11 Aug – We last saw Zac Efron singing and dancing his heart out in the "High School Musical" franchise more than a decade ago, now the actor's set to make his return to Disney but in a more mature role, so to speak.
Considering that the movie he'll be in is a comedy, most likely he won't be too serious in it. Though The Hollywood Reporter didn't specify which role exactly he will be playing, he is confirmed to star as one of the titular characters of the "Three Men and a Baby" remake.
Most likely this remake won't hit theatres since it is being developed for the streaming service Disney+.
So far the 32-year-old is the only name attached to the project as casting is still underway. A search for a director is also still on-going.
Gordon Gray, who produced Ben Affleck's "The Way Back", will be producing. The remake script is written by Will Reichel but there are no details yet on how it will be different from the original '80s movie.