Following reports that he was in talks to join the Jumanji remake, Dwayne Johnson has made the news Instagram-official (which is his version of making a relationship "Facebook official"). In addition to boarding the remake, Johnson reveals that he's "edging up" the script with his team, and just in case his involvement wasn't enough to soothe your fears, rest assured that The Rock has no intention of messing this one up.
There have been many tributes since Robin Williams' death only a few weeks ago. This is without question one of the most touching - at last night's Emmy Awards, Robin's frequent collaborator and close friend Billy Crystal gave a moving tribute to his friend. Watch:
To us, the public, Robin Williams seemed to have it all - fame, fortune, critical acclaim and a beautiful family. But we now know that he struggled with crippling depression. A topic that many people don't take seriously enough.
I loved Mrs. Doubtfire as much as everyone else. The Birdcage made me laugh out loud, too. But my very favorite Robin Williams movie, in fact one of my very favorite movies of all time, is one that not many people remember all that well - The Fisher King.
It was a weird day yesterday, August 11th, 2014. I started hearing the news while I was in the doctor's office about Robin Williams. I couldn't believe it. Could it really be true? And then a possible suicide.
After suffering a humiliating defeat with freshman comedy 'We Are Men,' CBS has taken a big leap forward with its other fall 2013 efforts. The network has given full-season orders to the Robin Williams- and Sarah Michelle Gellar-starring 'The Crazy Ones,' as well as Anna Faris-Chuck Lorre comedy 'Mom,' and the oft-maligned Will Arnett vehicle 'The Millers,' each of which rank as the most-watched n
We've seen Robin Williams in a lot of movies over the years and we remember him as Mork from "Mork & Mindy" and his "na-nu na-nu". Now he returns to TV in a brand new show "The Crazy Ones" on Thursday nights on CBS at 9:00 PM.