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From <i>Smallville</i> To <i>Monster High</i>

They managed to make teenage Superman palatable to television audiences, but can Alfred Gough and Miles Millar convince tween girls to attend Monster High?

The writers have signed on to script High, a movie musical based on a new toyline from Masters of The Universe manufacturers Mattel based on the daughters of famous monsters like Dracula, Frankenstein and the Wolfman dealing with the modern day horrors of high school. The target audience may sound unusual for Gough and Millar, who've also worked on the Shanghai Noon, The Mummy and Lethal Weapon franchises, but with the movie aiming for a Beetlejuice tone and their experience producing Hannah Montana: The Movie, I think things'll work out fine. Fingers crossed for a Tom Welling cameo.

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