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Robin Williams


Little Girl Saves Mom From Choking Because of Mrs. Doubtfire

Well, okay, it was also some stuff her grandfather taught her, but I’m not sure what’s more remarkable in this story, that a seven year old girl managed to perform the Heimlich maneuver on her mother, or that Mrs. Doubtfire is still relevant to seven year olds.


Once More With Feeling

Sarah Michelle Gellar and Robin Williams Team up To Kill Vampires – I Mean, Make a Sitcom

If Robin Williams and Sarah Michelle Gellar were to engage in a successful television phenomenon it would be a significant to return to television for both of them. Williams hasn’t been a television regular since Mork & Mindy, and while Gellar recently graced screens in Ringer, the show was short lived. And that’s what, according to Deadline, is happening.


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Benedict Cumberbatch to Star in What is Kinda-Sorta a New Monty Python Film

Benedict Cumberbatch has signed on to play the lead role in Absolutely Anything, about a school teacher who develops magical powers after being visited by aliens voiced by four of the members of Monty Python.

I… am not sure what to make of this.


Cautiously Optimistic

Sony Pictures Planning Jumanji Reboot

Before we dreamt of joining the intricate, hyper-realistic worlds depicted upon our gaming machines of choice, we dreamt of owning a copy of Jumanji. What, you mean you didn’t? Despite that board game being horrifying and potentially deadly, I always thought how fun it would be to summon an entire jungle with the roll of a dice, especially if I were playing with Robin Williams and Kirsten Dunst. And now, thanks to rumors of a Jumanji reboot mentioned by Doug Belgrad, President of Columbia Pictures, supernatural board game films may no longer be a genre of the past.


And Now For Something Completely Different

Shut Up And Take My Money: Monty Python and Robin Williams Are Making Sci-Fi

Absolutely Anything, based on a script that Terry Jones has been developing with Gavin Scott for two decades, may actually see production this spring. It tells the story of a few aliens and one human and, according to Variety, all those aliens are going to be voiced by the remaining living members of Monty Python, in a group venture the likes of which hasn’t been seen since 1998.

Also Robin Williams.


Great Moments in Advertising

Robin Williams And His Daughter, Zelda In A Commercial For Zelda

Robin Williams is a genius. He had a child in 1989 and named her Zelda knowing 22-years later it would make for amazing marketing opportunities. Ok, actually he named her that because he loved the video game so much but just go with it. You may remember the Williams’ previously advertised for Nintendo’s Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time in a saccharine sweet spot but this new one, for Four Swords, is even better because it features a stupendous transformation. I won’t spoil it for you – watch!

(via DigitalSpy)

Highly Successful Marketing Strategies

Robin Williams on The Legend of Zelda

No, we don’t remember Link having such an epic beard, either, but do you remember that it’s Father’s Day in the U.S. this weekend?

(via @thinkgeek.)