Amid all the reports of Zac Efron planning to settle in Australia and maintain distance from Hollywood is the latest update, there is a ray of hope for his fans. If the grapevine is to go by, Zac is all set to return to his launch pad, Disney, and star in the remake of 1987 hit comedy Three Men And A Baby. Below are all the details you would want to know.
As per the goss, Zac Efron is all set to step on-board the remake of the film that has gained a classic status over the years. The film is being made for Disney+ in collaboration with Disney’s live-action division.
If the report in The Hollywood Reporter is to go by, Ben Affleck’s The Way Back producer Gordon Gray will be producing the Zac Efron starrer. The film has no director on board as of yet, the search for an able man to helm the opus is on.
Meanwhile, Three Men and a Baby that released back in 1987 was a remake of a Japanese film. Starring – Tom Selleck, Steve Guttenberg and Ted Danson the film went on to be a successful affair for the studio. After the film became Disney’s first live-action project to cross $ 100 million, a sequel titled Three Men and a Little Lady was made.
As for Zac Efron, the star will be making a comeback to Disney after a decade approximately. Efron shot to fame with his Disney gig High School Musical. Recently, the actor made news for his docu-series Down To Earth. It was also reported that he is planning to settle down in Australia where he is spending his quarantine. It was said that Zac Efron wants to distance himself from the Hollywood lights.