Don't expect to hear Robin Williams voicing his iconic Genie character in any future Aladdin movies.
According to an unnamed Disney executive, the late actor's will includes a special clause that prevents the company's animation studios from reusing any of Robin's past Genie recording sessions in any follow-up films to the 1992 classic.
Robin's Genie character in 1992's Aladdin. (Photo Credit: R/R)
Robin — who sadly committed suicide at age 63 in August 2014 — allegedly recorded so many outtakes while filming the original Aladdin, Disney wanted to use his extra voiceovers for a new installment of the popular movie franchise, but the idea has since been scrapped.
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“When he was on form, the hyperactive motormouth we love from Good Morning Vietnam and Mrs. Doubtfire was making 30 jokes a minute,” the Disney executive told the Times of London. “Now, because he insisted on a final say on such material, [the jokes] will remain in the vaults.”
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