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Legal advice to musicians, after "Blurred Lines": pretend you have no influences

last weekHumor / odd : Boing Boing

It's been two years since Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke lost a lawsuit brought by Marvin Gaye's descendants, who argued that their song "Blurred Lines" infringed Gay's 1977 song "Got to Give It To You," not because it copied the music per se, but because it copied its "vibe." (more…)

Pac Heights Socialites, Robin Williams's Son Introduce The 'Hermès of Marijuana' to SF

Dede Wilsey’s son Todd Traina and his wife apparently played co-host to the launch party for luxury marijuana brand Beboe. [ more › ]

You Can Call Me Old Glory - Weekly Reading Links - July 7th, 2017

Hope you had a happy 4th of July - grilled out, saw some fireworks. Here's a video of Robin Williams reminding us that it's never a bad time to feel patriotism. Here is a peek at what I've been reading...

Trailer for the New Jumanji Stars Jack Black and Dwayne Johnson

This latest ’80s – ’90s thing getting a revival? Jumanji! The ’95 Robin Williams movie about a board game come to life is getting a creative overhaul present day — Jumanji is now an old video game, and instead of taking over the world, it just sucks in the four high schoolers who happen to find it. Show More Summary

Jumanji is a Video Game in First Trailer for Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle

The premiere trailer for Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle reveals that the movie centers on students trapped within a cursed video game instead of a board game. In the original film starring Robin Williams, a group of players discovered an old board game by the name of Jumanji. Show More Summary

The Jumanji Remake Just Looks All Kinds Of Awful

Part of the fun of Jumanji was, apart from the fact that Robin Williams was in the film, was its seeming plausibility. Opening a board game and finding the horrors inside made sense. The Jumanji remake, titled Welcome to the Jungle, starts with a bunch of kids finding something that looks like a ColecoVision. It doesn't get better from there. More »      

Watch the first trailer for The Rock’s ‘Jumanji’ remake

If you loved Robin Williams' 1995 Jumanji, and you’ve been looking forward to a worthy remake, then The Rock’s version might just be the thing you were waiting for. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle puts a different spin on the old Jumanji...Show More Summary

Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle Trailer & Poster Bring The High Jungle Adventure

Jumanji is one of those movies that played a key role in a lot of childhoods. Not only was the flick unexpectedly thrilling for a PG movie at the time, it also starred the late and great Robin Williams in a time when his involvement in anything meant great things to us. Show More Summary

The “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” Trailer is Fantastic

Okay, I need to be honest about something – I did not love the original Jumanji. I have always been a Robin Williams fan and I rarely hate a good adventure flick but something inside me just didn’t connect with that … More » The post The “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” Trailer is Fantastic appeared first on EveryJoe.

The Trailer for the New Jumanji Reveals It’s Actually About the Fantasy of Being “the Rock”

Before you argue that this movie is going to “ruin your childhood,” let's be clear: Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle is not a remake of the 1995 adventure flick in which Robin Williams helps a couple of tweens complete a magical board game that unleashes unwieldy, frightening animals and wild life upon their quiet New Hampshire town. Show More Summary

The First Trailer For Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle Is Action-Packed And Hilarious

Fans of the original Jumanji became more than a little concerned when they learned the classic Robin Williams movie was getting a sequel. Now, we finally have an idea what the actual movie will look like.


3 weeks agoHumor / odd : Badass Digest

Featuring the voices of Robin Williams and Monty Python. Read more...

Fascinating Photographs of Robin Williams as a Cheerleader for the Denver Broncos Football Team in 1979

Ever the comedian, Robin Williams was never one to be afraid of doing something new, here he can be seen debuting as the first male cheerleader for the Denver Broncos in 1979. The late actor briefly joined the Broncos cheering squadShow More Summary

A remarkable ensemble: Janacek's Jenufa at Grange Park Opera's new home

Janacek: Jenufa - Grange Park Opera - Natalya Romaniw, Susan Bullock (Photo Robert Workman) Janacek Jenufa; Natalya Romaniw, Susan Bullock, Nicky Spence, Peter Hoare, dir: Katie Mitchell / Robin Tebbutt, cond: William Lacey; Grange Park...Show More Summary

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