A popular board game will get a brand new feature film. According to Variety, Gore Verbinski will direct a new film version of the board game Clue.
The film will be a live-action murder-mystery based off the Hasbro board game, like the first Clue film made in 1985, but details weren't released on this new film version. The board game has users trying to solve the murder of Mr. Boddy, which was carried out by one of the game's characters: Professor Plum, Ms. White, Col. Mustard, Miss Peacock, Mr. Green or Ms. Scarlet.
It isn't clear who is writing the adaptation as of yet and no production schedule was announced for the new film.
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