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The Bee Gees singer underwent an undisclosed surgery and is expected to be back on stage for 'The Titanic Requiem'.
The three key characters in the much awaited novel-adapted movie are seen sitting on a couch at the Capitol, where they're seemingly watching a footage from a previous Hunger Games.
Ryan Murphy says he will offer a cameo to John Travolta in an April episode, which will feature a take on the legendary band's 'Saturday Night Fever' soundtrack.
The 61-year-old singer's representative called the situation a 'difficult time for him and his family', but added that Robin appreciates the well wishes.
'In Our Own Time', a film commemorating the band's 50th anniversary, will also see Barry and Robin Gibb singing new versions of their classic songs.
Steve Dixon was confused when doing a live TV interview with Robin, asking the singer whether his late brother was 'watching' the segment.
The singer who just recovered from stomach operation is forced to ask fans for money since the mayor of Dresden has refused to endorse the monument he designed.
A source reveals that the star is currently at home and feeling much better after undergoing emergency stomach surgery.
The singer reportedly 'went absolutely crazy and was swearing his head off at the check-in team' before storming out of the pre-check-in at Heathrow Airport on May 23.
A month before its May 21 U.S. release, this fourth 'Shrek' film will be screened at the opening night of the upcoming Tribeca Film Festival in New York City.
The unlikely pair which comes from different genres meets in the cover version of Bee Gees' 'How Deep Is Your Love'.