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Nancy Drew And The Hidden Staircase Available NOW on Digital March 26, 2019 and on Blu-ray™ Combo Pack & DVD on April 2, 2019

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Uncover the Mystery When Nancy Drew And The Hidden Staircase Arrives from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment on Digital March 26, 2019 and on Blu-ray™ Combo Pack & DVD on April 2, 2019
Based on the Bestselling Book!

The iconic mystery solving teenager from the classic Nancy Drew books is back with an all-new feature length film that will keep you guessing until the very end! Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will release Nancy Drew And The Hidden Staircase on Digital starting March 26, 2019 and Blu-ray™ Combo Pack & DVD on April 2, 2019. Executive Produced by Ellen DeGeneres, the film stars Sophia Lillis (IT and “Sharp Objects”), Sam Trammell (“True Blood” and “This is Us”), and Linda Lavin (“The Good Wife” and“Alice”) and follows Nancy Drew in her new town, making new friends and on a mission to solve the case! The film carries a suggested retail price of $19.99 for the Digital, $19.98 for the DVD and $28.98 for the Blu-ray Combo Pack.

After the death of his wife, Carson Drew decides to leave Chicago behind and make a fresh start with his daughter in River Heights. But for 16-year-old Nancy Drew, life in a small town is mighty dull. She longs for excitement, adventure, and the chance to make a difference. Nancy gets that opportunity when she is asked to help solve the ghostly activity at the Twin Elms mansion. Can she help explain the creaking footsteps, exploding lightbulbs and the ominous creature? Is it the handiwork of high-school bully Derek Barnes? Or is it possible that the ghost of original owner Malcolm Colfax is back for revenge? Recruiting her best friends George and Bess, along with local “mean girl” Helen, Nancy Drew is on the case!

“Nancy Drew has been a source of inspiration to countless girls as she has her wits and ingenuity to solve intriguing mysteries. Now, Nancy is back in an all-new film from Ellen DeGeneres,” said Mary Ellen Thomas, WBHE, Vice President, TV Marketing, Family & Animation. “Cast perfectly with Sophia Lillis as Nancy Drew, this mystery has a modern-day edge as Nancy learns about responsibility and friendship while solving mysteries.”

Nancy Drew And The Hidden Staircase is produced by A Very Good Production and A Red 56 Productions. Based on the novel by Carolyn Keene, the film is Executive Produced by Ellen DeGeneres and Wendy Williams (Free Ride), with Jeff Kleeman (The Man From U.N.C.L.E.) and Chip DiggIns (A Walk In The Woods) serving as producers and Rachel Abarbanell (“Splitting Up Together”) as Co-Producer. Katt Shea (Poison Ivy) directed from the script written by Nina Fiore & John Herrera (“The Handmaids Tale”).

BONUS FEATURES
A Sleuth, A Girl and an Inspiration (Featurette)
Pink Footprints: Touring Twin Elms (Featurette)
Gag Reel


BASICS
Street Date: April 2, 2019
Total Runtime: Approx. 89 minutes
DVD: $19.98 SRP
BD: $28.98 SRP

Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase Escape Room & Mystery Match Blog App:
• Welcome to the Interactive Nancy Drew Escape Room - to escape, you must solve riddles and find items to uncover the three numbers needed to open to door. Good Luck!
• In the Mystery Match Video Puzzle, use your mouse to click + drag puzzle pieces to unlock clips from the film.


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Comments

elaing8 said…
I didn't read the books growing up.
Joseph Wallace said…
I read the Hardy Boys but I never read Nancy Drew. The movie looks like alot of fun. Bernie Wallace BWallace1980(at)hotmail(d0t)com
kelly nicholson said…
Were you a fan of Nancy Drew books when you were growing up?

