A new documentary talks about the incurable disease which afflicted Robin Williams when he killed himself in 2014. We spoke to director Tylor Norwood about what he found out.
Bradley Pierce says Robin Williams defended he and Kirsten Dunst over working hours.
Zelda Williams confirmed Monday that she’d be taking Tuesday, 11 August off of social media, as she does every year.
Zelda Williams is not here for the Trumps using her late father’s words for their own gain.
A newly-released trailer for the film features interviews with doctors and the late actor's wife, Susan Schneider Williams.
Nearly six years later, the shocking death of beloved comedian and film and television star Robin Williams continues to sting.
The estate of the late comedian Robin Williams has launched an official YouTube channel, featuring classic clips of some of his most memorable stand-up shows.
The third 'Jumanji' movie is already raking in positive reviews and box office dollars, so where will the franchise go next?
Zelda Williams shared the happy news and photos from her brother Cody's wedding on July 21, which would have marked Robin's 68th birthday.
The Men in Black star, who takes on the role in the live action version of the film, spoke at its premiere in London.
Stars of classic comedy movie Mrs Doubtfire paid a touching tribute to the memory the late of Robin Williams on US TV yesterday.
Making the harrowing holocaust drama Schindler's List was at times a gruelling ordeal for director Steven Spielberg.
Mork & Mindy actress Pam Dawber has said that Robin Williams did 'the grossest' things to her while on the set of the US sitcom, including frequently flashing and groping her.
With 'Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle' hitting cinemas shortly, Yahoo Movies UK discovers some cool facts about the original.
Robin Williams really wanted to join ‘Harry Potter’. During an interview with The Huffington Post, ‘Harry Potter’ casting director Janet Hirshenson revealed that the legendary actor and comedian was refused a role due to his nationality. According to Hirshenson, the film’s producers had decided upon a ‘Brits Only’ rule when it came to casting ‘Harry Potter’.
The San Francisco home that housed Robin Williams’ classic 90s comedy ‘Mrs Doubtfire’ has been sold for an eye-watering £3.1 million, thanks to its place in Hollywood history. It’s where, in the film, Williams’ desperate father decides to dress and act as a Scottish nanny so he can spend more time with his children during a messy divorce that’s kept them apart. Located on Steiner Street in San Francisco, Califronia, the late 19th century building has four bedrooms, an office, three and a half bathrooms, many other spacious rooms and a view of San Francisco bay.
After the auction triples expected sales, details emerge about the bikes that netted the most bids and the highest prices.
In addition to making people laugh, Robin Williams enjoyed riding bikes. He rode through the San Francisco hills. He rode through the NYC streets. He rode with Greg LeMond and Lance Armstrong. Now, two years after his death, a portion of the Good Will Hunting star’s vast bike collection is being auctioned off for charity by his children.
The house on a hill from Mrs Doubtfire is coming up for sale… but it’s not cheap. It was, of course, made famous by Robin Williams’ performance as the father locked in a custody battle for his children who pretends to be their new nanny, Euphegenia Doubtfire. According to reports, he was welcoming to tributes to Williams and also to tourists who would visit the house, and is now retiring to the country.
The comedian’s transformation into Dr Seuss’s grumpy creation is extraordinary and earned make-up artists Rick Baker and Gail Rowell-Ryan an Oscar. Proving just how arduous it is to play a mutant, this is the second time Mystique has appeared on this list.