Zac Efron 'leading the cast of Three Men and a Baby reboot'

Three Men and A Baby is reportedly getting a reboot for Disney+ – with Zac Efron as the leading man. 

The 1987 comedy and its follow-up, Three Men and A Little Lady, starred Ted Danson, Tom Selleck and Steve Guttenberg as a trio of bachelors whose lives are turned upside down by the arrival of one of a baby girl. 

It has remained a classic, but it seems bosses are now looking for a 21st century redo. 

According to Hollywood Reporter, Zac will be leading the new film, but no director is yet on board. 

The original was led by Leonard Nimoy, aka Star Trek’s Spock, in his first major motion picture away from the sci-fi universe. 

Metro.co.uk has contacted Zac’s reps for comment.


It is based off a French farce film, Trois hommes et un couffin (Three Men and a Cradle), which was released two years before the American version. 

Zac’s attachment to the film comes after his success at moving into documentary filmmaking, hosting a series Down To Earth for Netflix, that explored alternate ways of living. 

During lockdown, Zac is reportedly living in Byron Bay, Australia, with plans to move Down Under permanently.

However, while he seemed to be removing himself from the acting game, it was also announced that he would be one of the newest names to get a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame.

He first came into the public eye thanks to Disney, leading the cast in High School Musical in 2006. 

Three Men and A Baby is yet to be given a release date on Disney+.

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