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'Mrs. Doubtfire' Sequel in the Works, Robin Williams Attached!

'Mrs. Doubtfire' Sequel in the Works, Robin Williams Attached!

Robin Williams is attached to return for the highly anticipated sequel to his 1993 hit movie Mrs. Doubtfire, according to THR!

The 62-year-old actor would be reunited with director Chris Columbus for the film, which will be written by David Berenbaum, who wrote Elf.

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If you weren’t aware, a sequel has been in the works since 2001, but the project became inactive for years after many failed drafts of the script.

Mrs. Doubtfire centered on “a struggling actor and recently divorced father of three who, in order to be closer to his children, takes on the persona of a Scottish nanny, Eupheginia Doubtfire.”

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  • Bill

    Another sequel? Hollywood has been so creative…

  • NE1

    lol so in this one he finally realizes he’s transgendered and finishes the process? maybe Sally Field can be supportive like Kris Jenner.. sounds like a good film. but those kids are 40 now.

  • Mejay

    Please no! It was such a good movie, why ruin it with a horrible sequel.

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  • Death

    The film industry is going to implode. This is the franchise era. Sequels, prequels, reboots, remakes. Streaming and online original series are the future. Hollywood studios don’t get that – and as a result, they will die a bad bad death. Worthy of a movie, naturally.

  • Guest

    I don’t know how I feel about this. I’m a 90′s child who LOVED the movie so the idea of a sequel sounds intriguing but as history would know, sequels seldom work out.