With the loss of Robin Williams, who died this week at age 63 from an apparent suicide, we lose not just one of the most talented actors of the past 35 years, but we also lose maybe the most interesting movie star of his era. He was at least two or three performers rolled into one; his broad, wacky comedy a far extreme from… Continue reading Remember Robin Williams with His 10 Best Movie Moments
Last September, EW‘s Lynette Rice sat down with Robin Williams to discuss his big return to network television. The series, which premiered 31 years after Mork & Mindy made the comedian a household name, was The Crazy Ones, a single-camera comedy about a brilliant, unfiltered ad exec (Williams, naturally) who runs an agency with his more uptight daughter (Sarah Michelle Gellar). The interview is poignant in light of both the fact… Continue reading Listen: Robin Williams on returning to TV for ‘The Crazy Ones’
“Saved by the Bell” may have been one of the biggest teen hits of the 1990s, but how would today’s teenagers react, 25 years later? Based on a video made by the Fine Brothers, confusion, amusement and a surprising amount of acceptance mark the reactions of most teens — including
“Game of Thrones” actress Maisie Williams.
Each of the kids watches the opening credits, some clips — including the infamous… Continue reading 'Game of Thrones' Maisie Williams and other teens watch 'Saved by the Bell'
You may not yet recognize the name Maisie Williams, but if you watch HBO’s Game of Thrones, you’re probably already a big, big fan. On it she plays Arya Stark, the quiet, sharp, badass-in-blooming who is impossible to root against.
Williams is slowly expanding beyond the blood-soaked world of Westeros, though, and her first major project outside of Game of Thrones is Heatstroke (available… Continue reading 'Game of Thrones' Actress Maisie Williams Talks 'Heatstroke' and Not Becoming a Spoiled Child Star