It looks like we will be getting an origin story we never expected. Warner Bros. has announced that Scooby-Doo's Velma and Daphne will be getting their very own live-action, feature-length movie in 2018 titled Daphne and Velma. The movie will reimagine the origin of Mystery Inc.'s female sleuths before they teamed up with Shaggy, Fred and the talking dog himself, Scooby-Doo.
Donning Daphne Blake's trademark scarf will be Sarah Jeffrey, who audiences may know from television's Shades of Blue or Wayward Pines. Taking on the role of Velma Dinkley and her ill-fitting glasses (Seriously, wear a strap or get LASIK, you're letting down the team!) is Sarah Gilman from Last Man Standing. The two will play Daphne and Velma in their teen years as friends who have only met online before Daphne winds up at Velma's high school. There, at the prestigious technical institute, Ridge Valley High, the two will work to uncover what is causing the disappearance and subsequent zombification of the school's star pupils.
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