Exciting news for Disney fans! The ultra-exclusive Club 33, once one of the most elusive spots within Disney parks, is being transformed into a fantastical film by Shawn Levy’s 21 Laps Entertainment. This iconic dining club, renowned for its secrecy and prestige, is set to make the leap from Disneyland’s hidden treasure to the silver screen.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the screenplay is being crafted by Darren Lemke, promising a magical twist on the club’s lore. The movie will follow a young, budding detective who receives a mysterious invitation to the enigmatic Club 33. This isn’t just any dining club – within its walls are some of the most legendary figures from history. When a murder occurs, it’s up to the young detective to crack the case.

This new film joins the ranks of other Disneyland-inspired hits like “Pirates of the Caribbean,” “Tomorrowland,” “Jungle Cruise,” and “Haunted Mansion.” Club 33, which first opened its doors in 1967 near the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction, originally provided a private sanctuary for Walt Disney to entertain celebrities and dignitaries. Over time, it evolved into a hush-hush, elite members-only club. Today, there are locations in Disney World in Florida, Tokyo Disneyland, and Shanghai Disneyland.

Producing the film are Shawn Levy, Dan Levine, and Dan Cohen from 21 Laps Entertainment, though a director and cast have yet to be announced. Eager fans should keep their eyes peeled for more updates on this intriguing new chapter in Disney’s storied adaptations!

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