In an exciting twist straight from the magical halls of Disneyland, the legendary and ultra-exclusive Club 33 is set to dazzle audiences on the silver screen! According to an exclusive from The Hollywood Reporter, Darren Lemke, well-known for his work on family favorites like “Goosebumps” and “Shazam!”, is penning the script for this much-anticipated fantasy-adventure film.

Directed by none other than Shawn Levy, the visionary behind the “Night at the Museum” trilogy and “Free Guy,” the film promises a blend of whimsical humor and exhilarating adventure reminiscent of the beloved 1985 classic “Clue.” Produced by Levy alongside Dan Levine and Dan Cohen through 21 Laps Entertainment (the powerhouse behind Netflix’s “Stranger Things” and “All The Light We Cannot See”), this cinematic venture is bound to be a delightful romp for fans of all ages.

The storyline introduces a young, aspiring detective who receives a mysterious invitation to Club 33—a mythical and exclusive dining club populated by the most famous icons from history. When a murder occurs within the club’s opulent walls, it sets the stage for a thrilling whodunnit where our amateur sleuth must solve the case amid a cadre of illustrious figures.

This film continues Disney’s tradition of transforming their beloved theme park attractions into cinematic experiences. From the billion-dollar “Pirates of the Caribbean” franchise to the enchanting “Jungle Cruise” and spine-tingling “Haunted Mansion,” Disney has continually captured the magic of their parks for the big screen. Not to be left out, non-marquee attractions are also receiving Hollywood treatment, with Ron Moore and Ryan Reynolds developing projects based on the Society of Explorers and Adventurers.

Since its inception at Disneyland in 1967, Club 33 has expanded globally, opening at Tokyo Disneyland in 1983, Shanghai Disney Resort in 2016, and within Walt Disney World and Hollywood Studios. Renowned for its exclusivity, club membership costs have escalated over the decades, with current initiation fees rumored to be around $60,000-$70,000 and annual dues up to $20,000.

Despite its secrecy, Disneyland asserts that the club’s name simply reflects its address. However, various conspiracy theories persist, often adding to the club’s mystique and allure. Originally intended to host corporate sponsors, Club 33 has evolved to serve as a sanctuary for the elite, with long waitlists and stringent membership criteria.

We’d love to hear what you think about this captivating project! Could it become the next big Disney classic? Share your thoughts and excitement with us in the comments below, and don’t forget to share this story with fellow Disney enthusiasts. Stay tuned for more updates as this magical mystery develops!