Pierce Brosnan Reunites With Mrs Doubtfire Kids 25 Years Later
Pierce Brosnan recently met up with his 'step-kids' from Mrs. Doubtfire to celebrate 25 years since the film was released.
In a snap shared on Instagram, Pierce posed with Matthew Lawrence, Mara Wilson, and Lisa Jakub, who played Chris, Natalie, and Lydia Hillard in the classic film.
Mrs. Doubtfire first hit cinemas on the 24 November 1993, and Pierce played, Stu, a bachelor who was dating the children's mum, Miranda to the horror of her ex-husband Daniel.
Of course the meet up was tinged with sadness as Robin Williams, who played Daniel and the iconic Mrs Doubtfire wasn't there, after taking his own life in 2014.
Posting on Instagram, Lisa Jakub wrote: "So this happened. #mrsdoubtfire#reunion #25yearslater".
She also posted a video by Pierce, showing a picture of the three actors at the Mrs Doubtfire premiere before zooming out to show them all together yesterday.
View this post on InstagramAnd then there was this. #mrsdoubtfire #reunion #25yearslater
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In the video he said: "And here we are... we pull back slowly and ta-da! Love you, love you all so much, it's so good to be part of your lives."
Fans of the film obviously freaked out over the reunion. One user wrote: "This is amazing!! One of my all time favourite films since this came out when I was just three years old! Still watch to this day [sic]!"
Another added: "My soul has been made so happy by this photo [sic]!"
Although a few people did ask where Sally Field was. Hopefully, they will all reunite for the Mrs. Doubtfire musical.
The musical is reportedly set to debut on New York's Great White Way, but unfortunately a date hasn't yet been confirmed.
American theatrical producer Kevin McCollum and Fox Stage Productions confirmed the news.
In a statement they said: "Mrs Doubtfire is such a beloved story, both laugh-out-loud hilarious and extremely moving.
"Getting this team together and crafting Mrs Doubtfire for the stage has been pure joy. We can't wait to get into production."
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