The timing of Disney’s acquisition of Fox went well for the Mouse House, as it coincided with the launch of its in-house streaming service and the company increased their stake in Hulu, immediately opening both content libraries up. hundreds of hundreds of valuable new additions.
Long time no see, but Robin Williams classic Mrs. Doubtfire is finally coming to Disney Plus next month, and you can guarantee that there will be a huge number of subscribers eager to re-watch the family comedy, no matter how many times they’ve seen it.
The legendary comedian won a Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy for his incredible dual performance, while the film itself also won the Picture Trophy. Best photo in the same category. Not only that, it also grossed a whopping $441 million at the box office with a $25 million budget, becoming the second grossing film of 1993 after Steven Spielberg. Jurassic Park.
Mrs. Doubtfire was back in the online discussion earlier this year when the rumors started that an NC-17 cut of the film existed, and while that was quickly overturned by director Chris Columbus, he admits that Williams improvised so much material that the editorial team was able to practically piece together what would certainly be a version. buzzing R rating.
Maybe the Disney Plus version coming out on August 6th will reignite call to see Euphegenia Doubtfire unleash a game or two of evil, especially as fan campaigns are more popular than ever, even if the majority of them don’t really hit the mark in the long run. Either way, it’s set to be another valuable addition to the platform’s library.