“Zaddy” Zac Efron is reported to set as the lead in Disney+ remake of the 1987 movie, Three Men and A Baby”, which originally featured Tom Selleck, Steve Guttenberg and Ted Danson.
So Zac will be the first actor to confirmed attached to the be part of this three men gang.
The story tells about three bumbling bachelors who suddenly become the responsible adults to take care of a baby.
The remake version will be produced by Gordon Gray and air on Disney+. Gordon Gray is best known for inspiring athletic dramas like Secretariat, The Rookie and more recently, The Way Back starring Ben Affleck.
Will Reichel is responsible for writing the movie’s script. However, there is no confirm about the director.
Three Men And A Baby was originally actually advising of a French film, directed by Leonard Nimoy. At the time the movie was out, Three Men And A Men was quite the hit in box office, marking the first live-action Disney film to come over the $100million at the domestic theaters.
The success of Disney’s live action also had a following version in 1990, Three Men And A Little Lady with Nancy Travis to the ensemble.
The appearance of Zac Efron in the reboot will be the milestone for the reunion with the actor and Disney, who helped rocket him to raise as a Hollywood star with the character as basketball captain Troy Bolton in Disney Channel original High School Musical.
This casting news comes amid reports that Zac is thinking “planning to list his Los Angeles home in the near future” and is “burnt out living in and around Hollywood” after rumored to spend the quarantine time due to the pandemic.
The 32-year-old actor is starring in Netflix docuseries “Down to Earth” which tells the story of Zac and Michael’s journey around the globe to learn about the unusual techniques used by different communities to maintain the sustainability of the environment around.