Holly and the fun guy! Tim AllenSanta’s time has been extended thanks to the upcoming Disney+ series, Santas.
toy story debuted as businessman Scott Calvin in the 1994s. Santa Claus. In the holiday movie, Scott magically becomes Santa Claus after wearing a red suit on Christmas Eve… after old Kris Kringle slid off his rooftop.
Scott must then figure out how to be Santa Claus while trying to navigate his role as a single father to son Charlie (Eric Lloyd). The task turns out to be harder than he thought after Charlie’s mom, Laura (Wendy Crewson) and his stepfather Neil (Judge Reinhold), begin to think that their son’s obsession with Scott Santa is unhealthy.
However, charming Charlie comes to the rescue of his father more than once, and Scott finally accepts his destiny as Santa.
Allen reprized the role in the 2002 sequel. Santa Claus 2. In a classic holiday, Santa must find a wife, known as Mrs. Claus, before Christmas Eve or find himself a new job. Meanwhile, Scott’s son, Charlie, has become a troublemaker at school, which only makes matters worse.
In 2006, Allen donned his big red cape for the third part of the magical films. Santa Claus 3: Escape Clause. This time Scott will have to fight Jack Frost (Martin Short) to prevent the North Pole from becoming a tourist attraction and strip it of its Santa title.
The franchise also starred David Kramholtz as chief elf Bernard, Spencer Breslin as Elf in Charge #2 Curtis and a host of other mystical creatures, including Aisha Tyler like mother nature and Art LaFleur like the tooth fairy.
While some fans thought they last saw the Colorado native as Scott and Santa, they were wrong. In January 2022, Disney+ revealed that Allen would reprise his iconic dual role in a limited series of the same name.
“Well, again … Ho-ho-ho!” in Christmas with weirdos actor tweeted at the time, confirming their participation in the newest holiday adventure.
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