‘Adventures In Babysitting’, Disney’s 1987 cult classic, is being remade and fans are so totally excited! But, don’t expect big hair and shoulder pads in the highly anticipated TV movie: ‘Further Adventures in Babysitting’. Here’s what we know!
Diehard fans of the 1897 hit, Adventures In Babysitting, will make sure they clear their schedules when the remake of the film, Further Adventures in Babysitting, comes to the Disney Channel! The original ’80s flick starred Elisabeth Shue, but a whole new roster is being reinstated for the films remake! Find out who is on babysitter duty!
‘Adventures In Babysitting’: Disney Confirms Beloved 80’s Film Remake
— Sabrina Carpenter (@SabrinaAnnLynn) January 9, 2015
Based on Sabrina Carson‘s Jan. 9 tweet, it looks like the 15 year-old star of Girl Meets World is ready to immerse herself in the world, or rather, adventures of babysitting with Austin & Ally‘s Sabrina Carpenter, 21.
Adam Bonnett, Disney Channel’s executive vice president, sang Sabrina’s praises by acknowledging “her extraordinary career” according to E! News.
Specifically, Adam expressed excitement regarding her role in the Disney movie, which is loosely based on the 80’s film remake — how exciting Sabrina!
Sophia Grace Releases Fun New Music Video For ‘Best Friends’
Although the beloved movie was made in ’80s, the remake looks like it will be catered towards a new generation — the same generation that fawns over Sophia Grace!
The talented 11-year-old, who was discovered by Ellen DeGeneres, just released an addictive track called: “Best Friends” on Jan. 7.
We have a feeling that this will be an entertaining music video for babysitters to watch with their kiddies while on the job!
It’s totally family friendly and so adorable. Just hope that Sophia Grace’s energy won’t hype up the kids that you’re being paid to watch. Before you know it they could be bouncing all over the walls and belting out “Best Friends.”
HollywoodLifers, are you excited to see the remake of this beloved ’80s movie? Will you tune in!
— Jordyn Shaffer