Exciting news has emerged from the magical world of Disney! Club 33, Disneyland’s elite members-only restaurant, is slated for a cinematic adaptation. This project will see the creative collaboration of Goosebumps writer Darren Lemke and the talented team at Shawn Levy’s 21 Laps Entertainment, the brains behind hits like Deadpool and Wolverine.

According to a report by The Hollywood Reporter, Shawn Levy, Dan Levine, and Dan Cohen will produce a film that promises to evoke the charm and mystery of classics like Clue and Night at the Museum. This report was confirmed by reputable sources at IGN, ensuring Disney enthusiasts can look forward to an enthralling filmic journey.

In this much-anticipated film, the plot will follow a young detective, Kim, residing in present-day New York. Kim receives a mysterious invitation to Club 33, a place that, within the film’s imaginative universe, defies the boundaries of time and space. Club 33 is populated by the world’s most extraordinary individuals—including geniuses, royalty, and history-makers. However, the mystery deepens when a murder occurs upon Kim’s arrival, and she is tasked with uncovering the culprit.

This new Club 33 movie isn’t the only Disney Parks-based project in development. It joins other fascinating adaptations, such as Ron Moore’s Disney+ series based on the Society of Explorers and Adventures and a feature film involving Ryan Reynolds, centered around a fictional organization from Tokyo DisneySea.

For those unfamiliar, Club 33 has been an iconic part of Disneyland since its inception in 1967. Conceived partly by Walt Disney himself, the club was modeled after exclusive VIP lounges he observed at the 1964-1965 New York World’s Fair. Unfortunately, Walt passed away before the club’s official opening in June of that year. Club 33 was unique at Disneyland, notably being the only venue to serve alcohol at the time.

Today, Club 33 is renowned as one of Disney’s most luxurious experiences, albeit with a hefty price tag. New members may find themselves on a long waitlist and face initiation fees estimated between $25,000 and $70,000, plus annual dues ranging from $15,000 to $20,000.

Club 33’s exclusivity isn’t limited to Disneyland. Similar locations can now be found in Tokyo Disneyland, Shanghai Disney Resort, and across Disney World’s Hollywood Studios, EPCOT, and the Magic Kingdom.

What are your thoughts on this intriguing Club 33 adaptation? Will you be reserving a seat for this cinematic adventure? Share your excitement and theories in the comments below!

For further reading, feel free to check out The Hollywood Reporter’s initial coverage and IGN’s confirmation of this thrilling development.