Became known the last will of Robin Williams
Animation, the Disney Studio for 25 years since the death of famous actor Robin Williams will not be able to remove any continuation of the animated film "Aladdin". Prohibition on creating third sequel imposes a contract of the deceased artist and his last will. This is probably due to long-time Williams incident with the employees of the company.
Many fans of the animated picture "Aladdin" once upon a time are expecting the release of the third sequel of the legendary cartoon. It turns out that the creation of the upcoming part, it is impossible for another 24 years. This was the will of Robin Williams, whose voice was used in the Studio voicing one of the characters - the Genie.
Work on the animated cartoon "Aladdin" was performed in early 90's. the 1st animated picture, was released in 1992, but the material recorded by Robin Williams, even enough to create and the 3rd sequel of the famous cartoon. And yet, the Disney Studio can't do for 25 years - this is stated in the terms of the contract of Robin Williams, and his will.
Apparently, it is the decision of the famous comedian from the old incident of the artist and the Studio. According to the first to the agreement on the scoring of the Genie, Disney was forbidden to use this character for marketing purposes. And yet, employees of the Studio had violated this prohibition.
Remember, Robin Williams was found dead on August 11, 2014 at 11:55 local time in your own home in the Tiburon metropolis. According to the forensic experts, "on the body were signs of strangulation on the neck was found a belt". This allowed to conclude that the famous artist has carried out suicide. A few days after the death of Williams, his widow Susan Schneider said that he is extremely experienced in the investigation was found of Parkinson's disease.
But, as we were informed Days.Roux, the artist was not suffering from a terrible disease. The diagnosis made by the American artist, was medical error. This is the conclusion of the pathologist after the autopsy.