Mice And Mystics Movie Announced By Dreamworks

October 25, 2018 by cassn

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Jerry Hawthorne's Mice & Mystics board game is set to be transformed into a big budget Dreamworks animated movie! Variety.com made the exclusive announcement yesterday concerning the RPG game's feature film future.

So far Alexandre Aja (The Hills Have Eyes, 2006) and David Leslie Johnson (The Conjuring 2, 2016) have been announced as director and co-writers, with Roy Lee (IT, 2017) and John Berg producing.

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Mice and Mystics is a co-operative roleplaying story about a group of loyal royalists who aim to stop the evil Vanestra from destroying the monarchy. In order to escape her minion's clutches, they are turned into mice, and must travel the vast expanse of the giant castle, battling those who get in their way, in the hope they can get to the King and warn him before Vanestra carries out her evil plan!

Mice and Mystics is a family RPG game that continues to be incredibly popular and has spawned several expansion modules. Given the current team announced by Dreamworks, I imagine the movie will, at times, focus on the darker elements in the storyline. However, this will still be a family film, and I can see a resurgence in popularity for the original RPG game when it is eventually released.

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"Mice and Mystics is a co-operative roleplaying story about a group of loyal royalists who aim to stop the evil Vanestra from destroying the monarchy."

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