He sure gets around (the globe) fast!
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As the popularity of Kim's game has increased, so have the complaints from parents citing the game is draining their wallets and distracting their kids.
To the chargin of their parents, many kids are spending mega cash on in-app purchases for increased playing time and virtual items like clothes and jewelry.
Parents like writer Ayelet Waldman claim many kids are unaware of how quickly they can spend cash on the game.
Robin Williams's tragic and untimely passing has affected us all- but no one more than those who knew him.
Robin may have made all of our lives a little better with his art, but over the years, for a few select people, he changed everything.
Not only did they star in Good Will Hunting, they wrote it! And Ben couldn't have been more grateful to Robin for bringing it to life. He wrote:
Han Solo is looking better than ever!
You may remember that Harrison Ford hurt himself back on June 12th, while filming the new Star Wars flick, and it had him on crutches!
We’ve seen him walking around since then, but he definitely wasn’t as agile as on Monday night at the Expendables 3 premiere in Los Angeles!
The 72-year-old actor was smiling and seemed to be in no discomfort at all as he walked around and waved for the cameras!
Thank goodness the Millenium Falcon’s door didn’t do any more damage to Han, err, we mean Harrison, because he’s too good of an actor to be out of commission for long!
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Robin Williams was a huge animal lover. If we find any more reasons to love this guy we'll never stop crying.
We're trying to ease the pain by celebrating his life and all the wonderful things about him that make him so… well, wonderful!
Like his love of animals!
Robin was a huge fan of animals, so much that the San Francisco Zoo totally named a monkey after him!!
They were obviously super sad about losing him, so they released a statement:
The world has been waiting more than 20 years for a sequel to Mrs. Doubtfire. But even though production was in the works on a second film, it looks like Mrs. Doubtfire 2 will likely be canceled due to Robin Williams’ sudden death yesterday.
The 63-year-old actor had said several times in the past that a sequel to the film simply wouldn’t work but he changed his tune eventually and was attached to reprise his iconic role.
Director Chris Columbus, who also directed the original movie, spoke about losing not only his star but his true friend, saying: