The SAG-AFTRA Foundation will open a new screening room and educational space in New York City on October 5 that will be named the Robin Williams Center for Actors, Broadcasters and Recording Artists in honor of the late actor-comedian. The...Show More Summary
Dwayne Johnson posts a humorous video deep within the jungle set of Jumanji, while confirming the sequel pays tribute to Robin Williams.
Studio note: Robin Williams is too hairy.
Perhaps channeling his inner Robin Williams, Late Late Show Host James Corden, along and the guys from A League Of Their Own, joined the Rams Cheerleaders performance during the Seahawks game. Let’s go to the video, and another at this link. Someone infiltrated the @RamsNFL cheerleading squad! Silly @JKCorden. ???? #MobSquad pic.twitter.com/ebb6tterNe [...]
Remember Jumanji? Of course you do, the 1995 Robin Williams fantasy film about a magical, dangerous board game discovered by two unsuspecting modern day teens is a childhood classic for Millennials. Well, 22 years later they're making a new one! Kevin Hart is in it, and he shared the first photo from the set. Show More Summary
The promises have been made, the actors have been cast, and now filming is underway on Jumanji, a semi-continuation of the beloved 1995 movie of the same name starring Robin Williams
You know another "Jumanji" is coming in 2017, right? It's a "continuation" of the 1995 Robin Williams/Kirsten Dunst movie, and it's now filming with "Central Intelligence" co-stars Kevin Hart and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, plus JackShow More Summary
Jamie Dornan might be swinging his sword around in a movie soon. No, not that one, but in the upcoming Robin Hood: Origins. The Fifty Shades of Grey star is in final talks to join the movie as William Scarlett, Variety reports. For those unfamiliar with the British legend, or ... More »
Lloyd I. Sederer, MD When celebrities take their lives that makes the news. Some page one people have included Robin Williams (age 63), Kurt Cobain (27), Junior Seau (43), Marilyn Monroe (36), Vincent Van Gogh (37), Hunter Thompson (67), Sylvia Plath (30), Virginia Woolf (59), Ernest Hemingway (61), and others we have known and admired. Show More Summary
We’re always saddened when a favorite celebrity dies. But somehow the death by suicide of actor/comedian Robin Williams has felt like a sucker-punch to the gut. How could someone so seemingly full of life, someone who lit up so manyShow More Summary
The 27-year-old actress talks about her father, and discusses her role in the harrowing Lifetime movie "Girl In The Box."
Actor and “SNL” alum Chevy Chase has checked himself into the same rehab center where Robin Williams was treated in 2014, TMZ.com reports. The story cites a representative for Chase, reporting that Chase is an in-patient at the Minnesota facility. “The...
Chevy Chase has checked into rehab again... a rep for the comedian tells TMZ. Chevy is an in-patient at Hazelden Addiction Treatment Center in Minnesota... the same place Robin Williams was treated in 2014. The rep tells us Chevy is getting…
Jang has shot images of many notable celebrities, and shows off pictures he took of William Burroughs and Robin Williams. [ more › ]
Last week, it was reported that Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke clapped back hard at that Blurred Lines lawsuit — appealing the verdict that they committed copyright infringement against Marvin Gaye's Got to Give It Up. Throughout the drawn out court battle, the singers expressed the sentiment that paying homage to an earlier era and making [...]
Composer Hans Zimmer, crooner R. Kelly, and members of such bands as the Go-Go's, the Black Crowes, Linkin Park, and Three 6 Mafia are supporting Pharrell Williams, Robin Thicke, and T.I. in their appeal in the ongoing legal disputeShow More Summary
There has been a lot of chatter about a Jumanji remake, and now it's officially happening! While no one can replace Robin Williams's beloved character, the upcoming movie definitely looks promising. Not only does it have a stellar cast lined up (hello, Dwayne Johnson), but it also seems like it will do the original film justice. Show More Summary
More than 200 musicians have signed a legal brief supporting Pharrell Williams’ appeal of the $5.3-million judgment handed down against him and Robin Thicke in 2015 after a jury decided that their hit, “Blurred Lines,” was lifted from Marvin Gaye’s 1977 song “Got to Give It Up.” That verdict stunned...
The good news for Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke is that their 2013 track, “Blurred Lines,” is still being talked about all these years and pop songs later. The bad news is that most of the chatter has been about the copyright lawsuit...Show More Summary
Over 200 recording artists, spanning genres and decades of popular music, saw Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams in legal trouble and realized their own art could be adversely affected by a 2015 legal ruling that went against the two pop stars. So they lent their signatures to an amicus brief filed on ... More »