Posts Tagged ‘Robin Williams’
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Robin Williams’ Will Kiboshes Plans For New Aladdin Sequel

by Peter Paltridgeon November 9, 2015
It’s rumored that there are hundreds of hours of unreleased material that Robin Williams performed in improv for the Genie in the original Aladdin film (and maybe even some from the third). And now we may never hear most of it. According to the Times of London, the exact wording of Williams’ will has “forbidden […]

Nintendo Mulling Over Robin Williams Zelda Tribute Character

by Alex Beanon August 18, 2014
After an online petition raised over 100,000 signatures, Nintendo America is mulling over the possibility of naming a non-playable character in an upcoming “Legends of Zelda” video game as a tribute to recently deceased actor-comedian Robin Williams who was a fan of Nintendo games and named his daughter Zelda. Williams was also a fan of […]


Disney Schedules Aladdin-Fest This Weekend For Robin Williams Tribute

by Alex Beanon August 14, 2014
As a tribute to the recently deceased actor-comedian Robin Williams, Disney has announced they will schedule four showings of his signature movie for them – 1992’s “Aladdin” where Williams provided the voice and personality of the Genie – on three of their network channels. Williams famously agreed to voice the Genie character with a handshake […]

Robin Williams 1951-2014

by Dan Collinson August 12, 2014
The Hollywood Reporter has reported that Oscar-winning actor and comedian Robin Williams has died today from an apparent suicide.  He was 63. A successful stand-up comedian, Williams achieved nationwide fame as Mork, an alien from the planet Ork on an episode of Happy Days.  Williams later played Mork in the Happy Days spinoff Mork & Mindy […]


Night At The Museum 3 Gets A Creepy Crawley

by Alex Beanon November 14, 2013
The third installment in the family film franchise “Night at the Museum 3” is based in London and will have Dan Stevens playing Camelot knight Sir Lancelot. Stevens has gained fame as former country lawyer but now very dead Matthew Crawley in the television series “Downton Abbey” and will be joining Jerry Stiller, who will […]