’Cheaper by the Dozen’ Kids Reunite to Recreate Iconic Scenes in Quarantine


The Baker family is back!

Hilary Duff has been keeping busy in quarantine by taking part in some nostalgic reunions.

First, the Disney star reunited with her “Lizzie McGuire” co-stars for a table read of the bra episode, and now, she joined her “Cheaper by the Dozen” family to re-enact some iconic scenes from the movie.

Almost two decades after the films release, Duff was joined by Alyson Stoner, Piper Perabo, and some of the other kids from the film along with Bonnie Hunt, who played the on-screen matriarch, in the Steve Martin-led family comedy.

The actress shared the Tik Tok video on social media, which features Simple Plan's "I'm Just a Kid" playing in the background, writing, "Surprise! From the Baker family to yours. We are all in this together.”

In the montage, Duff, who played Lorraine Baker, recreates her face mask scene, while Stoner, who played Sarah Baker, wears her signature frog beanie.

The recreated clips are spliced in with the original footage to show just how much everyone has grown up.

Jacob Smith, Morgan York, Forrest Landis, Blake Woodruff, and twins Brent and Shane Klinsman, who played Kyle and Nigel Baker, also appear in the video.

There are even rumblings of a third film as Kevin Schmidt, who played Henry Baker, shared that he penned a script about 10 years ago.

“If @disneyplus doesn’t make it post #coronavirus I’ll release it as fanfiction. Sound good? :),” he wrote on Instagram.

“Cheaper by the Dozen,” a remake of a 1950’s move of the same name, premiered in 2003.

“Smallville’s” Tom Welling also starred in the film as Charlie Baker, while Ashton Kutcher played Perabo’s boyfriend, Hank. Neither one appeared in the reunion video.

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