Trailer: ‘The Angriest Man in Brooklyn' - May 23

Directed by Phil Alden Robinson, starring Robin Williams, Mila Kunis, Peter Dinklage, James Earl Jones, Melissa Leo, Hamish Linklater and Richard Kind.

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Robin Williams does The Set List

He’s set to star in a new CBS comedy pilot from David E. Kelley called Crazy Ones, which focuses on a father and daughter who work together in an advertising office.

The series is described as a father/daughter workplace single-camera half-hour comedy set in the world of advertising. Williams would star, with Kelley writing and producing along with 20th Century Fox Television. Bill D’Elia is an executive producer, with the project likely landing at CBS.

Williams will also star in ‘The Angriest Man in Brooklyn’ with Mila Kunis, Peter Dinklage, and Melissa Leo.

Watch the special preview episode of ‘Wilfred’ featuring Robin Williams

One of the most underrated comedies on TV. Very glad to see it coming back this summer.

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Robin Williams Reconvenes the Dead Poets Society

“No one disrespects the DPS.” 

WATCH THIS.

WATCH IT NOW. 

(Source: laughspin.com)

The episode is not the premiere but,

a special never-before aired preview episode guest starring Robin Williams. Written by series developer David Zuckerman and directed by Randall Einhorn, the episode titled Progress features Ryan (Elijah Wood) ignoring Wilfred’s (Jason Gann) advice, which creates an existential crisis for both of them.

It seems it’s not part of season 2 but rather a bonus episode. I wonder how this will play into last season’s cliffhanger. 

That’s a big get for the cult-y FX show. Williams’ last TV appearance (in which he wasn’t playing himself) was on Law & Order SVU in 2008. His last comedic TV performance was on Life With Bonnie on ABC in 2003.

Robin Williams In The New Ad For Ocarina Of Time 3D | Buzzfeed

Both creepy and endearing!

"Insiders have suggested." Nolan worked previously with Williams in Insomnia.

Oscar winner Robin Williams is prepping to make his dramatic Broadway debut in spring 2011 in the wartime play Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo, a source close to the production confirms to Broadway.com. Williams would play the tiger of the title in the darkly comedic Rajiv Joseph drama, which was a finalist for the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for Drama.