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Chris Columbus confirms there is an R-rated version of 'Mrs Doubtfire' -- but he has no plans to release it and Politician said 'Oprah is like Ian Wright dressed as Mrs Doubtfire'

Chris Columbus confirms there is an R-rated version of 'Mrs Doubtfire' -- but he has no plans to release it and Politician said 'Oprah is like Ian Wright dressed as Mrs Doubtfire'. Last News:. Politician said 'Oprah is like Ian Wright dressed as Mrs Doubtfire' and Chris Columbus confirms there...
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Mrs. Doubtfire Has 3 Different Cuts, and Chris Columbus Is Open to Making a Doc on Them

We're going to get right to the heart of things — there is no NC-17 cut of the well-loved classic film Mrs. Doubtfire. On March 18, a tweet went viral after claiming there are several cuts of the film thanks to comedian Robin Williams's love for off-color improv. The tweet got its information from a 2015 interview in which director Chris Columbus said he ended up with four different cuts in the editing room, "literally, a PG rated version of the film, PG-13, R, and NC-17."
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Sorry folks, director Chris Columbus confirms there is not a 'Mrs. Doubtfire' NC-17 cut

Mrs. Doubtfire director Chris Columbus is putting out fans' fire for an NC-17 cut of the 1993 Oscar-winning comedy starring late comedian Robin Williams. "(Williams) would sometimes go into territory that wouldn't be appropriate for a PG-13 movie, but certainly appropriate and hilariously funny for an R-rated film," Columbus told Entertainment Weekly. "I only [previously] used the phrase NC-17 as a joke. There could be no NC-17 version of the movie."
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Chris Columbus confirms existence of R-rated Mrs. Doubtfire

Chris Columbus has confirmed the existence of an R-rated version of 'Mrs. Doubtfire'. The director has admitted to shooting a number of alternative scenes for the 1993 comedy film, which starred Robin Williams as a nanny called Euphegenia Doubtfire. Chris shared: "The reality is that there was a deal between...
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‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ Director Chris Columbus Confirms an R-Rated Cut of the Film Exists

Thanks to a viral tweet that resurfaced last week, director Chris Columbus has confirmed that there is indeed an R-rated version of “Mrs. Doubtfire” in existence. Referencing a 2015 interview with Columbus, fans have been calling for the release of a supposed NC-17 version of the family comedy starring Robin Williams, who had a taste for raunchy improv. Originally, “Mrs. Doubtfire” was rated PG-13 theatrically.
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Mrs. Doubtfire Director Chris Columbus Confirms There's an R-Rated Version

Mrs. Doubtfire fans, your day is here, director Chris Columbus says that there’s an R-rated version of the film. Chatter around the beloved Robin Williams movie started last night as an old interview with the filmmaker began making the rounds on social media. The Snyder Cut of Justice League has released and people are believing anything is possible. Columbus actually joked that there were PG-13 to NC-17 cuts of the film somewhere around. He had to clear the air after those quotes from 2015 were taken as literal by tons of the fans on the Internet. Entertainment Weekly talked to the director about the film and how it was that even an R-rated cut of the film exists when Mrs. Doubtfire is usually viewed as a family comedy for the most part. Well, you can thank Robin Williams for all of this silliness as the beloved comedian couldn’t stop improvising bits that had to be left on the cutting room floor because of how close to the line they ended up being.
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'Mrs. Doubtfire' Director Chris Columbus Addresses Rumored 'NC-17 Cut'

Director Chris Columbus has cleared up speculation around a rumored NC-17-rated cut of his beloved 1993 comedy “Mrs. Doubtfire.”. There’s no NC-17 version of the Robin Williams-led flick, but there is an R-rated cut, Columbus told Entertainment Weekly. “The reality is that there was a deal between Robin and myself,...
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Steven Van Zandt and Chris Columbus on Re-Coronating Darlene Love as Holiday Queen With ‘Christmas Chronicles 2’ Musical Number

They’re singing “Deck the Halls” and it does seem very much like Christmas, all in all, when Darlene Love is belting one out. There’s a new instance of that, in the Chris Columbus-directed Netflix film “The Christmas Chronicles 2,” as Love joins Kurt Russell, who’s returning as Santa Claus, in a large-scale musical number built around a new song written by Steven Van Zandt, “The Spirit of Christmas.”