Ryan Reynolds And The 'Deadpool' Writers Are Taking On A 'Clue' Reboot

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Ryan additionally signed a three-year first-look deal with Fox, the studio set to produce the movie. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Reynolds has signed a three-year deal with Fox, which will keep him with the studio well into its merger with Disney. It also establishes Reynolds as a blockbuster producer in addition to his acting work, as he is also listed as a producer on the "Deadpool" films in addition to playing the smart-mouthed mercenary.

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Clue is a mystery murder who-done-it game where the players play as the eccentric characters and try to figure out who committed the murder with which weapon in what room.

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Joining Reynolds in developing the new movie will be "Deadpool" screenwriters Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick. Clue was previously brought to the big screen in a 1985 film starring Tim Curry, Christopher Lloyd, Eileen Brennan, Martin Mull, and Lesley Ann Warren. The adult superhero film became the studio's highest-grossing picture since James Cameron's Avatar, making a whopping $US783 million worldwide and becoming the highest-grossing R-rated (U.S. classification) movie ever made. He's also producing and starring in "Deadpool 2", with David Leitch directing and a May 18 release date.

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