Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Scooby-Doo (2002) was supposed to be different....

Writer James Gunn says that the Scooby Doo(2002) was supposed to be much more of a dirty movie than it turned out.

From Moviefone, (("Yes, it was not exactly what we planned going out - I had written an edgier film geared toward older kids and adults, and the studio ended pushing it into an clean cut children's film. And, yes, the rumors are true - the first cut was rated R by the MPAA, and the female stars' cleavage was CGI'd away so as not to offend. But, you know, such is life. I had a lot of fun making this movie, regardless of all that. And I was also able to eat, buy a car, and a house because of it." ))
I actually heard about this change as early as the release of the movie. It was supposed to be a dirty joke against the older series. However, the studio wanted a more family friendly movie. I even heard there was pot humor in an earlier cut of the movie. In the end, we got a more dumb down product. And, don't get me started on the terrible sequel. The first movie is okay, but the second movie is watchable. (And, I love the twist at the end of the first movie.)  
From IMDB, ((This film was originally set to have a much darker tone, essentially poking fun at the original series, and was set for a PG-13 rating. Shaggy was set to be a stoner, Velma and Daphne had a side relationship, and there were many marijuana references. According to Sarah Michelle Gellar, after the cast had signed on, there was a change and the film became more family-friendly. ))
Where is this cut of the movie?

Let's be honest, the only reason to watch the movie is to see Linda Cardellini. I have a huge crush on Linda Cardellini. And you get to see her in a bikini in this movie too. Velma has never looked hotter than this official version.  There are photos of Linda in a super low cut Velma outfit on the Google searches. Were these the original outfits before they CGI-ed the boobs out?

I say that and I am certain there is a Rule 34 out there of Velma porn. Too late.
Is this wrong or is this right? 

Side Note: Linda has been working with the Scooby-Doo franchise for a while now. She's does voice work for the newer shows.  

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