An animated Scooby-Doo is coming via producers Charles Roven and Richard Suckle of Atlas Entertainment, reports Variety. Matt Lieberman is writing the screenplay for the release, which Warner Bros. is keeping under wraps at this point in time.
Hanna-Barbera created the original animated TV series which first aired back in 1969.
Scribe Lieberman's spec 12/24 sold to Chris Columbus and his 1492 Pictures, which was based on David Guggenheim's (Safe House, Stolen) idea. He's also written the Tim Hill-directed upcoming Short Circuit for Dimension Films.
Scooby Doo is nothing new for Roven who produced both of the live versions. He also recently produced Henry Cavill starrer Man of Steel, as well as preior to that, all the Christopher Nolan-directed Batman films, and Get Smart, Three Kings, The Inernational and many others. Upcoming projects including the eagerly anticipated Batman vs. Superman, starring Cavill and the recently-announced Ben Affleck as the new Batman. He's also in pre-production on David O. Russell's American Hustle and the game-to-film adaptation of Blizzard Entertainment's Warcraft.