August 17, 2016


'Clue' Movie Remake is Back On, and This Time, Things Might Be Different

Paramount Pictures
Paramount Pictures

Whodunnit? 20th Century Fox, apparently.

A Clue remake by Hasbro Studios is in the works, and although it was originally eyed by Universal, 20th Century Fox is now taking the reins on the murder mystery story, Tracking Board reports.

Clue premiered in theaters in 1985, putting a comedic, live-action take on the board game, created in 1948. The film was shot with three possible endings, which were presented in succession on the home video release. In 2011, Gore Verbinksi was down to produce, but now that Fox is in charge, it's unsure if the Pirates of the Caribbean director is still in.

Burk Sharpless and Matt Sazama were tapped to write the reboot five years ago, and there's no news about whether they'll be the scribes for Fox's version.

The original movie starred Tim Curry, Madeline Kahn, Christopher Lloyd, Michael McKean, Martin Mull, Lesley Ann Warren and Eileen Brennan. Which kooky actors should take the roles time?