According to director Tony Cervon, a town! The sequel is now in development. Animated, originally set for a proper theatrical premiere townwi-do In addition to screening in limited theaters last May, the prequel was made available to own or rent digitally. The film grossed approximately $26.3 million at the box office, but given the circumstances of its release, it is difficult to estimate how much success it had. town! Made for Warner Bros.
Clearly, the studio sees the potential for expanding the Hanna-Barbera Cinematic Universe, as a sequel is reportedly in development. Speaking with Comic Book Movie, Cervone from . asked about the future of town! And if he would have considered a prequel or sequel. In response, the director confirmed that a follow-up is already in development, and better yet, Cervone and the rest of the original creative team are back on board. From interview:
“Actually, we’re kicking the tires on the follow-up town!. It hasn’t been announced yet, but it’s something we’re all excited about. The entire creative team that made the first film is still around and working on something new. It was great to create this Hanna-Barbera Cinematic Universe, and it’s exciting to be back in it.”
has had many different incarnations townWi-Doo, and town! There was another release that served as a brand new reboot of the story. It was also designed to launch a new cinematic universe featuring many different characters from various Hanna-Barbera films and TV shows. The result was an animated film that saw towny and gang meeting characters such as the Blue Falcon and Captain Caveman with Dick Dastardly serving as the villains. town! Mystery, Inc. It also serves as an origin story of sorts by showing how this version of the story came about.
town! The voice cast includes Frank Welker as townWi-Doo, Will Forte as Shaggy, Gina Rodriguez as Velma, Amanda Seyfried as Daphne, and Zac Efron as Fred Jones. Also starring are Mark Wahlberg as the Blue Falcon, Jason Isaacs as Dick Dastardly, Ken Jeong as Dynomut the Dog Wonder, Tracy Morgan as Captain Caveman, and Keersey Clemons as Dee Dee Sykes. Tony Cervon directed using a screenplay by Adam Sztykiel, Jack Donaldson, Derek Elliott and Matt Lieberman.
Since town! 2 It hasn’t been officially announced, with little to go further than Cervone’s comments that a sequel is in the works. we can assume towny and the gang will be back, but with the Hanna-Barbera Cinematic Universe allowing several other special guest characters to appear, we’re bound to see many other fan favorites as well.
In the meantime, townwi-do Fans look forward to seeing its other iterations townY and his friends. The CW is joining the franchise, having ordered a holiday special townwi-do Intended to release for the network later this year, the special serves as a spoof of similar cast reunions, such as Friend: Reunion, Mystery, Inc. Speaking about her experiences of being a gang breaking character and filming the show.
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