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How Adam Sandler, Robin Williams, And Films Like 'Ted 2' Helped Legalize Gay Marriage

As we all debate the so-called “disappointing” $33 million debut weekend of Ted 2, there is a discussion to be had over whether the film opening on the very day that the Supreme Court struck down “gay marriage bans” across the nation was an example of good or bad timing. [...]

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Marvin Gaye's "Give It To Me"--recently given renewed fame as the alleged model of Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams' "Blurred Lines"--went to number one on the U.S. charts on this...

See the trailer for 'Boulevard,' Robin Williams' final onscreen role

"Boulevard" showcases Williams' dramatic side, previously seen in award-winning films like "Dead Poets Society," "Awakenings" and "Good Will Hunting."

WATCH: Exclusive Clip of Robin Williams As A Closeted Gay Man in Heartbreaking Final On-Screen Film ‘Boulevard’

6 days agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

At the time of his passing in August 2014, Robin Williams left behind four unreleased films – the last of which, Boulevard, centers on married man Nolan Mack (Williams) who slowly begins to confront and accept his suppressed self after...Show More Summary

What Do ‘Doctor Who’, ‘The Walking Dead’ And ‘Image Comics’ All Have In Common?

David Tennant (Doctor Who) and Steven Yeun (The Walking Dead) are set to star in the upcoming Image Comics animated movie, Chew. The part David Tennant will be voicing was originally set to be cast to Robin Williams before his suicide last year. Show More Summary

David Tennant Replaces Robin Williams In Comic Book Adaptation Chew

What is turning out to be a nerd-dream come true, former Doctor Who star David Tennant has now joined Felicia Day as well as Walking Dead star Steven Yeun for an animated adaptation of the critically-acclaimed Image Comic, Chew. TheShow More Summary

Robin Williams Is A Closeted Husband In The Trailer For “Boulevard,” His Final Film

last weekLGBT / Gay : NewNowNext

“For me it was about letting go and holding on, the weird push and pulls of life."

Jack Rollins, manager of Woody Allen, Billy Crystal and others, dies at 100

Without Jack Rollins, the world may never have learned of the talents of Harry Belafonte, Woody Allen or Robin Williams. Mr. Rollins, whose management agency made stars of many comedians, musicians and other performers for decades, died June 18 at his home in New York City. He was 100.Read full article >>

Jack Rollins Dies At 100 – Legendary Talent Manager Nurtured Ageless Comedians Like Robin Williams, Woody Allen

Jack Rollins, the talent manager who nurtured multiple ageless comedians including Robin Williams, Woody Allen, David Letterman and many others, passed away on Thursday. He was 100. Rollins and his longtime business partner, Charles Joffe can be attributed to help the golden age of versatile comedy come to life. Show More Summary

COMIC REEL: David Tennant joins "Chew" cast; first look at AMC's "Fear the Walking Dead"

"Doctor Who" alum joins "Chew" cast in role that once belonged to Robin Williams, first look at "Fear the Walking Dead," the latest on "Ant-Man," and news regarding a possible "Hulk" movie.

A Trailer For BOULEVARD…Featuring Robin Williams’ Touching Final Performance…

Arriving in July... Read the full article on AICN Here’s a trailer for BOULEVARD, arriving July 10 via what I understand to be a somewhat limited release pattern.    Unless I’m misremembering, I believe this is the final on-screen performance...Show More Summary

Legendary Hollywood Producer and Manager Dead at 100 — He Was Behind Careers of Woody Allen, Robin Williams, David Letterman and Other Comedy Stars

A legendary Hollywood figure who was behind a string of major comedy stars has died. The New York Times reports that Jack Rollins, who was Woody Allen’s longtime manager and a producer on most of Allen’s films, died Thursday at...

Robin Williams Falls In Love With A Male Prostitute In His Final Film, Boulevard

last weekLGBT / Gay : Queerty

Undoubtedly set for tear-jerker status, Robin Williams’ final dramatic performance sees him playing a closeted gay man trying to find his authentic self, falling in long with a male prostitute along the way. The film was first shown to positive reviews at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York just weeks before the actor’s death, and […]

Watch Robin Williams in the Heartbreaking 'Boulevard' Trailer, His Final Onscreen Role

It's jarring to see Robin Williams in a movie trailer, so long after the actor's August 2014 death. And he's front and center in the new promo for "Boulevard," his final onscreen film role (he also voices a dog in the comedy "Absolutely...Show More Summary

See The Trailer For Boulevard, Robin Williams’ Final Onscreen Role

The new trailer will probably make you sad, and for more reasons than just being reminded that Robin is gone. More » See The Trailer For Boulevard, Robin Williams’ Final Onscreen Role is a post from Crushable - Entertainment, Hot Guys, Movies and Celebrity News.

Robin Williams’ Final Film “Boulevard” Drops New Trailer: Watch Here!

It’s coming up on the one-year anniversary of Robin Williams' death and now Starz Digital has unveiled the preview trailer for his final movie “Boulevard.” Also starring Kathy Baker, Bob Odenkirk and Roberto Aguire, the dramatic flick...Show More Summary

TRAILER: Boulevard

last weekLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

Via Pink News: A trailer has been released for Boulevard – the last film completed starring late actor Robin Williams. The drama, which sees Robin Williams play a married man who falls in love with a gay prostitute, struggled to find a distributor to bring it to cinemas – and has remained unreleased ever since. Show More Summary

Boulevard Trailer: Robin Williams' Final Role Will Make You Cry

Robin Williams made a tremendous career of excelling in dramatic and comedic roles, both deep and inspiring and most of all entertaining. His final dramatic turn in Boulevard looks to be no exception. And though the actor passed away...Show More Summary

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