The upcoming Three Men and a Baby reboot at Disney+ has officially found its helmer in Mo Marable.
Production is picking up steam on the Disney+ reboot of Three Men and a Baby.
According to Deadline, director Mo Marable has officially signed on to direct the forthcoming remake of the hit 80s comedy.
Marabel will be directing from a script written by Will Reichel, who previously penned the script for the 2018 drama Hot Air starring Steve Coogan.
Set to lead the cast is none other than Zac Efron, who signed on to star in the forthcoming remake in August 2020.
Unfortunately, those itching to know who Efron will play in the Disney+ original will have to wait. The High School Musical vet’s casting announcement didn’t come paired with details with regards to his role in the film.
Also still left shrouded in secrecy is word on how Marabel and Reichel will set about to update the story for a 2020 audience.
Directed by Leonard Nimoy, the original 1987 hit comedy starred Tom Selleck, Steve Guttenberg and Ted Dansan as three bachelors living in the Big Apple who suddenly find their lives turned upside down when a baby gets dropped on their doorstep.
Shenanigans ensue as the three men must learn quick how to care for the infant, whom they quickly come to love.
The 1987 comedy was a hit at the box office and subsequently went on to spawn a sequel titled Three Men and a Little Lady, which hit the big screen in 1990.
Others involved behind the scenes on the project include Gordon Grey (Disney’s The Rookie), who will serve as a producer on the project.
Currently, there’s no word with regards to when we might expect to see the Three Men and a Baby reboot premiere via Disney+