Oscars News Archive
Everyone remembers Robin Williams as an exceptional comedian.
But he was also a critically acclaimed actor, having won an Oscar back in 1997 for his supporting role in Good Will Hunting.
Well, now Robin's fellow Oscar-winning co-stars are expressing their grief over his untimely death.
Forest Whitaker, who starred with Robin in 1987's Good Morning, Vietnam, took to Twitter to voice his sadness, saying:
The Tim Burton-produced Alice In Wonderland: Through The Looking Glass is set for principal photography this week, which means the cast is on lock.
The sequel to Disney's 2010 live-action feature is set for release in May of 2016, so it's still going to be a while until we get to see what the interesting cast of characters is up to.
Reese Witherspoon is about to get Wild!
The film is directed by Dallas Buyers Club's Jean-Marc Vallée, and Reese's role looks to be going through both the downward spiral of Matthew McConaughey in that film and the intense physical struggle of James Franco in 127 Hours.
In other words, this shiz has Oscar written all over it!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to see the controversial new trailer!
Jennifer Lawrence Reminisces About The Time She Barfed At Madonna's Post-Oscars Party & Got Serious Judgey Face From Miley Cyrus!
Hey, pot! We've got kettle on the phone. She called to tell you something obvious! LOL.
We reported earlier how Jennifer had talked about throwing up at Madonna's Oscars after-party on a previously taped interview for Late Night with Seth Meyers, and incurring the judgement of Miley Cyrus. Well, that segment just aired, and it is HIGHlarious.
In this interview, J.Law spews on how her friend Laura convinced her to meet her at the bar that night — and perhaps that's where her night began getting a little tipsy! Bars usually lead to barfs.
Ch-ch-check out Katniss talk about that fateful vomit-filled night (above)!!!
This makes sad news even sadder.
According to his brother, Malik Bendjelloul, the Oscar winning director of Searching for Sugar Man, committed suicide.
Johar Bendjelloul believes that his sibling's death was a result of depression: