Melbourne: Fans of late Robin Williams might be disappointed as they won't be able to hear his voice as 'The Genie' again, as the actor's will had prevented Disney from using his name, taped performances or voice recordings for 25 years after his death.
Robin Williams. Pic/Santa Banta
According to the sources, a former Disney executive reveled that there was enough excess material from Williams' 1991 recording sessions to constitute a fourth performance as the Genie in a new 'Aladdin' film, News.com au reports.
However, the 'Good Will Hunting' actor's will has ditched Disney's plans of Aladdin¿s sequel.
Williams, who had starred in films including 'Jumanji', 'Boulevard', 'The Fisher King', had passed away on August 11, 2014.
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