Ryan Reynolds is sticking with Fox Studios and vice versa as it's learned the Deadpool actor has signed a three-year first-look deal, with the first project being a live-action adaptation of the Clue board game.
The new Clue movie is being written by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, the writing team behind¬†Deadpool.
Ryan Reynolds will also service as producer on the Clue movie¬†as will¬†Hasbro's All Spark Pictures.
It's noted the three-year deal keeps Ryan Reynolds in the Fox fold well into the merger with Disney that is expected to take 12 to 18 months.
Reynolds also has Deadpool 2 coming out this May, and there are plans for more Deadpool and X-Force films, though those might depend on what happens with the Disney merger.
A Clue movie was made back in 1985 starring¬†Tim Curry, Madeline Kahn and Christopher Lloyd, and an attempt at a remake back in 2008 didn't get off the ground.
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.¬†¬†