It’s been seven years since I had the pleasure of talking to Amanda Seyfried for her very first feature voice acting role in Epic, but she’s finally back in the animation game for Warner Bros. Animation’s new Scooby-Doo movie, Scoob. Seyfried voices Daphne in the film, which not only reveals how the Mystery Inc. team first came together, but also pits them against Hanna-Barbera villain Dick Dastardly. In order to save the world from a potential “dogpocalypse,” they’ve got to figure out a way to stop Dastardly from releasing the infamous ghost dog, Cerberus.
With Scoob! now available to watch on Premium Video on Demand and to own on premium digital, I got the chance to hop on a Zoom call with Seyfried to talk about her journey from Epic to Scoob. Check out the video at the topic of this article to hear about the things Seyfried found most challenging while making Epic and the very helpful skills she picked up between that film and making Scoob. On top of that, Seyfried also weighs in on whether or not Karen actually wrote anything in the Mean Girls Burn Book and offers up a high cholesterol recipe that sounds downright delicious!
If you’re looking for even more Scoob! content, we’ve got you covered! Click here for my chat with Jason Isaacs who voices Dick Dastardly, right here for my chat with Will Forte who plays Shaggy, and here for my interview with Ken Jeong and Kiersey Clemons who play Dynomutt and Dee Dee Skyes, respectively.
- Why the long wait to sign on for another animated feature? Was it an itch to get back to the format or was it more about Scoob! in particular?
- What was it about her experience making Epic that she found so challenging?
- What’s the biggest difference between her experience making Epic and Scoob?
- Does Seyfried think Karen ever wrote a single entry in the Burn Book in Mean Girls?
- In honor of Shaggy and Scooby’s unique food choices, what is the most outrageous, ridiculous meal Seyfried likes to make?