I'm so happy that the new animated film, "Scoob!" revived the Scooby Doo craze! Remember back in the early 2000s, when the live-action films came out, and everyone was obsessed with Scooby Doo and the gang again? I felt that this was another moment just like that. At least, to me, it was!
Just like those live-action movies, this new Scooby Doo film had a stellar cast of amazing stars! Zac Efron, Amanda Seyried, Gina Rodriguez, Will Forte, and even Ken Jeond and Frank Welker too! I couldn't have imagined that these incredible actors would one day voice my favorite fab five ever! And I'm glad they're all celebs I like too! It only goes to show that my beloved Scooby Doo franchise is still as revered as ever. To have this caliber of stars as its cast? I wouldn't have expected anything less!
Unfortunately, since the movie premiered back in 2020, during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic, it didn't have a red carpet premiere like usual. This broke my autograph-hounding heart as I wanted to get this amazing cast to sign my copies of the movie poster. It really bummed me out! It wasn't until I got to watch the movie online did I finally cheer up again.
However, as fate would have it, little did I know that there was already someone who got the cast's autographs for me! It blew my mind when I saw it in person. All their glorious autographs on the multiple copies of the movie poster. And most of them signed on the same spot throughout all the posters that it almost looked like they were photocopies. But nope! Upon further inspection, certain curves, scribbles, and other details showed that they were, in fact, all written one by one. And upon further research of mine, they were also, in fact, legit autographs from the stars themselves.
You're probably at the edge of your seat wondering how I acquired such excellent autographs, aren't you? Well, it was all thanks to my sister! A few years back, she told me she will be working as an assistant for a certain movie studio and she just got her first movie assignment. Little did I know that the movie she was talking about would be "Scoob!" All throughout their recording sessions, my sister was there, bringing coffee, going through lines, and basically acting as the cast's aid while they were in the booths. The more she shared stories, the more I felt that I was actually there myself.
She then told me that it was only during the last day of recording that she asked the cast to sign the posters. They apparently did so as a form of gratitude for all her hard work. When I heard that, I couldn't help but say "aww!" and couldn't have felt prouder for my sister! She also told me that she kept everything a secret just for this surprise and that the pandemic only made it better!
Man, I couldn't have asked for a better sister! And also, I couldn't have asked for a better cast to keep my favorite Scooby Doo legacy alive! All is right with my world yet again!
Please note: Our inventory is limited as we may have only received a few posters in total. Most of our items are obtained from film premieres, studios, and from autographed hounds such as the one in the story above.