Evan Kowalski of Wyandotte, Michigan, saw the 1993 Robin Williams movie Mrs. Doubtfire with his family and loved it. He thought it was a the funniest thing ever. Months later, when his mother asked what theme he wanted for his 4th birthday party, Evan immediately said Mrs. Show More Summary
At just 3 years old, Evan Kowalski proved that he has fantastic taste in movies by falling in love with the iconic '90s Robin Williams movie Mrs. Doubtfire. His mom, Laura Kowalski, started showing the Michigan toddler some of her favorite...Show More Summary
Robin Williams and Bette Midler joined him. Midler won an Emmy for the show.
By Julie A. Fast Sometimes, people commit suicide and it does make some sense. It’s scary and upsets our world, but on a basic level we think we understand. The suicide of Robin Williams comes to mind. He had a history of depression and his health was failing. Show More Summary
For a long time, comedy has generally been considered too frivolous for the hallowed halls of academia — the stuff of clubs, not classrooms. But the University of Southern California is determined to shift that attitude, and now comedy legend Robin Williams will be a part of the change. On June...
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Have you ever wanted to see John C. Reilly play Travis Bickle in Taxi Driver? How about Ewan McGregor as Forrest Gump? Kevin Spacey as Dirty Harry? Zach Galifianakis playing Robin Williams’ character in Good Will Hunting? In this video, Ross Marquand does impressions of celebrity actors playing famous roles in movies they weren’t actually in. Show More Summary
When Robin Williams died in August of 2014 it was extremely difficult for his many fans to let the funnyman go, especially when it was revealed that Williams had a number of projects in the works that hadn't yet seen the light of day. Show More Summary
Robin Williams’ last film is finally coming to America, giving fans of the late comedian one more role to love. “Absolutely Anything,” a British sci-fi comedy starring master of the genre Simon Pegg, first premiered in 2015 in the U.K. Show More Summary
Three years after the unexpected death of Robin Williams, his final film is finally being released in the U.S. According to Deadline, Absolutely Anything will receive a theatrical release by Atlas Distribution Co. The film stars Simon Pegg as a...
According to Deadline, the last film Robin Williams made before his death finally has a U.S. release date. The movie is Absolutely Anything, and it stars Simon Pegg as a guy who gets godlike powers from aliens so they can determine if...Show More Summary
When legendary comedian and actor Robin Williams died in 2014, he left behind a wonderful legacy of entertainment for fans to remember him by. In addition to classic films like Dead Poets’ Society, Mrs. Doubtfire, Aladdin, Hook (don’t...Show More Summary
Robin Williams died on August 11, 2014, just three weeks after completing his work in the comedy "Absolutely Anything." According to Deadline, that film is finally getting a limited release in the U.S., as early as this month. "Absolutely...Show More Summary
Robin Williams fans will finally get to see his final performance as a talking dog in Absolutely Anything.
The bad news: the movie is actually rather terrible. The good news: Williams is probably the best thing about it. Read more...
Robin Williams is no stranger to the family-film-recut-as-horror-flick phenomenon, but this sideways take on Steven Spielberg’s 1991 movie Hook defies expectation by not exploiting the actor’s aggressive comedic style. Rather, YouTube...Show More Summary
It's been nearly three years since the world said goodbye to Robin Williams. However, the hilarious actor will be taking one final bow as his final film is finally seeing a theatrical release in North America.
From the time of its announcement, Absolutely Anything sounded like a comedy fan’s wet dream. It’s a new feature from Monty Python’s Terry Jones (who directed their Life of Brian and Meaning of Life, and co-directed Holy Grail), starring present-day Python torch carriers Simon Pegg and Eddie Izzard, plus vocal performances by Jones and his […]
Robin Williams’ movie, “Absolutely Anything,” which he filmed before he passed away, is slated to hit theaters in the United States on May 12. According to Entertainment Weekly, “Absolutely Anything” will be released nine months after it opened in the United Kingdom. The film will be distributed by...
Robin Williams left American audiences one last gift to enjoy, and it feels right that that gift is an extremely excitably, exuberantly horny pup named Dennis. The late actor lent his vocal talents to the British alien comedy Absolutely Anything, a Simon Pegg vehicle written and directed by Monty Python’s ... More »