Twitter is debating what an NC-17 version of the movie Mrs. Doubtfire might look like after its existence was teased in a viral tweet.
The account @FactsOnFilm tweeted on Thursday (March 18) that there are multiple cuts of the beloved 1993 movie.
“While filming Mrs. Doubtfire (1993), Robin Williams improvised so much that there were PG, PG-13, R, and NC-17 cuts of the film,” the account said.
There are a lot of fans who are so excited over the prospect of an explicit version of the family film and many are comparing it to the Snyder cut of Justice League, which was released this week. Others are saying that an NC-17 version is likely very transphobic and would not be appropriate for people to see.
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I love Robin Williams. He was a genius. I miss him. I’m going to respectfully and gently offer that an NC-17 version of this is probably pretty damn transphobic. Not shaming anyone. Not saying you shouldn’t watch the film. Just asking folks to reflect on this a bit. https://t.co/dFjaB6Cgo9
— Charlotte Clymer 🏳️🌈 (@cmclymer) March 19, 2021
People are asking for the NC-17 cut to be released. Yeah right. This movie, like pretty much every comedy released before 2015 or so, would be condemned as bigoted, transphobic, etc etc. We cannot have comedies anymore in this culture. The woke scolds have ruined everything. https://t.co/T5UL1hAM0K
— Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) March 19, 2021