Ever since Marvin Gaye’s family won a court case against Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams over “Blurred Lines,” it seems the music industry has become even more litigious than ever. Case in point- Ed Sheeran is now being sued by HaloSongs...Show More Summary
Last year, a judge ordered “Blurred Lines” writers Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams to pay a staggering $7.3 million in damages to Marvin Gaye’s family for ripping off Gaye’s “Got To Give It Up.” The number was reduced to a meagerShow More Summary
“Farewell Mr. Bunting” is a Saturday Night Live sketch that parodies the final scene of the 1989 film Dead Poets Society starring Robin Williams. The sketch stars Fred Armisen as poetry teacher Mr. Bunting who receives a final send off from his former students. The sketch aired during the show’s May 21, 2016 season finale, hosted […]
When you think of "Dead Poets Society," blood is probably the last thing that comes to mind. "Saturday Night Live" just changed that. In a sketch titled "Farewell, Mr. Bunting," the comedy show gave the Robin Williams film "Dead Poets Society" an over-the-top bloody twist. Show More Summary
Dead Poets Society is a Robin Williams movie from 1989 about an English teacher at a private school who uses unorthodox teaching methods to reach his students who are over pressured by their parents and the school. In the most memorable...Show More Summary
The skit, titled "Farewell, Mr. Bunting," starred host and 'SNL' veteran Fred Armisen as Robin Williams' character in the 1989 film. read more
Model-turned-actress Emily Ratajkowski rose to fame after her topless appearance in Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams' controversial Blurred Lines music video back in 2013. Since then, the brunette beauty has graced the silver screen with her sex appeal — playing Ben Affleck's insatiable mistress in Gone Girl and Zac Efron's love interest in the disappointing DJ [...]
"You have my word, we will honor his name and the character of 'Alan Parrish' will stand alone and be forever immortalized in the world of Jumanji in an earnest and cool way."
Dwayne Johnson took to Instagram to share a bit about the Jumanji remake, and addresses Robin Williams' iconic role as Alan Parrish.
The wrestler-turned-movie star paid tribute to the late comedian through a photo posted Monday to Johnson's Instagram account.
"The love and respect I have for this man is boundless"
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson gives an update on the "Jumanji" reboot, promising to honor Robin Williams' legacy.
Ever since the plan to remake Jumanji was rumored years ago, fans have been worried about what a bad movie would do to the memory of the original. When Robin Williams passed away, it became bad taste in the minds of many movie fans to plan on remaking anything that the comedian starred in. Show More Summary
Kids love remakes, right? That seems to be one of the prevailing philosophies of modern Hollywood movie-making lately, but here’s a riddle for you: When is a remake not a remake? Apparently in the case of Jumanji, the new version – not reboot – of the 1995 Joe Johnston film. We know that the film […]
For any kid who grew up in the '90s, "Jumanji" on VHS was a sacred object deserving of the utmost reverence and monthly screenings. So, when news broke that the classic adventure film would receive the reboot treatment, longtime fans...Show More Summary
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Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson has officially started working on his Jumanji reboot, and took to Instagram to discuss the late Robin Williams, who starred in the original film. “An important thing that I want to be honest and bring up is Robin Williams. The love and respect I have for this man is boundless. You [...]
Last month brought news that this summer’s Central Intelligence stars Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart would star in Sony Pictures’ developing big screen remake of Jumanji. Since then, Johnson has been confirmed to produce and star in the film that will be directed by Bad Teacher and Sex Tape helmer Jake Kasdan. Show More Summary
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson shares how committed he is to honoring Robin Williams in the new "Jumanji" remake from Sony.
If you can smell what The Rock is cooking, then you know that Jumanji is on its way. Dwayne Johnson, also known as the Great One of World Wrestling Entertainment, has taken to Instagram to let fans know that he plans to bring magic to the big screen with the release of Jumanji. Show More Summary