NEW YORK (AP) — One sure sign that Broadway is bouncing back is the arrival of new shows based on hit movies. The latest is “Mrs. Doubtfire” — a sweetly clumsy valentine to broken families from the mid-1990s that arrives in the fraught 2020s.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Marc Maron blazed the podcast industry trail attracting millions of listeners with his candid interviews of prominent figures such as Robin Williams, Eddie Murphy and President Barack Obama.
It's pretty clear after watching the new live-action "Aladdin" that doubts about Will Smith's casting as the Genie are overblown. It's the guy behind the camera who should be doubted. And stuffed into a small lamp forever.
NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — Adrian Cronauer, the man whose military radio antics inspired a character played by Robin Williams in the film "Good Morning, Vietnam," has died...
NEW YORK (AP) — When filmmaker Marina Zenovich sought to make a documentary about Robin Williams, she found that she could do it largely in the late comedian's own voice...
NEW YORK (AP) — We thought we knew them.
Anthony Bourdain was the brash, globe-trotting chef, Kate Spade the innovative and ebullient designer...
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A bronze plaque honoring soccer star Brandi Chastain got a red card Tuesday after a social media outcry over its unflattering portrayal of the athlete...
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Actress Shelley Duvall has revealed her struggles with mental illness in an interview with "Dr. Phil."
Duvall is best known for her turns in the horror movie classic, "The Shining," and for playing Olive Oyl opposite Robin Williams' "Popeye" in the 1980 film version of the comic strip.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A San Francisco home that served as the setting for the popular 1993 movie "Mrs. Doubtfire," starring Robin Williams, has sold for $4.15 million.
The San Francisco Chronicle reports (http://bit.ly/2eQ8ybA ) that the four-bedroom Victorian in the Pacific Heights neighborhood sold this week after being listed in September for $4.45 million.
NEW YORK (AP) — The 13th annual Tribeca Film Festival will premiere films starring Katie Holmes and Robin Williams, and feature Courteney Cox's directorial debut.
The New York festival announced the second half of its slate of 87 feature films Thursday.