Sandler Plans “Three Men and a Baby” Remake

Update: No huge surprise here, Disney has denied the report claiming no such project is in the works.

Original: And you thought “I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry” and “Jack and Jill” were bad? Think again.

Adam Sandler is reportedly considering the idea of remaking classic 80’s comedy “Three Men and a Baby” which followed three bachelors who become the protective guardians of an infant .

The twist? The trio would be polyamorous gay couple (meaning all three are in the same relationship) and they would be played by David Spade, Chris Rock, and Rob Schneider says Movieweb.

Sandler himself would produce and make a cameo, and reportedly got the idea from an episode of MTV’s Real Life. Spade, Rock and Schneider may also contribute to the screenplay.

Disney Pictures has been trying to do a remake for a few years – one with the the likes of Zac Efron and Justin Long, the other a sequel to the previous two films called “Three Men and a Bride” that would bring back original stars Tom Selleck, Steve Guttenberg, and Ted Danson.

The studio previously worked with Sandler on his family comedy “Bedtime Stories”.