Disney+ Upcoming ‘Cheaper By the Dozen’ Reboot Trailer Dropped


Disney has just dropped a trailer for it’s upcoming reboot of a reboot film, ‘Cheaper By the Dozen.’  The original film was from 1950 and it was based on the 1948 book by the same name, authored by Frank Bunker Gilbreth Jr. and Ernestine Gilbreth Carey. In 2003 there was a reboot film. Now Disney is once again rebooting this film, likely because they need Disney+ content.

Following along with their new initiatives this version will feature a blended family with the parents played by Gabrielle Union and Zach Braff and it will be releasing in March, 2022.

Here’s the trailer:

My daughter was a big fan of the 2003 version, so I’m sure this one will be right up her alley as well.

Here is the YouTube write-up:

The Disney+ Original movie “Cheaper by the Dozen,” which is a fresh take on the 2003 hit family comedy starring Gabrielle Union and Zach Braff, will premiere March 18, 2022, exclusively on Disney+. Check out the trailer for a glimpse at the funny and heartwarming story of the raucous exploits of a blended family of 12, the Bakers, as they navigate a hectic home life while simultaneously managing their family business.
“Cheaper by the Dozen” is directed by Gail Lerner with a screenplay by Kenya Barris & Jenifer Rice-Genzuk Henry based upon the novel by Frank Bunker Gilbreth, Jr. and Ernestine Gilbreth Carey. Kenya Barris is producing, with Shawn Levy, Gabrielle Union, Brian Dobbins and Donald J. Lee, Jr. serving as executive producers. The movie stars Gabrielle Union, Zach Braff, Erika Christensen, Timon Kyle Durrett, Journee Brown, Kylie Rogers, Andre Robinson, Caylee Blosenski, Aryan Simhadri, Leo Abelo Perry, Mykal-Michelle Harris, Christian Cote, Sebastian Cote and Luke Prael.
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