Throughout his career, Robin Williams touched the lives of many — especially the young talent he worked with. Mara Wilson, who played his daughter in ‘Mrs. Doubtfire,’ has revealed she is taking the actor’s death very hard.
Mara Wilson, 27, was one of the first celebrities to react to the death of Robin Williams, 63, on social media. Thankfully, the young actress received the news personally, however she shared her heartbreaking thoughts on the loss of her on-screen father in a lengthy tweet. So sad.
Alright Mara, I know you’re 20 years older now, and I know you don’t want your legacy to just be “that adorable, lisping girl from a Robin Williams classic,” but when a ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ sequel comes calling, you drop everything and get on board.
While every ’90s kid in the world (me included) spent April 17 chugging Squeez-Its and slamming 3D Doritos in celebration over the news that a Mrs. Doubtfire sequel was a go — with Robin Williams and director Chris Columbus signed on! — co-star Mara Wilson, who played the adorable daughter in the original, spent the day strongly insisting that she would never be a part of it. WTF, Mara?
’90s kids, rejoice! A ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ sequel is officially in production — but will Robin Williams star? Well, we do know that Mara Wilson, who played Robin’s daughter, certainly won’t, according to her Twitter!
We’ve been given a great and special gift — a sequel to ’90s classic Mrs. Doubtfire is officially in production, and Robin Williams is attached, as is director of the award-winning original, Chris Columbus. Mara Wilson, who played Robin’s daughter Natalie, will not be starring, however, according to a series of — quite honestly, totally uncalled for — tweets. Keep reading for everything we know about the project so far, and to see what Mara has been tweeting! The tweets are a must-read, we swear.
From one child star to another — ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ cutie Mara Wilson is giving some tough love to stars like Amanda Bynes, who she suggests should get out of Hollywood fast!
Mara Wilson, who starred in Matilda, Mrs. Doubtfire and Miracle on 34th Street, wrote an article for the humor website Cracked and she says there are seven reasons why “not many child stars [like Amanda Bynes] make it out of Hollywood alive or sane.”