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Daphne & Velma (2018)

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The female future members of Mystery Inc. investigate strange goings-on in their school.


Suzi Yoonessi





Credited cast:
Sarah Jeffery ... Daphne Blake
Sarah Gilman ... Velma Dinkley
Vanessa Marano ... Carol
Courtney Dietz ... Mikayla Martin
Stephen Ruffin ... Nathan
Fray Forde ... Ryder
Evan Castelloe ... Griffin Griffiths
Daniel Salyers ... Mike
Brian Stepanek ... Nedley Blake
Adam Faison ... Spencer
Arden Myrin ... Piper
Lucius Baston ... Mr. Nussbaum
Nadine Ellis ... Elizabeth Blake
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jennifer 'Ms Fer' Russell ... Student (as Jennifer Ms. Fer Russell)
James Burns ... Teacher


Before their eventual team-up with Scooby and the gang, bright and optimistic Daphne and whip-smart and analytical Velma are both mystery-solving teens who are best friends but have only met online - until now. Daphne has just transferred to Velma's school, Ridge Valley High, an incredible tech-savvy institute with all the latest gadgets provided by the school's benefactor, tech billionaire Tobias Bloom. And while competition is fierce among the students for a coveted internship at Bloom Innovative, Daphne and Velma dig beyond all the gadgets and tech to investigate what is causing some of the brightest students in school to disappear - only to emerge again in a zombie-fied state.

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Action | Comedy | Crime | Horror


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Release Date:

22 May 2018 (USA) See more »

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Did You Know?


Emily DeForest and Alita LaShae auditioned for Daphne and Velma. See more »


Spun-off from Scooby Doo, Where Are You! (1969) See more »

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Great, Refreshing, Funny for Intended Audiences
27 May 2018 | by ewaldfamilyofSee all my reviews

When my husband picked this movie up for our daughters who are 9 and 10, I hadn't even heard of it. I thought it would be something that they would probably watch, mildly enjoy and forget about. We put it on while we were all working on legos and before I knew it, they had stopped building completely and were watching it without distraction. I laughed so hard at so many parts of this film and so did my girls. It touches on numerous feminist ideas in very subtle ways like the mother being the girl boss and the dad being a stay at home dad, how one of their biggest fears was that there would never be a female president and that there is NO love interest what so ever for either of the girls. It was refreshing, and unexpectedly really funny. The music and wardrobe was great as well. By the end we were hoping that there would be a follow up in the form of a sequel, tv show or web series. We have owned it for 3 days and its been watched 3 times. This isn't meant for teenagers though- so I'm not sure how old the other reviewers were or what they expected but I and my girls were pleasantly surprised.

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