Señora Doubtfire 2 (Papá por siempre) La secuela que pudo ser y se truncó

Mrs. Doubtfire, the endearing comedy starring Robin Williams, became a resounding success in 1993. Grossing over $441 million at the worldwide box office, second only to Jurassic Park, the film became a favorite with audiences.

Given such a reception, it was no surprise that the possibility of a sequel was put on the table. In fact, for years there was speculation about the return of Daniel Hillard, aka Mrs. Doubtfire, to the big screen.

What is known about Mrs. Doubtfire 2?

In an interview with Business Insider, the director of the original film, Chris Columbus, revealed that there were indeed talks to make Mrs. Doubtfire 2. In fact, a script was even written that featured the return of Robin Williams.

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However, the project was cut short by the actor’s death in 2014. “It’s definitely never going to happen now,” Columbus lamented.

Was there a story for Mrs. Doubtfire 2 without Robin Williams?

The answer is yes. Script written for the sequel contemplated the absence of Daniel Hillard, as the story focused on the character’s children, Lydia, Chris, and Natalie, who were now adults.

The plot revolved around the organization of Lydia’s wedding, where the brothers would have to disguise themselves as Mrs. Doubtfire again to prevent their father, Miranda Hillard, from ruining the big day.

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Will the sequel ever be made?

As of today, it seems unlikely. The death of Robin Williams was a major blow to the project, and without him, the film would lose much of its magic.

However, never say never. Perhaps, in the future, Disney, which owns the rights to the franchise, will decide to revisit the story of Mrs. Doubtfire with a new approach.

In the meantime, fans can always enjoy the original film, a timeless comedy that continues to make us laugh and move us in equal measure.

Mrs. Doubtfire 2 may never make it to the big screen, but the original film will live on in the hearts of fans.

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