Hello, ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’

Williams is back. (fabfashionfix.com)
Williams is back. (fabfashionfix.com)

HELLOOOOOO. I am pleased to inform you that a “Mrs. Doubtfire 2” is in the works. Even though the film came out 21 years ago, America still has not gotten its fill of men dressing up as old women. It just tickles us in that special way. According to “The Hollywood Reporter,” Robin Williams and original director Chris Columbus are attached to develop the next installment. The script is planned on being penned by “Elf” writer David Berenbaum. If Williams and Columbus like it, then get out the powder, because Robin’s going to need a lot of it. The actress who played the youngest daughter in the film, Mara Wilson, tweeted less-than-stellar comments about the supposed plans. Honestly, what could you possibly base this movie on? Does Mrs. Doubtfire meet Big Fat Momma? Does she infiltrate an old folks’ home and befriend Elvis? Sally Fields doesn’t have time for this — she’s got a Boniva commercial to film, dammit!

HASHEESH MON. At least that’s what I think Whoopi Goldberg is saying at this very moment. That or, “Sherri, I swear to God I’ll kill you if you open your mouth again.” Whoopi has been tapped by the Denver Post to write a column that covers Colorado’s legalization of recreational marijuana. Damn, I see the view Whoopi really has is from high up. Hopefully “Sister Act 3” is based in Denver. It could just be about Sister Mary Clarence just eating a brownie for two hours. Nothing Jennifer Anniston has been in lately can top that. 

OH NOOOOO. Leonardo DiCaprio was captured on video last week dancing like an idiot at the Coachella music festival. Thank God he’s famous enough that he’ll never be asked to go on “Dancing With the Stars.” Leo must have been on something from Denver, because if you see the video, you can tell he’s not all there. But hey, who am I to judge? I don’t work for the Academy. So continue dancing the night away, Leo. Maybe you’ll bump into an Oscar.

 

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