Zac Efron Is Starring in a 'Three Men and a Baby' RemakeAugust 11, 2020
Zac Efron in Three Men and a Baby? Who asked for that—and how can I thank them?
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a movie or TV show in possession of decent ratings must be in want of a reboot. That is, according to Hollywood. Sister, Sister, Saved by the Bell, and The Baby-Sitter's Club are just some of the popular properties that have—or are in the processing of getting—a remake in 2020. Add another to that list: A Three Men and a Baby reboot, which is slated to star High School Musical king Zac Efron.
Yes, soon enough you can enjoy watching the Baywatch (the 2017 reboot) star get in touch with his paternal side, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The original 1987 comedy starred Tom Selleck, Steve Guttenberg, and Ted Danson as three bachelors and roommates who one day find a baby was left on their doorstep. Hijinks, obviously, ensued.
Details are slim about this new adaptation, but you know we'll be updating you whenever new information comes up. For now, here's everything we know.
Tom Selleck, Steve Guttenberg, and Ted Danson in the 1987 movie.
We told you about Zac Efron, and…that's the only cast member who has been announced. No word yet on whether or not Selleck, Guttenberg, or Danson will make an appearance–but they have to, right? Right?
THR reports that Gordon Gray, who's last film was Ben Affleck's basketball film The Way Back, will be producing. Will Reichel, who wrote the 2018 film Hot Air, did the script. As for a director, THR says that a search is “underway.”
The movie will air on Disney+, though a release date has not been set. It will likely be some time before more details emerge on this front, as filming has yet to begin.
Again, details are low here. THR reports that it's “unclear” how the story will be updated for this new version. We'll keep you posted.
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