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    One gets the sense that moviegoers — concerned that this sequel may taint the original “Jumanji,” which starred the deceased and much-beloved Robin Williams — could also chill out. Jonas, however, offered assurance of continuing the legacy of “Jumanji” as opposed to overriding it in any way. The actor cited “Jumanji” as formative in his approach to his character.

    “Everyone has a connection to it and to Robin Williams and his legacy, his brilliance. I think that’s why we really approached this with a lot of care and with a real focus on having the moment or moments to acknowledge that, but also finding a way of giving the audience something really fresh.”

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    Posted by: Kris
    Date: December 28th
    Categories: Robin-Related News

    I have added some additional photos of Robin (and cast) from The Crazy Ones photo sessions. I found these photos on Star World and SpoilerTV.

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    Promotional Photos > Television > The Crazy Ones > Season 1 > Photo Sessions > Season 1 Shoot

    Posted by: Kris
    Date: March 29th
    Categories: Gallery Additions

    Robin Williams during “One Hour Photo” Press Conference with Robin Williams and Michael Vartan at Park Hyatt Hotel in Century City, California, United States. (Photo by Vera Anderson/WireImage)

    Casting director Janet Hirshenson recently chatted with The Huffington Post about how Daniel Radcliffe landed the lead role. And he revealed that Robin Williams once asked if he could be a part of the Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone cast as Rubeus Hagrid.

    “Robin [Williams] had called [director Chris Columbus] because he really wanted to be in the movie, but it was a British-only edict, and once he said no to Robin, he wasn’t going to say yes to anybody else, that’s for sure,” Hirshenson said. “It couldn’t be.”

    Source: Hello Giggles

    Posted by: Kris
    Date: January 1st
    Categories: Robin-Related News