On Monday, Sarah Michelle Gellar took to Instagram to pay an early tribute to Robin Williams on the eve of the one year anniversary of his death.
The blonde beauty starred alongside the comedic icon on the CBS show The Crazy Ones.
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Hold your dice!
On Wednesday, Sony announced they were making a bunch of sequels — because, what's the alternative? Original stories!? Yeah right!
But out of all the sequels revealed, the one that got us wagging our tails the most was the remake of Jumanji!
The Robin Williams led fantasy movie that made a generation deathly afraid of board games came out over 20 years ago, so those monkeys could definitely use a CGI update.
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As for WHEN the remake is coming out, you'll have to wait (’till the dice reads five or eight. LOLz!) until the end of next year — the remake is set to hit theaters on
Happy Birthday, Robin!
It's still hard to believe that Robin Williams, the man that brought so much laughter and delight to several different generations, is no longer with us.
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Though it hasn't quite been a year since his death, it is Williams' birthday today and he already has love pouring in from the people that he touched and affected the most.
Sarah Michelle Gellar took to Instagram to remember her friend and former costar on his birthday with a sweet message! She wrote:
He sure is missed!
We can't believe it's almost been a year since Robin Williams' tragic death.
With every passing day, we get closer and closer to seeing Williams' final full film, Boulevard.
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Of course with the release date approaching, people are curious as to what those who knew him towards the end had to say about him. There seems to be no better example than the director of Boulevard, Dito Montiel, talking about his love and fondness for a man he obviously admired and deeply respected.
In an interview, Montiel said of Williams:
Before he passed, Robin Williams had already completed several films that were yet to be released.
We knew it was going to break our hearts all over again when the last of them was done, but we had no idea this last one would be so moving.
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Boulevard, which first premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival last year, tells the story of a man who has gone his whole life not admitting his homosexuality — even to himself.
Ch-ch-check out the trailer (above)!
On Monday, it was revealed that Robin Williams' three children and wife, Susan Williams will head back to court to continue the unresolved issue on how to split the remaining parts of the Jumanji star's estate.
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Court records show that most of the tension is over how much money the Oscar winner's widow should receive.
A hearing was scheduled by a judge from the San Francisco Superior Court two months ago — in the hopes that the disagreement would be resolved by a mediator before the appointed court date. However, the two parties met for mediation back in April and were still unable to come to an agreement.
As we previously reported, the Mrs. Doubtfire actor committed suicide in the Tiburon home he shared with Susan. It's been reported that his widow was left with instructions for his children to give her enough money to maintain the residence through her lifetime.
But it seems that the lawyers are still trying to determine that exact sum.
We hope the family will resolve their disagreement sooner than later — at least for the sake of the comedic icon's memory. But, we guess only time will tell.
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