Pierce Brosnan reunites with ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ kids 25 years later, and they look unrecognizable
"Mrs. Doubtfire" is an American classic and Pierce Brosnan celebrated the film's 25th anniversary by reuniting with three of his co-stars, who are all grown-up.
The 65-year-old met with Matthew Lawrence, Mara Wilson and Lisa Jakub in Los Angeles. Although the reunion was full of happiness, there was also some sadness over Robin William's absence.
Jakub, who played one of the children in the movie, took to her Instagram page to share the special moment with her fans and followers.
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A TIMELESS MASTERPIECE
The film will forever be a gem, not only for its humor but for also for its 'wow' factor. Unfortunately, the star of the movie, Williams, is no longer around, having taken his own life on August 11, 2014.
The fact that he wasn't a part of the reunion made the rest of the cast feel quite sad, but they managed to have a great time, especially since they hadn't seen each other in quite a while.
In the movie, Brosnan played the role of Stu, a dapper bachelor who courts Miranda (Sally Field), Daniel Hillard's (Robin Williams) wife after a nasty split between the two.
Wanting to spend more time with his children, William's character disguises himself as Euphegenia Doubtfire, a housekeeper, which leads to a series of hilarious situations.
The cast had a blast on the set, but even at the time, in 1993, Williams was already struggling with severe depression, and he was very open about it with Jakub, who was 14 back then.
According to the actress, she has also dealt with depression and having talked about it with William's seems to have taught her a lot about their common struggle.
LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON
Williams is often remembered as a kind and gentle man, and he appears to have passed those qualities to his son, Zak, who has spent quite some time behind bars helping inmates by teaching them the value of money.
Zak claimed that financial education is the 'cure' for those who are willing to kill another human being for $20, and that teaching them how to improve their financial status without committing a crime is of utmost importance.