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Good Morning, Chicago was a planned sequel to the 1987 comedy film Good Morning, Vietnam. Robin Williams was to return for the lead role and Barry Levinson would return as director.

Premise

The film would feature Adrian Cronauer as a journalist at the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago, Illinois.[1]

Why It Was Cancelled

  1. The only known reason as to why the film was cancelled is because there were disagreements between Williams, Levinson, and The Walt Disney Company over the film's direction.

Result

  • The film was permanently cancelled.

References

  1. Vulture 26 May 2011 - The Comedy Sequels That Never Happened
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