loved the tv series in the 1970's thanks
monique s said…
Yes, I was a fan when I was growing up of Nancy Drew
brigette said…
nope, never got into it
Jackie said…
Yes! I use to walk to the public library to check out the Nancy Drew books.
409cope said…
I loved Nancy Drew as a kid and read all the books.
Kelly Skibbe said…
My mother got me into Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys books as a little girl so I have read a few.
Stephanie said…
I was a Nancy Drew fan growing up and I would really like to see this movie.
ken ohl said…
No I was not but my sister was
Dawn Ballo said…
I didn't read the Nancy Drew books as a kid.
Edye Nicole said…
YES! I love reading books :)
Unknown said…
I loved Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys while I was a child.
Victoria Barbour said…
I loved Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys as a child.
Abigail Gibson said…
I enjoyed reading Nancy Drew as a teenager.
Sandy Klocinski said…
I’d read a few as a kid, but only really started reading them with semi-regularity in my late-‘20s—and I am a huge fan. I love that she knows how to do everything. I love that we get the details of all of the huge meals she and Bess and George eat.
I loved Nancy Drew, and read everything Nancy I could get my hands on!
tatertot374 said…
I did not. Thank you
bison61 said…
yes I read Nancy Drew books

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andie said…
I skipped those books and went straight to Agatha Christie novels, which continue to be my all time favourites. But I'd love to win for my kids - thanks.
abrennan09@hotmail.com
Linda said…
I loved reading Nancy Drew books when I was younger!!
Miri Crosson said…
Nancy Drew, Hardy Boys, Dana Girls -- I was a fan of all of those series (and still am!)
Robin A said…
Nancy Drew was my favorite books to read growing up. Now my grand daughter is reading them and loves them too
adoptingteens said…
I did not read them but my sister did....
Anita said…
Yes I was a fan growing up
Lisa Ann said…
Yes, I read every Nancy Drew book in my school library.
Tabathia B said…
I have never read a nancy drew book, but all of my daughters have read the books
Jeremy said…
I was a fan of the Hardy boys books.
msrodeobrat said…
Yes. I loved them growing up!
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LauraJJ said…
Oh the Nancy Drew books were one of my favorites growing up. I loved trying to solve them as I read along!
Isaiahsmom said…
I used to read Nancy Drew books when I was growing up. I still have a few of them.
D Q said…
Yes-I was a fan and still am. I read many Nancy Drew books when I was young.
Jan Lee said…
Yes I was addicted to reading the Nancy Drew books, while growing up. My mom would always buy me the newest book for holidays or as a present. I still have the whole collection of the hardback yellow covered books, from 1-50. I also have 4 of the original blue colored hardback books from the 1940's which were my mother's. :)
Heather said…
I read the books all the time.
DebP said…
I didn't read Nancy Drew, having gone from Trixie Belden straight to Agatha Christie, but my niece's girls would really enjoy this.
Lisa V. said…
Yes, I was a fan.
Charlene S. said…
Yes, I loved reading Nancy Drew books.
I didn't read the Nancy Drew books. However, I watched the adult Nancy Drew Canadian tv show adaptation and I grew up reading Babysitter's Club Mysteries.
Marilyn said…
Yes, I was a huge fan -- read all of the books.
polly said…
My sister and I were big fans of the books!
Daniel M said…
nope i read the hardy boys
Sharklady71 said…
Yes, my sisters and I loved reading these books when we were young.
jmay said…
I think I read every single one of them!
Jeanna Massman said…
I was a big fan of Nancy Drew as a young girl.
I was a huge fan of Nancy Drew when I was a kid. I read a lot of those books.
Michele P. said…
yes I loved Nancy Drew, The Hardy Boys and Trixie Belden as a child.
kcozz21 said…
I was a huge Nancy Drew fan when I was a kid. As an adult, I have re-read some of the books as they were originally published.
Heather Dawn said…
Yes, I was always checking them out at the library.
Barb said…
Yes I was a must have true fan of the original book series.
Anonymous said…
Yes, I did grow up watching Nancy Drew! (entered as Stephanie)
Anonymous said…
I more enjoyed The Hardy Boys!

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Theresa said…
I read more of Enid Blyton and Secret Seven and Famous Five books.
Jenny Q. said…
I loved the Nancy Drew books as a kid, and read many of them! This would be a fun movie to watch with my kids!
Lisa Ellison said…
I loved to read the books as a kid
LeAnn Harbert said…
I read all of the Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys books when I was younger.
Pooch said…
I was a fan of Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys.
Vikki Billings said…
Yes, I was a huge Nancy Drew fan when I was younger and I also loved the Hardy Boys too.
vikki.billings@yahoo.com
Laura Lee said…
I was a big fan growing up of Nancy Drew.
starzine said…
Yes, a fan of Nancy Drew books.

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