Robin Williams has reportedly decided to not take part in "Mrs. Doubtfire 2", the sequel of his 1993 hit film.
Apparently the idea of a sequel is not quite interesting for Robin Williams to carry out in the end. The versatile actor has shockingly stated on BBC Radio 1 to Edith Bowman that he won't return for "Mrs. Doubtfire 2", the follow-up of his 1993 comedy hit.
While reason behind his decision is still unclear yet, it has been reported that Williams did say something along the lines of "if it's not done right, it's not worth doing" which leads to an assumption that he presumably was dissatisfied with the project's script written by actress Bonnie Hunt.
Williams, known for his incredible talent of talking in different voices, recently saw his three movies namely "R.V.", "The Night Listener", and "Man of the Year" all get released this year. His next film "Night at the Museum" is slated to open in theaters this month on date 22.