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Velma Dinkley is confirmed to be a lesbian in the new Scooby-Doo movie after years of sexual ambiguity

Velma Dinkley is confirmed to be a lesbian in the new Scooby-Doo movie after years of sexual ambiguity

Velma is officially a lesbian in the new animated movie trick or treat Scooby Doo!finally confirming a well-known fact among fans and creators of Scooby-Doo.

After Amazon Prime released a video of the latest iteration of the popular childhood series on Tuesday (October 4), a clip of Velma’s first meeting with her evil lover Coco Diablo went viral.

“WOOO! Here’s a movie! One fan tweeted, and another added: “AHHHHHH! About time they got it right! “

The recent verification of Velma’s sexuality came as no surprise to many such as James John, writer of early live-action films, and Tony Cervon, former supervising producer on Scooby Doo! Mystery Incorporated Serial, he previously confirmed Velma’s sexual identity, but said they were never able to officially show her on screen.

Gunn shared a tweet in 2020 saying that he “tried to “make Velma a lesbian visible in live-action movies,” but the studio kept toning it down and toning it down, getting vague (the version was shot), then nothing (the released version) and finally getting a boyfriend (the version that was released) supplement).

“In 2001, it was a clearly gay movie in my initial script,” he added.

In an Instagram post during Pride Month 2020, Cervon wrote: “I’ve said this before, but Velma in Mystery Incorporated Not binary. She is atypical. We always planned on Velma acting out of character when she was dating Shaggy because this relationship was wrong for her and she was having an undisclosed difficulty as to why.

“There are hints of why in that episode with the Mermaid, and if you follow Marcy’s entire path, it’s as obvious as we could have made 10 years ago. I don’t think Marcy and Velma had time to act on their feelings during the main timeline, but after Reset, they are a couple. You can’t like it, but that was our intention.”

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Scooby Doo! Now showing on Prime Video.