John Travolta is going to the dogs.
The actor is in talks to reteam with his "Wild Hogs" director Walt Becker to star in another Disney comedy, "Old Dogs," according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Originally titled "Old Dads," the screenplay written by David Diamond and David Weissman is assumed to be a buddy comedy about two guys who become middle-aged dads. If Travolta has his way, wife Kelly Preston and their daughter Ella Blue will join him in the cast.
The second actor to play Travolta's chum has yet to be cast.
Becker, who made his directorial debut with "Van Wilder," is attached to helm "Schooled."
"Wild Hogs," which stars Travolta alongside Tim Allen, Martin Lawrence and William H. Macy, is currently in theaters. Travolta next stars in the remake of "Hairspray," due in theaters in July.
Travolta Trades 'Hogs' for 'Dogs'
Actor wants his family involved too
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