According to The Hollywood Reporter, Fox 2000 Pictures is developing a sequel to the 1993 film Mrs. Doubtfire, the classic comedy that featured Robin Williams dressing as an older female nanny in order to spend time with his children following a divorce.
Williams would actually star in the follow-up and original director Chris Columbus would also return for the sequel.
Mrs. Doubtfire grossed $219 million domestically and $222 million abroad. Williams also won a Golden Globe for his role.
The road was tough and the journey difficult, but Lamar Odom is back in the NBA.
The estranged husband of Khloe Kardashian signed an unusual contract with the New York Knicks yesterday, coming on board for the final game of their 2013-2014 season (a loss last night in which he did not play) and agreeing to a team option for the 2014-2015 season.
Based on the deal, the Knicks can see what sort of shape Odom is in this summer before deciding to pick up said option or not.
Odom, a Queens native, enjoyed some of his most productive seasons playing for Coach Phil Jackson, who is now
Jenni “JWoww” Farley may have won our hearts with her bar-brawling bad behavior, but much like her bestie and Jersey Shore co-star Snooki, she’s grown up and settled down since announcing her pregnancy in December.
Watching JWoww’s admirable maturation over the past few months makes news of a possible complication with her pregnancy that much sadder.
Jenni reported on her blog recently that a routine ultrasound turned into a moment of pure terror when her doctor informed her that he identified what may be a cyst on the fetus’ brain.