Jon M. Chu to produce and possibly direct Play-Doh movie.
The iconic toy brand Play-Doh is getting a feature film according to Deadline. The Hasbro-owned arts and crafts brand was first introduced in the 1950s. The animated movie will be written by Oscar-nominated screenwriter Emily V. Gordon known for her work on The Big Sick. Jon M. Chu will be producing, with the potential to direct. He is known for the movies Crazy Rich Asians, In The Heights, and Now You See Me 2. On Twitter, Gordon said, “Jon and I had a series of conversations about creativity, imagination, and the purpose of art that were so fun and juicy that I knew I had to do this. I’ll get to use some of my play therapist training too, maybe….”
Ever since eOne purchased Hasbro in 2019, they have been working hard on making movies on their beloved IPs such as Barbie, Beyblades, Dungeons & Dragons movie, Transformers, Magic: The Gathering, Ouija, Clue, and Mouse Trap.
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