Robin Williams' 'Mrs. Doubtfire' headed back to the big screen
It's official! The nanny that everyone loved in the early '90s is coming back to the big screen.
According to Hollywood Reporter, Fox 2000 is developing a sequel to the 1993 hit movie "Mrs. Doubtfire." It will reunite "Harry Potter" director Chris Columbus and actor Robin Williams.
Williams, now 62, won a Golden Globe for a portrayal of an out-of-work actor and recently divorced father who, in order to become closer to his children, disguises himself as a female Scottish nanny.
The movie also starred Sally Field as Williams' ex-wife and Pierce Brosnan as her boyfriend.
The comedy grossed $219 million domestically and $222 million internationally, which made it a huge hit in 1993.
The script is being written by David Berenbaum, who also wrote Will Ferrell's "Elf" and the family movie "Haunted Mansion."
No release date has been given.