Comedian Adam Sandler is flirting with producing a film starring Chris Rock, Rob Schnieder and David Spade as three gay men raising a baby.

According to, Sandler is considering a reboot of Walt Disney Picture's Three Men and a Baby, the 1987 hit starring Tom Selleck, Steve Guttenberg and Ted Danson as three straight bachelors whose lives are turned upside down when someone unexpectedly leaves a baby on their New York City doorstep.

Sandler is “toying” with the idea of turning the swinging bachelor trio into three gay men in a committed relationship.

This is not exactly foreign territory for Sandler, who starred in the 2007 film I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry. In the film, straight pals Chuck (played by Sandler) and Larry (Kevin James) agree to marry for the benefits, not love. While critics panned the film for its crude use of stereotypes – “an insult to gays, straights, men, women, children, African-Americans, Asians, pastors, mailmen, insurance adjusters, firemen, doctors – and fans of show music,” wrote The Wall Street Journal – the film grossed more than $186 million.

Sandler is not expected to star in the Three Men and a Baby remake; a cameo, however, seems likely.