Oh, James Franco. Does your ability to involve yourself in weird scandals know no bounds?
Fresh off his scandalous flirtation with teenager Lucy Clode, Franco finds himself at the center of another controversy – this one involving his personal attack of New York Times theater critic Ben Brantley.
The Times published a review of Brantley’s that featured some extremely negative comments about Franco’s performance in the Broadway revival of the play Of Mice and Men, and the temperamental actor quickly took to Twitter to express his displeasure.
Former child star Mara Wilson quit acting more than a decade ago, but with the announcement of a Mrs. Doubtfire sequel, the now 26-year-old writer felt the need to clarify that she will not be reprising her role as Natalie Hillard.
“For the record, no, I do not have anything to do with the Mrs. Doubtfire sequel, nor will I,” Wilson tweeted today as the forthcoming film became a trending topic.
It stands to reason that the press-shy Wilson would want to preemptively deflect any questions from journalists or fans. What makes less sense, however, is Wilson’s follow-up tweet, which
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.