Gus Van Sant’s Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far On Foot took its Sundance bow at the Eccles last night, introducing the Park City crowd to the tragic story behind Portland, OR cartoonist John Callahan. An alcoholic since his childhood years,...Show More Summary
Billy Crystal, David Letterman and Williams' son Zak touchingly describe the actor's endless love of entertaining.
The adventure comedy "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle" is a sequel, and in some respects a soft reboot, of the original 1995 "Jumanji" that starred Robin Williams. The new... For more, visit our blog !
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For more than two decades, Sony has tried to crack a sequel to the Robin Williams holiday hit Jumanji. The movie, based on the 1981 Chris Van Allsburg Caldecott Medal winning picture book, opened on Dec. 15, 1995 –the same hot zoneShow More Summary
Rec & Park commission’s unanimous vote makes it final By a unanimous vote on Thursday, the San Francisco Recreation & Parks Commission officially changed the name of Golden Gate Park’s Sharon Meadow to Robin Williams Meadow. The vote was not a surprise, as officials have seemed agreeable to the idea all year. Show More Summary
The San Francisco Recreation and Parks Commission voted unanimously Thursday to name what’s long been known as Sharon Meadow — a wide, grassy lawn on the east end of Golden Gate Park — after the late comedian and actor Robin Williams. The...Show More Summary
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle has a board game and a reference to Robin Williams's character in the preceding film, but any other connections to the original? Nope, that's about it. From its violence and heavy action sequences to its...
It’s very difficult to to separate Jumanji with the late Robin Williams. Naturally, in order to draw new interest into this sequel, casting the Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson was a no-brainer. Going into the film, a common expectation will be how does this Jumanji compare to the 1995 version. Show More Summary
Hannah Goldfield on the interior-design and architecture firm Roman and Williams and its founders, the husband-and-wife team Robin Standefer and Stephen Alesch.
It’s hard to say whether “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle,” about a group of teenagers who turn into videogame characters, is a sequel to the 1995 Robin Williams hit “Jumanji,” a remake, a reboot, or something else. But it’s definitely...Show More Summary
Before you go see the Rock in the sequel Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, maybe you should see the original 1995 movie Jumanji with Robin Williams. Or maybe you could save the time and just see the new Honest Trailer for it. (YouTubeShow More Summary
Movies about inspirational teachers are common, but in the 1989 film Dead Poets Society, that teacher was Robin Williams. And it takes someone very different to make studying poetry in prep school inspirational. William's character John Keating ecourages his students to think (and act) outside of the box, which draws the ire of school administration. Show More Summary
Don’t consider “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” a straight remake of the 1995 Robin Williams board game adventure film. It’s more of a spiritual sequel or reimagining, loosely based on the same Chris Van Allsburg book. If it was a jungle in there for Williams, it's a jungle out there for Dwayne...
While promoting Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, Kevin Hart says he'd like to remake the Robin Williams classic Mrs. Doubtfire.
Kevin Hart is bringing his signature comedic timing to the new Jumanji movie, but it turns out there's another classic Robin Williams movie he feels like he'd like to explore.
Dwayne Johnson is a jungle VIP in this entertaining sequel to the much-loved Robin Williams caper.
Tom Hanks, Robin Williams, Adam Sandler, David Duchovny, John Travolta and Dustin Hoffman took different paths to stardom. But the actors’ journeys all have one article of clothing in common. Each of them, at some point, said yes to the dress. Hanks and the others have all appeared in sketches...
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Diane Kruger lost a bet about her new film In The Fade and ended up with tattoo! The 41-year-old actress stepped out at a SAG-AFTRA Foundation conversation about the film on Tuesday (December 5) at The Robin Williams Center in New York City. Diane recently revealed that she made a bet with the film’s director [...]