Amid all the celebrations and laughter during Sunday night's 2014 Emmy Awards, there was one larger-than-life presence that was sorely missed: the late, great Robin Williams. And following the annual In Memoriam segment to honor the famous faces we've lost over the last year, Billy Crystal took the stage to honor his longtime friend and fellow comedian in a moving and heartfelt tribute.
The best way to remember Robin Williams, one of the best actors of his generation and one of the best comedic minds of all-time, is through his work. To pay tribute, we put together this video tribute to the man and his movies.
A choked-up Jimmy Fallon took to 'The Tonight Show' last night to pay tribute to the recently passed Robin Williams, a highly emotional affair that should help squeeze one last round of tears out of Williams' many shocked and saddened fans.
Picking our favorite Robin Williams movie is like a parent picking their favorite child. You just can't do it. Thankfully, we don't have to pick our favorite because there are many movies readily available to satisfy our desire to watch movies from the late, legendary actor.
Robin Williams lived to make others laugh and bring joy into their lives - to celebrate his incredibly life it only seems fitting to remember our favorite movies of his and how special they are to our hearts.
With so many comedy hits of the past getting supposed follow ups ('Ghostbusters 3,' the 'Twins' sequel 'Triplets') it's no surprise that 'Mrs. Doubtfire 2' is being prepped, with both star Robin Williams and director Chris Columbus set to return for more cross-dressing hijinks.
Robin Williams is hoping that when it comes to matrimony, “third time’s a charm.”
The 60-year-old, who finalized his divorce with his second wife Marsha Garces last year, walked down the aisle on Sunday with graphic designer Susan Schneider in Napa Valley, CA, in front of famous friends such as Steven Spielberg, George Lucas and Billy Crystal.
Over its 83 years, the Academy Awards ceremony has produced hundreds of memorable, inspirational and surprising moments. The coveted Oscar statuette instigates cinema's elite to cry, kiss, scream and "exercise." With emotions running high and the tension thick, there is no telling what will happen during the upcoming February 27th show. Maybe even something that will knock one of the fol