According to Discussing Film, Disney's Q3 earnings webcast featured news courtesy of Disney CEO Bob Iger, with multiple properties originally released by 20th Century Fox being remade for Disney+.
During the Disney Q3 Earnings Webcast, Bob Iger has confirmed that they are developing reimaginings of ‘HOME ALONE’, ‘NIGHT OF THE MUESUM’, ‘CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN’ and ‘DIARY OF A WIMPY KID’ for Disney+. pic.twitter.com/KKGYundIww— DiscussingFilm (@DiscussingFilm) August 6, 2019
While properties like The Simpsons and Avatar have been frequently discussed post-Disney/Fox merger, 20th Century Fox had a slew of family-friendly releases that are now under the Disney banner. All of the movies mentioned kicked off franchises (save Cheaper by the Dozen, which only received one sequel), so it's no surprise that more properties are being developed. Whether they'll be reboots or will continue on from the existing films is unknown, as continuity still remains a big question when it comes to Disney continuing Fox properties.
Not every Fox property will be revived for Disney, however, and Disney has axed several Fox projects that were in development. As it stands, Disney remains focused on IP with name recognition and franchise potential. With D23 around the corner, expect more news on the future of Fox films and television at Disney.