This is so cute, and also kinda sad: Gellar talks about Scooby Doo like it’s a real movie.
A choice quote:
“I think the first story sort of revolved around Daphne finding her place…”
Yeah, the movie’s plot revolved around Daphne. This statement is amusing both for the obvious reason (Gellar’s overwhelming ego) and for the assumption that there was a plot.
The sequel (god yes, there’s a sequel) “takes on a mystery in their hometown of Coolsville, which will feature the return of several well-known monsters from the classic Scooby-Doo animated TV series. Mystery, Inc.’s adversaries this time around will include the Black Knight Ghost, the Pterodactyl Ghost, the Tar Monster, the 10,000-Volt Ghost”.
I’m all ready to be snide and dismissive, because I hated the show when I was a kid — hated, the only good thing about the first movie was that it didn’t follow the standard storyline — but then some bastard had to go and cast Seth Green in the damn thing, and now I’ll want to see it :( I can’t have any fun.
Oh, by the way, Pirates of the Carribean rocks. Raaawwwwwks. Go see it. Go see it twice.