All of that money, and the bluetooth isn't hooked up.
No police caught Bruce, but cameras did, which is just as damning.
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There's a movie written and directed by Terry Jones (of Monty Python), starring Simon Pegg and has Robin Williams voicing Simon's dog.
It's called Absolutely Anything and with all those huge comedy stars attached we know it's gonna be hilarious.
The film is a sci-fi comedy where Pegg gets magic powers from aliens that allow him to get absolutely anything he wants!
Sounds like a great premise with even greater actors.
It's bittersweet though, since this is Robin Williams' last role!! We know he's just voicing a dog, but that's the Robin we know and love!
If anyone would nail what it would be like to be a dog, it'd be Robin… and we have proof!
Check out the video (below) for a full clip from the movie showcasing just how perfect Robin is as a dog!
This completely breaks our hearts!
Robin Williams tragically passed away in August, yet his memory lives on with his children: Zak, 31, Zelda, 25, and Cody, 23.
According to Zak, the actor's eldest son, it's been especially hard to move on without his father:
As 2014 draws to a close, now is the perfect time to look back and reflect on the biggest pop culture phenomenons of the year.
And what better way to do that than to check out what people have been searching on Google???
Yup, the popular search engine has officially released their annual "Year in Search" data for the world to admire, and Kim Kardashian obviously showed up a LOT on their lists.
But she actually WASN'T the most Googled celebrity of the year!!
This just makes us feel so happy!
As part of PBS's Blank on Blank series, a Robin Williams interview from 1991 just got the animated treatment and is making its way around the internet.
The interview, which was conducted by Lawrence Grobel, centers around Robin's role as a comedian, how he fits in with society as a whole, and how he thinks the world will look in 2020.
The video is already hilarious with Robin's trademarked wit, but the cute and clever animation really makes it worth watching.
Ch-ch-check out a rather animated side of Robin Williams (below)!!!
The world was left shocked and saddened when Robin Williams committed suicide.
While most saw the death as unexpected, it looks like the legendary comedian had a plan in place.
In his will, which was filed at the beginning of January 2011, he left his three children, Zak, 31, Zelda, 25, and Cody, 22, well cared for.
Turns out, his entire estate is being left in a trust for the kids and his wife, Susan Schneider — that is, according to the terms of their prenup.
The directions Robin left when he signed the will back in 2011 were to:
We never expected a Night At The Museum movie to make us so sad!
But with the passing of stars Robin Williams and Mickey Rooney, this comedy has certainly gotten bittersweet.
We're happy these comedy legends got to leave behind such a funny-looking movie to top off their legacies!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to see the new trailer for Night At The Museum: Secret Of The Tomb.
Just when we thought the waters of this story calmed themselves, new information has surfaced in the untimely death of Robin Williams.
A source close to the family has revealed the comedian's suicide was reportedly triggered by a disease called Lewy Body Dementia — which is caused by irregular protein deposits in the brain that can hinder normal function.
The Dementia, which can closely resemble Alzheimer's and Parkinson's, may cause the affected to see hallucinations of people, animals or objects…
So this report would make a lot of sense, especially since Robin's wife told police Mr. Williams was complaining about how his meds were making him feel right before his death.