"Getting fan letters from creepy old men when you’re a child – that messes you up,” says Matilda star Mara Wilson.
The former child stars of Mrs Doubtfire were all smiles yesterday as they were reunited with Pierce Brosnan 25 years after the classic comedy hit screens.
Trump was chosen by the public as the young heroine's modern-day nemesis, in a new poll to celebrate Matilda's 30 anniversary.
Danny DeVito took an unfinished version of the movie ‘Matilda’ for its star Mara Wilson’s mother to see before she died. Wilson was appearing on the ‘Lorraine’ show yesterday, talking about her book ‘Where Am I Now?’ when she revealed her co-star’s touching gesture.
As everyone knows, being a child star is a pretty perilous business. Mara Wilson knows this better than most, having appeared in movies like ‘Mrs Doubtfire’, ‘Miracle On 34th Street’ and ‘Matilda’, all before she was 10-years-old. “I think that’s why a lot of child actors think they need to re-invent themselves, especially young women.
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