The game is afoot at 20th Century Fox. The studio is partnering with Hasbro to bring the toy company’s long-gestating remake of the murder mystery Clue to the big screen, EW has confirmed.
Originally set up at Universal, the project is to put a new spin on the classic whodunit board game, which was previously adapted as a 1985 comedy starring Tim Curry, Eileen Brennan, Madeline Kahn, and Christopher Lloyd. (That film, released by Paramount, received mixed reviews and flopped at the box office but has become something of a cult favorite.)
Josh Feldman is producing the re-imagined Clue, with Daria Cercek overseeing for Fox.
The Tracking Board first reported the news.