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The network also orders two drama pilots, one of which is from 'Homeland' team, Howard Gordon, Alex Gansa and Alex Cary.
Kunis films a dramatic scene where she pulls Williams' body out of Hudson River in New York after he tries to commit suicide.
The titular character depicter in 'Mrs. Doubtfire' is in talks to star in a workplace comedy written by Emmy-winning writer David E. Kelley.
Sporting bald cap, the 'Night at the Museum' actor resembles the look of the 34th President of the United States when stepping on the set of the Lee Daniels-directed biopic in New Orleans.
The 'Patch Adams' actor will play the 34th President of the United States in Lee Daniels' star-studded biopic about a White House butler named Eugene Allen.
Funny people gathered in New York City on Saturday to witness Robin Williams being honored with Icon Award.
The 'Old Dogs' star has exchanged wedding vows with graphic designer Susan Schneider at the Meadowood Resort in Napa Valley, his representative confirms.
The actor/comedian is once again said to fight off Batman in the third film from Christopher Nolan after he previously expressed his interest to play The Riddler.
The actor is reportedly slated to take over the title role of 'Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo' from Kevin Tighe when the play opens in New York next spring.
Despite his dream to play the villainous character, the actor admits he might be 'a little hairy' to slip into skin-tight costume.
The actor has delivered his apology to Prime Minister Kevin Rudd after calling Australians 'English rednecks', offering a strip-club invitation for the Minister to smooth out their spat.
The $6 million legal battle between Robin Williams and movie bosses of 'Cop Out' has been dismissed on February 4, making the actor loses the fight.
When his kids accidentally mess up his pill planner, Dan gets a taste of wrong medication's side effects during an important business meeting.
While trying to spare his family from shame following his son's accidental death, Robin Williams is exposed to the greatest opportunity of his life.
In family comedy 'Old Dogs', John Travolta and Robin Williams get into a heap of trouble when six-year-old twins are put into their care.