Mara Wilson Says All the Words in Our Hearts

4/17/2014 8:30 AM PDT, by
If you're a child of the '80s or '90s, then you probably heard the news that there's a likely "Mrs. Doubtfire" sequel in the works and grimaced and subsequently pulled all sorts of disappointed faces just like the rest of us.

Mara Wilson, however -- young Nattie Hillard in the original film -- articulated our feelings a little bit more, and to a greater depth, and for that, we thank her. Take it away, Mara: That about sums it up, right? We all love and adore Robin Williams, and there's not a whole lot he can do wrong (except maybe "Patch Adams"), but honestly. I realize that the script has been in development for over a decade, but still -- sometimes it's just best to leave sleeping dogs lie so they don't pee all over and tarnish the legacy that a wonderful movie made a quarter-century ago left. 

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317 days ago

Sarah Taylor what is wrong with you? Mrs Doubtfire was a huge box office success. It earned $219,195,243 in the United States, along with $222,090,952 in other countries, for a worldwide total of $441,286,195.It became the second highest grossing film of 1993, behind only Jurassic Park and yet Sarah Taylor has a problem with a sequel!