Imagine stepping into the legendary Club 33, the exclusive Disneyland membership club steeped in history and allure. In a move sure to capture the imagination of Disney fans and mystery aficionados alike, Disney is set to bring this iconic locale to life in a murder mystery movie! That’s right, the secluded enclave that Walt Disney dreamed up to host VIPs and corporate sponsors is now the backdrop for what promises to be a thrilling cinematic experience.

As reported by The Hollywood Reporter, the script is currently in the hands of Darren Lemke, the writer known for family-friendly hits like “Goosebumps” and “Shazam!” Directed by Shawn Levy and produced by 21 Laps Entertainment—the powerhouse team behind “Stranger Things” and the Holocaust drama “All the Light We Cannot See”—this project is shaping up to be a standout. Levy, known for his work on “Night at the Museum,” brings a flair for mixing whimsical settings with engaging narratives, which could make Club 33 the next great adventure.

The film follows Kim, a young detective from modern-day New York, who gets whisked away to the enigmatic Club 33—a magical, out-of-time dining club packed with historical legends and icons. When a murder shakes the foundations of this illustrious gathering, all eyes turn to Kim to crack the case. It’s a plot that mingles the intrigue of “Clue” with the wonder of “Night at the Museum,” and promises to keep audiences on the edge of their seats.

Given the rich history and air of mystery that already surrounds Club 33, it’s no surprise that Disney has chosen this storied venue for its latest film venture. The club has long sparked the imaginations of Disney enthusiasts, spawning its share of conspiracy theories and legends. This adaptation is poised to turn those whispers into a thrilling story that combines historical intrigue with Disney’s signature charm.

While there’s a note of caution, given that many theme park adaptations have stalled or fizzled out in the past, this project seems to have made it through the rigorous selection process post-Bob Iger’s content quality cuts. This should boost fans’ confidence that this film has a solid chance of making it to the big screen and delivering something special.

Let’s hear from you! What do you think about Disney transforming Club 33 into a murder mystery setting? Are you excited about the potential of this film? Do you think it will match the success of other theme park adaptations? Share your thoughts in the comments below and let’s get this conversation rolling. Who knows, maybe your insights will shape the next great Disney cinematic adventure!

For more details and updates, check out [The Hollywood Reporter](