Disney’s 20th Century Studios and Ryan Reynolds is currently developing a new film based on the classic Hasbro board game, “Clue” (also known internationally as “Cluedo”.
In the board game, players have to find out who’s responsible for murdering Mr. Boddy of Tudor Mansion in his own home. Players try to determine who did it, where they did it and how they did it.
According to Deadline, Oren Uziel has joined the project as a writer. He has previously been a co-screenwriter of Paramount’s “The Lost City”, “The Cloverfield Paradox”, “Escape Room: Tournament of Champions”, and “22 Jump Street”.
Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick wrote the first draft of the Ryan Reynolds movie. James Bobin is attached to direct “Clue”.
The game has previously been made into a movie back in 1985, which starred Tim Curry and Christopher Lloyd, and went on to become a cult classic.
With the film still in the early stages of development, it might be a while until we see this on the screen, should the project move into production.
Would you like to see a new movie based on “Clue”?