By Ken Lombardi

(CBS NEWS) – It’s time for more run-by fruitings with “Mrs. Doubtfire.”

A sequel to the 1993 hit comedy starring Robin Williams and set in the Bay Area is now in the works, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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Both Williams and director Chris Columbus are expected to return for the new installment, with “Elf” screenwriter David Berenbaum working on the script.

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Based on British author Anne Fine’s 1987 young adult novel “Madame Doubtfire,” the current “Crazy Ones” cast member starred in the original as a divorcee who dresses in drag and dons a Scottish nanny persona in order to spend more time with his kids.

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