Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman, Michael Douglas and Kevin Kline are on promo tour for their new movie Last Vegas. The guys at Screen Junkies had the great idea to challenge the seasoned actors to read the lyrics of popular pop songs for us. Robert De Niro got the honors to read the Miley Cyrus hit "Wrecking Ball." Morgan Freeman gave a fine performance of reading viral song How Does The Fox Make. Both actors are clearly not familiar what pop songs are topping the charts these days. Freeman is not believing that what he reads is actually a real song. He is though kind of right as this song was not meant seriously. The video got already over 4 million views. You can watch it below.
WASHINGTON - Robin Williams may be best remembered for the legion of fast-talking comedic roles which lit up both television and movies during his glittering show-business career.Less well-known is the fact that the 63-year-old, who died from an apparent suicide on Monday, almost single-handedly began the trend of stars lending their voices to animated blockbusters when he signed on to Disney's 1992 hi ... Source: Asia One
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Ed Sullivan. Jack Nicholson. Robert De Niro. Groucho Marx. Rodney Dangerfield. William F. Buckley. Peter Lorre. Arnold Schwarzenegger. Arsenio Hall.
Those were just some of ... Source: ew
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1. Christopher Reeve and William went to Julliard together in 1973. They were the only two people in a prestigious acting program. They stayed friends all of Reeve’s life. Williams even visited Reeve in the hospital after Reeve’s accident and he pretended to be a Russian doctor who was there to perform a Colonoscopy. Reeve said it was the first time he laughed since the accident and he realized it was going to be ok.
2. He did the Genie in “Aladdin” and was paid ‘only’ ... Source: Houston's Hot Hits
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I didn’t see Robin Williams‘ attempt at a new sitcom, CBS’ The Crazy Ones. I didn’t want to. I didn’t want to think that the great Robin was, at only 62, already making the trip back to weekly TV half hours after such a stellar, Oscar-winning career in films and such a bright, unhinged light on comedy stages for all of his career. It’s just too constricting for this kind of talent. It’s even sadder to think the show got cancelled after one seas ... Source: DeadlineFull article at: DeadlineAug 11 2014, 8:54pm CDT
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