Seems like he's one jump ahead of Disney even in the afterlife.
As you may already know, the lengthy legal battle between Robin Williams' children and his wife Susan Williams finally came to an end at the beginning of October, and now more details about his will are surfacing.
Susan already spoke to GMA about the trouble she went through to protect his estate and her home, but now we're hearing what rules Robin laid out in regards to his work as an actor.
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Apparently, his will is extremely strict when it comes to those amazing Aladdin outtakes that we saw last month, to the point where the House of Mouse cannot use the clips in any future sequels.
Basically, this means Disney can't use audio that was recorded during Aladdin or Aladdin and the King of Thieves since Robin would have to be paid posthumously.
And what's the point of even trying to make another movie without the comedy legend's many voices?
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Looks like Aladdin will never have another friend like Genie after all.
Disney already announced plans for a live-action prequel called Genies, so it'll be interesting to see how the company manages this whole new world.
Would U watch an Aladdin sequel without Genie??
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