Bad news about the Spy School movie — for now

Hey everyone –

I know you have been waiting a long time for an update about the Spy School movie — and I am sure this is not what you were hoping for.  It’s certainly not what I was hoping for.

After 54 weeks of doing nothing with the movie script, Disney decided that they were not going to move forward with the Spy School movie.

Why?  I don’t really have a great answer for that.  I was told that Disney had some concerns with the story involving kids in real danger — which you’d think they would have been able to figure out was part of the plot long ago, given the title.

Sadly, this kind of thing happens a lot in Hollywood.  As I keep saying, it is very hard to get a movie made.

This does not mean the movie will never get made.  My agents can now try to set the project up at another movie studio or streaming service.  We will see what happens.

In the meantime, feel free to write angry letters to Disney or cancel your Disney + accounts in protest.

642 thoughts on “Bad news about the Spy School movie — for now

  1. Charlie thorn and the lost city coming out 2korrow yeahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh ?

  2. sorry it was an emotional but it did it as a question mark for some reason

  3. the investigator –

    Please tell your sisters that these are hard times for everyone and I am sorry that their dance studio closed down.

  4. Kinda funny how an iceberg the size of New York broke off of Antartica…Sounds like something that Spyder would do

  5. I….Will…get…a…signed…book….personalized…to…my…name…in…the…mail…today…..????(CTATLC!)

  6. Alexander send it to legendary and Columbia to
    (I’m talking about the Patision )

  7. Sorry to hear about that Stu.
    However, I love your novels I do need to catch up on the Spy School books. (by the way for anyone who doesn’t know CTALC or CTLC stands for Charlie Thorne and the Lost City

  8. guys……quiz…..what book genre would you write?

    1: E-books or normal books?

    2: sport?

    3: favorite food?

    4: best subject?

    5: describe yourself. (fun, athletic, etc.)

    answers come when you answer!

  9. -THE #1 Fan Of You
    for book genre either fantasy or realistic fiction
    1. Just depends
    2. baseball
    3. cheeseburger
    4. reading
    5. athletic, stage fright, bookworm

  10. ok…,your book genre you could write is…..comedy!!! (and this determines which one you could write, so dont write it yourself.)

  11. Aiden –

    I don’t know if I’d say that an iceberg that big breaking off Antarctica is funny. I’d say it’s kind of terrifying. Because it means climate change is causing big changes in the Antarctic.

  12. Stu-

    Well 3 things.

    (1) When I said funny I didn’t mean it in a: “haha that’s a funny joke”. (In retrospect I should’ve picked another word.)

    (2) Scientist said that it actually had nothing to do with climate change. I heard this in this CNN10
    https://www.cnn.com/cnn10

    The segment is at 4:05

    There also the transcript just incase you don’t have time to watch it.
    http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/2103/02/sn.01.html

    (3) It is scary to think that this iceberg could end up hitting a coastal city if it travel far enough so I do understand your point about it being scary.

  13. – I write fantasy. More imagine ideas and then kind of jot them down.

    1 – Books. (I’m not allowed to use Ebooks unless I use Screentime)
    2 – Don’t really like/play sports
    3 – Can’t choose
    4 – Math
    5 – Don’t really have friends except for, you know, book characters. But my family? Probably moody.

  14. 1:normal books
    2:Soccer.
    3:Chicken McNuggets.
    4:English/Social studies
    5:Bookworm/stage-fright.

  15. victoria, your book genre is kind of scary/ fun.

    the one and only agent e, comedy/learn/sports.

  16. Aiden –

    True, scientists aren’t able to say that this was directly due to climate change, but there are absolutely changes happening in the antarctic.

    Here’s a scary fact:

    Warming oceans are speeding up Antarctica’s melting overall. In the 1980s, Antarctica lost 40 billion tons of ice annually. In the past decade, that number jumped to an average of 252 billion tons per year.

  17. abel –

    I did not base Erica off anything but my own imagination. I first had the idea for Erica in 1996. Kung Fu Panda came out in 2008.

  18. I HAVE FINISHED CT2

    It’s amazing

    The ending is amazing

    You’ll know the moment when you see it

    Its at the end

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