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‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ Sequel in Doubt
LOS ANGELES ( — Robin Williams says he doubts his famous drag role of “Mrs. Doubtfire” will be made into a sequel.
Although Fox dusted off the idea for a sequel to the 1993 comedy which made $219 million last year, Williams tells he questions whether it will happen.
“No, I don’t think so,” Williams says. “But they’re trying to write it.”
Williams starred in the original as the husband in a bitter divorce who poses as a female housekeeper to spend time with his kids. The original film also starred Sally Field, Pierce Brosnan and Harvey Fierstein. Williams’ friend Bonnie Hunt is taking a stab at the screenplay.
“I think if she can do it right, it’ll be OK,” Williams says. “If they don’t do it right, it’s not worth doing it.”
The big question is why his character would dress up again. “How will she get away with it? The first one was so much fun because the conceit was pretty good and the makeup was great. The really good news now is that that make-up has come along. The make-up’s just gotten better and better and better.”
The film won the Oscar for best make-up and Williams won a Golden Globe for the character.