pesky kids and their pal Scooby, all of whom were last seen on the big screen in 2004’s live-action misfire Scooby-Doo 2: Monster’s Unleashed.