According to Variety, The Walt Disney Co. has paid mid-six against low-seven figures to buy a feature treatment and the underlying feature film rights to manuscript The Last Lap from writer Mike Leonard.

The comedy is based on the true story of Leonard, a Chicago-based feature correspondent for NBC's "The Today Show" who drops everything to rent an RV to travel across America for a month with his funny and eccentric elderly parents to see the places and people who shaped their lives. Riding behind them in another RV are Leonard's three grown children. Journey ends with the birth of Leonard's granddaughter.

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