The “Honey, I Shrunk Kids” star had announced that he would be returning to the big screen with a new Disney film, but no one expected the company owner to appear in a Mint mobile commercial with Reynolds.
Reynolds began establishing a celebrity introduction to the phone company’s new unlimited plan.
The “Deadpool” actor says, “To start it, we’ve brought in an actor without whom we have gone too long.”
Morni, who left Hollywood in the 90s to focus on his children after his wife died, then went on screen for the first time in decades.
Reynolds explains that the phone plan will sell on its own, so Moranis has nothing to say about it.
“Then why am I here?” Mournis asks.
Reynolds replied, “I’m just a huge fan … not seriously, by and large.”
“Bus?” The Moranis say.
“That’s it,” Reynolds concludes.
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Fans will see Moranis again with Josh Gad in a new Disney film called “Shrunk”, which will continue the franchise that Moranis made headlines in the early 1990s.
“Honey, I Shrink Kids” was released in 1989 and starring Moranis as a husband, father and inventor whose experimental shrinking machine accidentally transformed his children and two young neighbors into miniature versions of himself She gives.
Moranis followed up with “Honey, I Blood Up the Kid” and “Honey, We Shrink Ourself” before deciding to raise their children.
Disney has not revealed when the new film will be closed.