Tim Allen to Reprise Iconic Santa Clause Role in Disney+ Limited Series

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Disney+ has formally introduced that Golden Globe winner Tim Allen (Home Improvement) has signed on to reprise his iconic position as Scott Calvin in an authentic restricted sequence, primarily based on the traditional vacation trilogy, The Santa Clause. Production is anticipated to start this March in Los Angeles.

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The restricted sequence will proceed to observe Scott Calvin as he tries to search out the fitting individual to tackle the mantle of Santa Clause. Fans final noticed Allen’s Scott within the 2006 movie titled The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause, the place Martin Short’s Jack Frost tips him into renouncing his place as Santa Clause.

“In the Disney+ series, Scott Calvin is on the brink of his 65th birthday and realizing that he can’t be Santa forever,” reads the synopsis. “He’s starting to lose a step in his Santa duties, and more importantly, he’s got a family who could benefit from a life in the normal world, especially his two kids who have grown up at the Pole.  With a lot of elves, children, and family to please, Scott sets out to find a suitable replacement Santa while preparing his family for a new adventure in a life south of the pole.”

It hails from govt producer and showrunner Jack Burditt, who is thought for his work on hit exhibits equivalent to 30 Rock, Modern Family, and Frasier. In addition to starring, the Toy Story vet may even be govt producing.

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The Santa Claus sequence is a manufacturing by twentieth Television. Executive producers are Kevin Hench, Richard Baker, and Rick Messina.

The Christmas trilogy started with the 1994 movie which featured Scott Calvin as Santa Claus’s proxy, full with increasing waistline, rosy cheeks, and snow-white whiskers. He went on to reprise the position in two sequels, 2002’s The Santa Clause 2 and 2006’s The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause. The franchise was a field workplace success with a mixed worldwide gross of over $470 million.

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