The movie adaptation of Robert Kimmel Smith’s The War With Grandpa was initially speculated to hit theaters in February of 2018, however it bought thrown into movie purgatory when its unique distributor, The Weinstein Company, filed for chapter. Now, in 2020, it’s set to see the sunshine of day, with a theatrical launch scheduled for Oct. 9.
Robert De Niro stars as Ed, an outdated man who involves a compromise along with his daughter Sally (Uma Thurman). Instead of being despatched to reside in a nursing dwelling, he’ll come to reside with Sally, her husband (Rob Riggle), and her two youngsters, Mia (Laura Marano) and Peter (Oakes Fegley).
Unfortunately, the association doesn’t go well with Peter, who has been kicked out of his room in order that Ed can transfer in. He declares warfare on his grandfather, and rallies his faculty mates to assist him out, whereas Ed recruits his friends — Jerry (Christopher Walken), Danny (Cheech Marin), and Diane (Jane Seymour) — to retaliate.
The trailer has precisely the sorts of pranks you’d count on — foam sealant rather than Ed’s shaving cream, diaper jokes from the youngsters and the outdated crew — in addition to Christopher Walken driving a hoverboard.
The War With Grandpa is ready to hit theaters Oct. 9.