And I thought living out Freaky Friday or Honey, I Shrunk the Kids would suck.

In a move reminiscent of the Angel episode "Story Time," The Hollywood Reporter posts that Disney has picked up a pitch from Patrick Doody and Chris Valenziano called Happy Little Family. But instead of all those human parts morphing into a small, felty puppet, they're becoming dollish.

The film will focus on an entire family who somehow get turned into a "popular set of dolls" after a wish goes nuts. (Once again with the Whedon references, you'd think people would've learned the harm of wishing by now...) So, the family are now dolls, and they have to "work together to survive the dangers they encounter in their newfound state" while trying to figure out how to re-humanize themselves.

Is there an evil spell on them? Do they just have to learn how to work together as a family to survive? Since this is Disney we're talking about, I'll assume the latter.
categories Movies, Cinematical