Newswire: Ruh-roh: James Gunn says his Scooby-Doo script was originally rated R

This week marks the 15th anniversary of Scooby-Doo, a landmark of modern cinema that definitely earns the title, “A film that was made in 2002.” To commemorate the moment, Scooby-Doo screenwriter (and writer-director of noted indie films Guardians Of The Galaxy Vols. 1 and 2) James Gunn has posted a lengthy remembrance on Facebook, discussing the friends he made from the experience (Linda Cardellini, Matthew Lillard), late-night games of Celebrity with actual celebrities, and the joy of having a hit film that guaranteed him work for years to come. (And bought him a house. That’s probably a nice memory, too.)

But one of the first things he cops to is the admission that the children’s movie was originally rated R. Not only that, but the women in the starring roles had their cleavage CGI-ed away, “so as not to offend.” Fans immediately responded, wanting to know both the …

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