The 2003 movie is a remake of an old movie. It has the same name, but it’s different. The director was Walter Lang. He also starred in the film with Clifton Webb and Myrna Loy playing the parents of 12 children. This film is based on a book about the Gilbreth family. The book is written by siblings, Frank Bunker Gilbreth Jr. and Ernestine Gilbreth Carey. They wrote the story about their childhood and upbringing in a family with 10 other siblings.
Now, a new movie called “Cheaper by the Dozen” is in the works. It will star Gabrielle Union and Zach Braff. They are married in the story. The new movie will be written by Kenya Barris and Jenifer Rice-Genzuk Henry. More information has been released since Union and Braff were cast. Here are some things that we know so far about the “Cheaper by the Dozen” reboot. There’s a release date, cast, and plot.
What is the release date of Cheaper by the Dozen?
As of now, there is no release date for the new “Cheaper by the Dozen” reboot. We know that it will be on Disney+ in 2022 because they said so on Twitter.
“Discussing Film” (a news company) said that they thought filming would start in July 2021. But there is no official word on whether filming has wrapped, so, likely, the “upcoming reboot” has already finished filming.
To speculate further, we can look to another Disney+ original film, “Black Beauty.” It is about a horse. It was filmed in October of last year. The film will come out on November 27th this year. The new “Cheaper by the Dozen” movie will come out in about 1 year. It is made by the same people who made “Black Beauty.”
What is the plot of Cheaper by the Dozen?
The next reboot will be different from the previous films in a few ways. One detail is that the married couple has 10 children instead of 12. This means that the “dozen” in the title will refer to a family of 12, not a couple with 12 kids. They will probably have as much chaos as we saw in the movie from 2003.
In the new version of this movie, there will be a family that is multi-racial and not just one family. The movie will have a more modern twist. A comedy will come out and they are a family of 12. They have to take care of their house but also work together. We don’t know what the show is about yet.
The 2003 movie is about a family who moves to a new town. They have to go to school and meet their friends. The parents also have a job. The children want more attention from their parents because they are sad that they moved away from their old house and friends. The new film will likely show people similar things. It might talk about different things within a family with mixed backgrounds. The film might be funny, nice, and family-friendly.
Who will be starring in it?
Gabrielle Union and Zach Braff will play the married couple at the head of this family. Gabrielle Union rose to fame in teen films. She was in “10 Things I Hate About You” and “Bring It On.” Recently, she starred in the crime drama “L.A.’s Finest” from 2019 to 2020 and also in the BET drama “Being Mary Jane” from 2013 to 2019. Meanwhile, Braff led the ABC comedy “Alex, Inc.”
He also directed many episodes of “Scrubs” and one episode of “Ted Lasso” for which he received an Emmy nomination. In February 2021, the actors for children were announced. They are Journee Brown, Kylie Rogers, Andre Robinson, CayleeBlosenski, Aryan Simhadri, Leo A. Perry, Mykal-Michelle Harris, and Christian Cote. Many of these actors are new. You might know them from “Yellowstone” (Rogers) or “Mixed-Ish” (Harris). These new actors are in the movie with other adults, like Erika Christensen and Brittany Daniel.