Monthly Archives: October, 2014


I’m keeping this blog going after Robin’s final movies are released. I hope someday, there will be a movie made about his life. I never know when I’ll think of something to post here. I wonder what actor would play him if they ever make a movie about his life. No, not Jim Carrey. I don’t think he’s funny at all.


Robin Williams’ children throw out first pitch of World Series Game 5

Robin’s son Zak throws the first pitch in World Series game.

For The Win

In a touching tribute before Game 5 of the World Series, the San Francisco Giants had the three children of the late Robin Williams out to throw the first pitch.

The video board played a tribute to the late actor and comedian, and then William’s son Zak, joined on the mound by his siblings Zelda and Cody, threw the pitch to Billy Crystal.

The Williams family issued this statement:

The team showed…

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Merry Friggin Christmas

Robin still has a few movies that are yet to be released. His latest movie Merry Friggin Christmas will be released in limited cities and video on demand November 7.

Mork and Mindy Season 4

Mork and Mindy season 4 will finally be released on DVD in December. I’m going to add this to my wish list. I don’t know why this wasn’t released when Robin was alive.

Robin Williams: Two famous roles that got away

Here are a few clips from Robin’s interview on SiriusXM from last year.

Hear & Now

He’s been Mork, Mrs Doubtfire, Genie in Aladdin, and other great roles on the comedic side of the spectrum. Then there’s his dramatic roles in Good Will Hunting and Patch Adams. But even for a star as big as Robin Williams, some roles slipped out of his hands and into the hands of other (also capable) actors. Listen to the clip to hear what Jack Nicholson and Jim Carey roles he was considered for.

It’s just too bad they can’t make the same movie twice, as good as the original actors were, we’d love to see Robin Williams take a stab at these characters! Below are a few more excperts from his SiriusXM Town Hall with moderator Whoopi Goldberg for Entertainment Weekly Radio.

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Memorial For Robin Williams

As you may know, Robin’s friends and family had a memorial for him on September 27, 2014. His close friend Billy Crystal opened the memorial in tears. I read Robin’s daughter Zelda organized the event which was only for his friends and family. There was not a public memorial for Robin. After all, he was a very private person and his family respects his final wishes. Sorry, I don’t have the link to the article but you may be able to find it by typing Robin Williams memorial into your browser.