Seriously, why?!?!?!?

Mrs. Doubtfire isn’t finished yet. Eleven years after the Robin Williams drag comedy appeared on the big screen, a sequel to the hit film is in the works at Fox 2000. Williams is in early talks to reprise his role as Mrs. Doubtfire and resume producing duties with Marsha Williams. Bonnie Hunt also is in talks to pen the project. In the original, directed by Chris Columbus, Williams played an estranged father who poses as a Scottish nanny, Euphegenia Doubtfire, in order to get access to his children and successfully bypass his ex-wife (Sally Field).
The film grossed $219 million domestically. The film garnered two Golden Globes in 1994, one for best picture (comedy/musical) and one for Williams as best actor in a comedy/musical. The film also won an Oscar for best makeup for Williams’ elaborate transformation into a frumpy, bespectacled older woman. Williams’ recent credits include David Duchovny’s “House of D” and Christopher Nolan’s “Insomnia.” The Oscar-winning actor has just been announced to receive the Cecil B. DeMille Award from the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. at the 62nd annual Golden Globes on Jan. 16.