Trine knows everything. Ask her a question like “Where are my keys?” or “How are there perfectly preserved mammoths in recent ice?” and she just knows. She’s the Mystery Girl and solves neighborhood mysteries for 50 bucks a pop. When a down on his luck LAPD officer, Cooper, seeks out Trine in hopes that she’ll help him crack a case, the two are framed for murder and must work together to clear their names and solve the ultimate mystery: the one behind Mystery Girl herself.
● Director: McG (The Babysitter)
● Cast: Tiffany Haddish (Like a Boss, The Card Counter)
○ Haddish is currently shooting CBS’ Kids Say the Darndest Things and recently completed production on Apple TV’s The Afterparty. She can next be seen in Netflix’s Bad Trip and voices characters in Paramount+’s The Spongebob Movie: Sponge on the Run, Adult Swim’s Tuca and Bertie and Hulu’s Solar Opposites. Other upcoming projects include The Card Counter, opposite Oscar Issac and Willem Dafoe, The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent, opposite Nicholas Cage, On the Count of Three, alongside Jerrod Carmichael and Here Today, directed by Billy Crystal.
● Producers: Mike Richardson and Keith Goldberg of Dark Horse Entertainment; McG and Mary Viola for Wonderland Sound and Vision; and Haddish through She Ready Productions
● Executive Producer: Melanie Clark of She Ready Productions
● Mystery Girl is based on the Dark Horse comic of the same name that was created by Paul Tobin and Alberto Alburquerque
● Netflix has a first look deal with Dark Horse Entertainment and has previously collaborated with Dark Horse on the action-comedy series Umbrella Academy and Jonas Åkerlund’s feature Polar.
About Dark Horse Entertainment
Founded by Mike Richardson, Dark Horse Entertainment was spun off from his publishing company, Dark Horse Comics, in 1992. The company’s first major hits — THE MASK and TIMECOP — were based on Richardson’s creations and DHE has since produced over 30 films and series, including an Emmy Award-winning documentary, MR. WARMTH: THE DON RICKLES PROJECT. Recent projects include the DARK MATTER television series for Syfy network, and the hit Netflix film, POLAR, adapted from Victor Santo’s noir graphic novel starring Mads Mikkelsen. Current projects include the third season of THE UMBRELLA ACADEMY, a Netflix original series based on the comics created by Gerard Way (My Chemical Romance) and Gabriel Bá, COYOTE, starring Emmy Award-winning actor Michael Chiklis on CBS All Access, and RESIDENT ALIEN, a television series for Syfy starring Alan Tudyk (Firefly) based on the comic series by Peter Hogan and Steve Parkhouse. Upcoming projects at Netflix include SAMURAI RABBIT: THE USAGI CHRONICLES, an animated kids series based on the award-winning comic book series by Stan Sakai.
About Wonderland Sound & Vision
Wonderland Sound & Vision was founded in 2001 by Joseph McGinty Nichol, known as “McG.” For the former music producer and video director turned filmmaker, Wonderland Sound & Vision offers an outlet in which to translate his distinct style of vibrant and colorful storytelling to film and television. That vision, along with a commitment to identifying exciting new talent and developing compelling stories from around the world, has provided the foundation of our ethos for the last decade. Wonderland Sound & Vision has a vast and diverse slate of projects, all of which we believe have the potential to entertain and inspire the world. From breaking new ground in content to exploring new business models and formats, we will continue to stay on the cutting edge of the constantly evolving entertainment industry.
About She Ready Productions
Founded by actress, comedian and producer Tiffany Haddish, She Ready Productions produces films and television for both traditional and non-linear platforms. They are currently in development on The Bardess, Untitled Aida Rodriguez Project, Mystery Girl, Homecoming Queen and Down Under Cover. She Ready’s portfolio also include both the Emmy nominated special Tiffany Haddish: Black Mitzvah for Netflix, Tiffany Haddish Presents: They Ready series and Adult Swim’s Tuca & Bertie and CBS’ Kids Say the Darndest Things.