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Robin Williams may be gone, but one of his most emotional performances may be yet to come.
According to his Night At The Museum: Secret Of The Tomb co-star Rebel Wilson, the famed funnyman's final scene in the film had her weeping.
And she thinks audiences may have the same reaction. In an interview with KIIS FM on Thursday morning, Rebel said that [SPOILER ALERT] Robin saying
Robin Williams' official cause of death will not be announced for another month.
The autopsy results were originally expected to be complete today as a result of the comedian's sudden passing on August 11th.
But why is there now an extended wait??!
Marin County officials explained:
We know, wherever he is, he would appreciate this!
A memorial for Robin Williams was recently held at the Curran Theatre in San Francisco this past Saturday, and it was an emotion fueled day for everyone that attended!
But the most emotional of all the guests was Billy Crystal who delivered a beautiful speech
It's been a rough road for Robin Williams' daughter Zelda Williams since his unfortunate passing…
On Tuesday, Zelda shared a series of meaningful tweets, acknowledging all the love and support she's received over the past few weeks:
The comedian went on The Tonight Show where he and host Jimmy Fallon swapped stories about the late star, recounting all of the times that he made them laugh the hardest. Since Billy was Robin's good friend, he has a ton of them!
Ch-ch-check it out (below) for some Robin stories you haven't heard anywhere else!
Print media may be on its way out, but People magazine had three very special issues in the last few weeks that brought readers back.
On an average week, People sells about 822,000 issues.
The tribute issue to Robin Williams did even better, selling about 1.2 million copies.
We figure beating Brangelina is just about as Hollywood as you can get. And it's just what Joan would have wanted.
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Aw, what a sweet and absolutely touching tribute.
Over the course of years, Robin visited Ellen's show MANY times and he always was a hit to say the least.
In the tribute, Robin's best moments from the show are remembered and set to some moving Coldplay songs.
Watch Ellen's special in memoriam (below)!