11:21 AM EDT 12/22/2014
Originally posted 10/27/2014 07:35AM
Robin Williams's smiling face, in a variety of his most well-loved characters, adorned the big screen at AT&T Park in San Francisco in a stirring tribute to the late award-winning actor.
Originally posted 09/28/2014 10:30AM
A ceremony to celebrate Robin Williams and honor "his love for his family and community, his brilliance and humor and his generous spirit," according to a source close to his family, was held in San Francisco's Curran Theatre on Saturday afternoon, PEOPLE confirms.
Originally posted 09/19/2014 09:05AM
On Thursday, the birthday boy invited Crystal on The Tonight Show to flip lips. With a little help from the TV control booth, Fallon and the When Harry Met Sally actor switched mouths and took turns speaking for one another.
Originally posted 08/25/2014 10:35PM
The TV industry said a final goodbye to the late comedian Robin Williams on Monday night.
Originally posted 08/20/2014 06:00PM
An old friend will help the Emmys say goodbye to Robin Williams.
Originally posted 07/14/2014 01:45PM
Long before Ted Mosby wanted to woo Robin on How I Met Your Mother, When Harry Met Sally... was there to teach audiences about the drama and dangers that can arise from woman and men trying to be friends.
It's been 25 years since the romantic comedy first hit theaters, and deli sandwiches still aren't the same. The story of a guy and girl who met, hated each other, became friends, stopped being friends and then finally fell in love, When Harry Met Sally... continues to inspire other films in its genre.
Originally posted 07/11/2014 05:45PM
It's curious how the single best line in Nora Ephron's script for When Harry Met Sally..., released July 14, 1989, is spoken by neither Harry nor Sally. Instead, it's an unnamed character who reacts to Sally's fake orgasm in Katz's Deli with, "I'll have what she's having."
Originally posted 07/10/2014 04:00PM
Now that the Emmy nominations are here, some of the day's deserving nominees are weighing in – many in wry fashion.
Originally posted 02/07/2014 09:45AM
After 22 years behind NBC's Tonight Show desk, Jay Leno said farewell Thursday night.
Leno ended his final show with a heartfelt thank you to the viewers and celebrity guests who made his job possible.
"This has been the greatest 22 years of my life," a tearful Leno said. "I got to meet presidents, astronauts, movie stars. It's just been incredible."
Originally posted 01/20/2014 07:50AM
Jay Leno will close out his 22-year run as host of NBC's The Tonight Show with a nod to the future and to the past.
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