Yes, Zelda Williams has seen the viral video of the actor impersonating her dad.
While criticism of Prince Harry is being flung fast and furiously, it's not going to silence him — nor should it, says Oprah Winfrey.
Director says he believes Disney destroyed Williams's outtakes from the movie, addresses late actor's use of 'spoken Blackface' in the 1987 hit and the never-made sequel.
The actor also opens up about working with Denzel Washington and addresses ex Uma Thurman's experiences with Harvey Weinstein.
Zak, the eldest child of the late Robin Williams, and his fiancée Olivia June tied the knot on Saturday
"He said to me, 'Does this mean we're separated?' That was a really shocking moment," said Susan Schneider Williams of the doctors' orders, which were meant to help the actor's insomnia
Susan Schneider Williams says her husband, who was unknowingly suffering from Lewy body dementia, told her, "I just want to reboot my brain."
Zelda Williams confirmed Monday that she’d be taking Tuesday, Aug. 11 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.
Zelda Williams announced Tuesday that she’d be paying tribute to her late father on his 69th birthday by donating $69.69 to homeless shelters.
Nearly six years later, the shocking death of beloved comedian and film and television star Robin Williams continues to sting.
Robin Williams made his big screen debut in little-seen 1977 comedy “Can I Do It ‘Till I Need Glasses?”Williams made several appearances doing sketches on 1977’s “The Richard Pryor Show”Quirky comedy series “Mork and Mindy” premiered in 1978 and put Williams on the map.Christopher Reeve presented Williams with a People’s Choice Award for Favorite Male Performer for “Mork and Mindy” in 1979.Robin Williams was received his first Oscar nomination for his role in 1987’s “Good Morning, Vietnam.”O Captain! My captain! Robin Williams captivated a young audience by playing an unorthodox professor in 1989’s “Dead Poets Society.”“Mrs Doubtfire” was released in 1993 and remains one of Williams’ most iconic roles.“There you are, Peter.” Robin Williams played a grown up Peter Pan returning to Neverland in 1991’s “Hook.”Williams memorably voiced the Genie in Disney’s animated classic “Aladdin,” which came out in 1992.Williams went dark and twisted for Mark Romanek‘s 2002 cult favorite thriller “One Hour Photo.”Williams played a wild man returning to civilization as a result of a board game gone very wrong in 1995’s “Jumanji.”Williams celebrating his Oscar win for “Good Will Hunting” in 1998 with Matt Damon and Ben Affleck, who also won Oscars for Best ScreenplayWilliams played Teddy Roosevelt in 2006’s “Night at the Museum” and reprised the role in the 2009 sequel. The threequel, “Secret of the Tomb,” is set for release in December.Read original story Remembering Robin Williams: A Life and Career in Pictures (Photos) At TheWrap
The estate of the late comedian has launched an official YouTube channel featuring classic comedy clips and interviews with his friends.
While we’re not yet sure what will go down at Sunday’s Academy Awards, it’s safe to predict that the Best Supporting Actress winner will not take the stage and declare herself “so in love” with her brother.
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.
Williams' son opened up about his father's emotional battles ahead of what would have been his 68th birthday.
Oscar-winning screenwriter Eric Roth shares stories from the making of "Forrest Gump" as the hit film celebrates milestone anniversary and defends the film's portrayal of mental disability.
The new "Aladdin" film faced a formidable challenge in adapting the cartoon's bright blue Genie for a live-action version.