Freddie Prinze Jr. reveals why he regrets working on the 2002 film Scooby-Doo
Freddie Prinze Jr. recently expressed his disappointment working on the 2002 film scooby-doo THURSDAY.
In a new interview with Too fabulousFreddie said, “There was too much bait and turn on the first one, the studio wasn’t being honest with me in any way.”
Later Freddie reunited to appear in 2004 Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed.
Freddie shared that “the professional experience was not the best, and in fact one of the worst he had ever been involved in”.
“I had two jobs where I regretted doing it and Scooby was one of them,” Freddie said.
The actor continued, “I’m a really honest guy, man… when someone lies to me, you’re dead to me, I never trust you again.”
“I tell you, never again. So some of those people would still have to be involved if it was remade…and that’s not a case I want to be involved in,” the actor explained.
Freddie mentioned, “I will only work with people I love and respect, and who love and respect me.”
“I did not fully appreciate Scooby until he was seen and some kids came up to me and said, ‘Oh my God,'” the actor commented.
Freddie noted: “And when I got to appreciate the experience through their soul, it’s true – because that’s what they do, they carry their soul, ‘When I was a kid, I watched this and made my dad watch 30 times “and they share their life, it’s your soul, right?”
“All of a sudden I was like, ‘Hey man, we did it right, we did it right.’ There are millions of legitimate people who love this movie,” he added.