Lionsgate plans to move forward with a Monopoly movie with LuckyChap set to produce. The studio made the announcement during its CinemaCon panel today.

The award-winning production company helmed by Margot Robbie, Tom Ackerley, and Josey McNamara, recently produced the Warner Bros. hit Barbie, as well as Emerald Fennell’s Saltburn

“I could not imagine a better production team for this beloved and iconic brand than LuckyChap. They are exceptional producers who choose their projects with great thought and care, and join Monopoly with a clear point of view. We are tremendously excited to be working with the entire LuckyChap team on what we all believe can be their next blockbuster,” said Adam Fogelson, chair of Lionsgate Motion Picture Group.

“Monopoly is a top property – pun fully intended,” added LuckyChap in a statement. “Like all of the best IP, this game has resonated worldwide for generations, and we are so excited to bring this game to life alongside the wonderful teams involved at Lionsgate and Hasbro.”

Lionsgate extended its development rights to the iconic board game with its purchase of eOne, completed last December. Monopoly has sold nearly half a billion copies since 1935, and is available in over 100 countries around the world.

“As one of the most iconic games in the world, Monopoly provides an incredible platform for storytelling opportunities. We are thrilled to have the unique vision of LuckyChap and Lionsgate alongside us to bring this historic piece of popular culture to the big screen,” said Zev Foreman, head of film for Hasbro Entertainment.

No word yet on the potential plot for the movie (or if Robbie will jump from playing Barbie to playing… whatever characters a Monopoly movie might follow). Drop your theories in the comments below.

Meanwhile, stay tuned for more updates out of CinemaCon this week.

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