Collider recently spoke with Hasbro CEO Brian Goldner at a G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra screening and Goldner talked a bit about some of their upcoming films like Ridley Scott's Monopoly.

What's your take on Monopoly?

Goldner: Monopoly has this wonderful history. If you'll remember, Monopoly was literally invented at The [Great] Depression, so that idea, this fiction that's really there, this non-fiction fiction that's really there in the game and in the fact that there's such great roots to this brand and the history of the brand, we bring this to life with a story about families.

With Monopoly, did Ridley Scott come to you with an idea or did you come to him?

Goldner: Well Ridley did have an idea. He grew up on Monopoly over in the UK and Monopoly is a brand that's all over the world. But for Ridley, he's always been a guy that's created these great big worlds and so for us, Monopoly is this great big world that will look like our world but of course there are certain things about it that make it uniquely a Monopoly kind-of-world.

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