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RIP Robin Williams
August 11th, 2014 under Robin Williams. [ Comments: none ]






Robin Williams passed away today of a suspected suicide at the age of 63 according to KRON.
This is a hard obit for me to write because he was one of the first celebrities I ever had a crush on. He was so ahead of his time on Mork & Mindy, and changed the way comedy was done on television. After his show he went on to do films and wowed us over and over again both in comedies and drama. Movies like Popeye, The World According to Garp, Good Morning Vietnam, Dead Poets Society, The Fisher King, Hook, Aladdin, Toys, Mrs Doubtfire, The Birdcage, Good Will Hunting (which finally earned him the Oscar he so deserved), What Dreams May Come, Patch Adams, Death to Smoochy, Night at the Museum and Old Dogs to name a very few. Last year he returned to TV with The Crazy Ones, and once again he made us laugh once a week on the small screen.
Last year I got to talk to him when he was doing press for The Crazy Ones, and I was so taken back by humble he was. Here was a man who was one of the biggest personalities on TV and in film, and yet in person he was a man who appreciated that we were all in awe of him.
One of the things that stuck out in that scrum was how he said he loved Sci-fi movies. So I asked him why he hasn’t done any. He then reminded he did and it was called Bicentennial Man. He made a jokes and said, “I’ll make a mends for that later.” As we know he did not, nor did he get to make a good Sci-fi film; but he made so many other wonderful films for us to enjoy for ages and ages.
So today let’s remember him for those movies with a smile on our face. He might be gone but we will keep that big spirit of his alive forever.

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Robin Williams has a monkey on his back
July 22nd, 2014 under Robin Williams. [ Comments: none ]


Yesterday, was Robin Williams birthday and he got a special guest to help him celebrate. Everybody’s favorite monkey Crystal, who co-starred with him the Night at the Museum movies, was there to make his special day ever more special. And by the looks of his face, she did just that.
Seriously, it’s bananas how cute this photo is!

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Here comes the MasterChefs cooking down the aisle!
June 23rd, 2014 under Gordon Ramsay, Robin Williams. [ Comments: none ]


Tonight at 8p on Fox, the MasterChef competitors help a couple say I do by preparing their wedding meal, and one of the two teams wants to divorce one of their members before the ceremony even begins. If you have been watching the season so far, then you know they are out to get the captain, Stay-at-Home Dad Leslie, but do they have enough to get rid of him? Or will his team wind up winning the competition in spite of him?
Then once we know which team won the night, it is time for the pressure challenge. Just when you think you know what it is going to happen, the MasterChefs surprise not once but twice. And by the end of the night, one of the Chefs is tied to a steak and sent home. Yes, there was a hint in that previous sentence…
Tonight’s MasterChef is the best and most shocking one of the season, so you don’t want to miss it.

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Robin Williams feeds himself!
June 9th, 2014 under Robin Williams. [ Comments: none ]


Robin Williams Instagrammed this photo of himself feeding a Howler Monkey, and made a big reveal. That little guy at the San Fransisco Zoo is named after him! Which makes sense since both of them are covered from head to toe in fur and they are both too cute for words, so why shouldn’t they have the same name.
Seriously, can this photo be any more awwwwdorable? That is why I just had to share it with you.

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This might explain why Mrs Doubtfire is suddenly getting a sequel?
April 25th, 2014 under Robin Williams. [ Comments: none ]


Mrs Doubtfire made a cleaning last year, because the 1993 movie was the most aired film in basic cable. According to Variety it aired a whopping 66 times. Why this picture over Love Actually, The Breakfast Club, Star Wars and/or Forrest Gump to name a few, I don’t know. It could be because it was the 20th anniversary or it could be because people love it so much. Either way, I am sure it helped fuel the sequel that is in the works.
So I guess if we want a sequel to some of our other favorites, we have to convince the basic cable networks to air that film over and over and over again.
Which movie do you want to see over and over again on basic cable? I wouldn’t mind a third Eddie and the Cruisers!

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