American comedian, Kevin Hart in “Jumanji”-Premiere in London on July 7. December 2017.
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American actor and comedian Kevin Hart (39, “Ride Along”) will apparently play a major role in the film adaptation of the classic Board game “Monopoly”. How the American press reported, Hart and his “Ride Along”Director Tim Story (48, “fantastic Four”) in negotiations with the Lionsgate Studio, and the US toy-giant Hasbro.
Thus, the “Monopoly”movie is to be implemented as a Live-Action movie, and not as an animated Film. The Director of the Board-game adaptation takes according to the trade magazine “Deadline”, Tim Story, Hard to be involved as a producer on the film adaptation. Who writes the script, and when the stripes in the cinemas, is not yet known.
What’s the Story?
it is Also not clear how the plot of the film might look like – the Board game is indeed extremely popular, but not just for its wealth of variety known.
the Duo Hart and Story of the film adaptation of perhaps the most famous Board game in the Western world, at least financially, is in good hands. Their Film “Ride Along” played in the world, nearly 154 million US dollars (about 135 million euros) – with a Budget of $ 25 million (almost 22 million euros).