While the film’s production was scheduled for a July start date, THR reports that the reboot has been delayed thanks to creative differences. Some people behind the film want to make it a broader, PG-13 movie, while others want to keep it R-rated. This temporary stalemate has caused a delay that could last at least a few months, or perhaps until later this year. Either way, the cast and crew would surely want this film to move along as soon as possible before any possible scheduling conflicts come up. At the same time, it’s understandable why the studio would want to make the film as financially successful as possible.John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein, known for penning “Horrible Bosses” and this year’s “The Incredible Burt Wonderstone,” wrote the script and are helming the do-over. Given that this is their directorial debut, they may have a tougher time coming out on top in this argument as opposed to a director with a more veteran status. Regardless, let’s hope this can come to a speedy resolution and everyone involved can make the movie they want.