This week, NBC hosted a star-studded benefit to raise funds and awareness for a variety of children’s charities around the world. Taking a cue from Robin Williams’ antics in the film Patch Adams, the event was dubbed Red Nose Day and coaxed Twitter users to participate by posting photos of themselves wearing red noses, wherein…
Remembering one of Letterman's best guests with six manic clips and one heart-wrencher as the show comes to an end
Robin Williams will always be remembered as the improvisational genius that was forever present in the moment, and the only thing faster than his mouth was his mind. His speed and focus allowed him to feel the audience and change direction on the fly. Show More Summary
"For me it was about letting go and holding on, the weird push and pulls of life, when it comes to anything from a job to a relationship—the thin line," says director Dito Montiel.
San Francisco artist Andy Stattmiller created this wonderful set of Russian nesting dolls as a tribute to Robin Williams. Read the rest
It's been ten months since the world learned that comedy legend Robin Williams had taken his own life at his home in California. There have been dozens of conflicting reports regarding what might have driven a man who was so famously...Show More Summary
All we see is abs! Fabulous, fabulous abs! Ashley Tisdale's abdominal muscles are out of control on the cover of Health magazine! [ Related: Ashley Tisdale Called Out For Terrible Parking Job ] You can tell she really puts in work! Though it may be hard to focus on anything but her fit figure, the actress also talks about [...]
Robin Williams tragically took his own life, but his children’s private pain has been exacerbated by the newly uncovered secrets and lies at the hands of their own stepmother, RadarOnline.com… READ ON
Appearing on Bill Maher’s HBO show Friday night, actor/comedian Bill Crystal delighted in recounting a phone call he supposedly received from the late Robin Williams on the day of Ronald Reagan’s funeral in 2004. Crystal, now a star of FX’s The Comedians, impersonated Williams impersonating Reagan calling from Heaven and wondering why it was so hot.
The Robin Williams impersonator is back, and this time, he's adding George W Bush to his list of impressions.
Remember this guy? Jamie Costa, the impersonator who went viral with this tribute video to Robin Williams. Costa, from South Carolina and well-known for his Vine account, has been gaining social media speed since his tribute and he granted our wishes and delivered another video. But this time instead of just doing Robin Williams, he […]
Ever wonder what a conversation would be like between Gandalf, Robin Williams, George W. Bush and Matthew McConaughey? Wonder no more. Master impressionist Jamie Costa voices all of the above in "Gandalf and the Fellowship of Celebrities." Costa has gained attention recently for his spot-on impersonation of the late comedian Williams. Show More Summary
Actor Jamie Costa is back with a new video, once again wowing us with his amazing celebrity impressions. This time around, it’s a trip to Middle Earth. Costa impersonates Sir Ian McKellen’s Gandalf, asking who would like to join him on a quest. It’s an unlikely bunch of celebrities who volunteer to go along.
The comedian who went viral for his spot-on impression of the late actor Robin Williams is back with another impression—this time of a few famous people. In just under a minute, Jamie Costa pretends to be Sir Ian McKellen as Gandalf in the Lord of the Rings film series, former President George W. Bush and…
Well, Middle Earth was great while it lasted. Impressionist Jamie Costa painted a picture for us of what it would look like if Robin Williams, George W. Bush and Matthew McConaughey all formed a fellowship to help Gandelf destroy the ring. Show More Summary
"Almost Anything" is a good title, because it could be about almost anything and I'd still go see it just for the cast. Let's examine what's important about this movie: the late, great Robin Williams voices "Dennis the Dog." The not-late...Show More Summary
The late-actor Robin Williams' last film finds him playing a dog. How does such a thing happen? Oh, the usual way: A member of Monty Python tapped him on the shoulder during an award show and asked him. “I came to L.A. to receive an award," director Terry Jones told Deadline. Show More Summary
Two months after a jury found that singer Robin Thicke and producer Pharrell Williams infringed on Marvin Gaye's song "Got to Give it Up" in their 2013 hit "Blurred Lines," the legal fight drags on: Attorneys for the music stars are now demanding a new trial.
While the untimely death of comedian and actor Robin Williams was a shock to everyone, the actor left behind some pleasant surprises as well. As The Inquisitr reported earlier, the last film Robin Williams ever acted in will be released on July 17. Show More Summary
Aliens give Simon Pegg the gift of doing 'Absolutely Anything', but if he doesn't use it for good the planet will be destroyed.