Reunited with his cast during a 25th anniversary celebration at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival,Spielberg also spoke about how frustrating it was having to break from capturing the trauma of “Schindler’s List” to approving lighthearted "Jurassic Park" cuts.
On "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert," Matt Damon recalled "Good Will Hunting" and the memories that have now become bittersweet.
At a time when many stars are embroiled in controversy, Twitter users are offering up tiny anecdotes about celebs performing some small acts of kindness.
Wednesday’s episode of The Goldbergs started off with Adam’s mom, Beverly, a substitute teacher, watching Dead Poets Society and being inspired to inspire her students. While Barry was initially embarrassed by his mother’s antics, in the end, Beverly’s Robin Williams impression inspired her son to be a better student. Every show ends with actual footage from the real Goldberg family’s home movies, and this episode showed Barry graduating and on his way to medical school.
Eddie Murphy recently gave his first podcast interview to Awards Chatter, and talked about his long and prodigious career. In 2011, Murphy told Rolling Stone regarding his cultural impact, “…I’m the first black actor to take charge in a white world onscreen. On the podcast, Murphy said his Hollywood story is similar to another film icon.
Two years after the suicide of Robin Williams on Aug. 11, 2014, actress Sarah Michelle Gellar remembered her late friend and co-star in "The Crazy Ones" with some touching photos.
Villa Sorriso, the country home of Robin Williams, has finally been sold. (Photo: Joycerey.com; Getty Images, inset)
A big part of what made Disney’s Aladdin a worldwide hit was Robin Williams’s zany performance, filled with his trademark improvisational bursts. It turns out, the late Oscar winner gave makers of the 1992 animated classic more material than they could handle when he voiced the role of the big blue Genie. This new trailer (above) for the film’s upcoming “Diamond Edition” release provides a glimpse (at the 25-second mark) of the extensive genius outtakes by Williams that hit the cutting room floor and will be included on the Blu-ray.
It’s been nearly 23 years since Aladdin impressed a whole new world into the hearts and minds of moviegoers. The mood in the room was palpable, as a year has now passed since Robin Williams, who voiced Genie, died. “He was bigger than life,” recalled Aladdin animator Eric Goldberg, who made the memorable, gregarious blue character.