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Clue Remake Announces Their Star And Hints At What To Expect, And We're Not Sure How To Feel

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The classic board game turned hilarious cult classic is coming back to the big screen and people are getting excited about the new casting announcement.

The board game Clue came out all the way back in 1949, but it was in 1985 that they developed one of the funniest movies of our generation. The murder mystery starred Tim Curry, Madeline Kahn, Christopher Lloyd, Michael McKean, Martin Mull, Lesley Ann Warren, and Eileen Brennan.

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The movie was really one of a kind in that it had three alternate endings. Spoilers ahead if you haven't watched it!

Ending A

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The first ending shows that Miss Scarlet is responsible for the murders of all the victims with her accomplice Yvette. She ends up killing Yvette and tries to escape while holding a gun on the Wadsworth who turns out to be an undercover FBI agent and arrests her.

Ending B

Mrs. Peacock was the murderer of all the victims and once again Wadsworth reveals himself to be an FBI agent and she is arrested.

Ending C

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This one has a message that says "but here's what really happened." Each murder is committed by a different person, but by the time everyone is revealed, they learn that Wadsworth (the butler) is actually Mr. Boddy and this was all an elaborate scheme. But then Mr. Green shoots him and reveals that he is an FBI agent and arrests everyone.

It's all very strange, but now they are trying to bring it back with a brand new movie and a brand new cast. Here's what we know so far...

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