Robin Williams plays the human equivalent of a bulging forehead vein who learns he has 90 minutes to live and spends the rest of the movie making amends, like Ebenezer Scrooge at the end of "A…
The Angriest Man In Brooklyn
Talking about a ticking clock. Robin Williams, a.k.a. the angriest man in Brooklyn, is told by a ticked off Mila Kunis that he only has 90 minutes to live after he suffers a brain aneurysm following…
Lionsgate has taken North American rights to comedy “The Angriest Man in Brooklyn,” starring Robin Williams and Mila Kunis (seen above while filming last year). Cargo Entertainment has been selling…
TV has continued to drive Los Angeles location shooting so far this year with NBC's "Southland" leading the way. "Southland," produced by Warner Bros. TV, totaled 35 days of permitted shoots last…
TV has continued to drive Los Angeles location shooting so far this year with TNT's "Southland" leading the way.
Helmer Dito Montiel, whose feature "Empire State" is awaiting a release date via Lionsgate, has set up his next film, "Boulevard," with Robin Williams and newcomer Roberto Aguire set to star.
New York City is host to 22 primetime series
After waiting 50 years for her first hometown borough concert, Barbra Streisand was not about to disappoint fans -- or herself -- during her first of two nights at Brooklyn's new Barclays Center.
Robin Williams is set to begin production on two indie features in the coming months, including a turn as President Dwight D. Eisenhower in Lee Daniels' "The Butler" and the title character in Phil…
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