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What if "Mad Men" hired The Genie from "Aladdin" and "Buffy The Vampire Slayer"?
That's not actually happening, but CBS appears to have gotten pretty close. Robin Williams and Sarah Michelle Gellar will appear this fall in a new comedy from the network, titled "The Crazy Ones," playing a father who works with his daughter at his ad agency.
Robin Williams has been cast in a presidential role.
The actor and comedian is set to play President Dwight D. Eisenhower in the upcoming film "The Butler," according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Elijah Wood's penguin alter-ego Mumble demonstrates some impressive dance moves in "Happy Feet Two," but the actor says he can "hold his own" on the dance floor.
"I don't think I can dance as well as these penguins can," Wood told OnTheRedCarpet.com at the film's Hollywood premiere. "My go-to move, just because I think it applies to almost any song, is sort of a twisting motion. It's the twist, but the twist can be so many things - it can be short here, it can be wide."
Robin Williams reprises his roles as penguins Lovelace and Ramon in "Happy Feet Two" and says the animated comedy movie teaches about a very real threat.
In this film, which was released on November 18, main penguin Mumble, portrayed by Elijah Wood, and his family and friends realize that there's a very real threat to their home that forces them to band together to survive.
Robin Williams married his girlfriend, graphic designer Susan Schneider on Saturday, October 22, at the Meadowland Resort in Napa Valley, his spokesperson confirmed to OnTheRedCarpet.com.
The couple met in 2009, shortly before Williams underwent heart surgery. According to People magazine, Schneider helped to nurse the actor back to health.
Robin Williams says he was pulled over in New York recently for riding his bike on a sidewalk.
The 59-year-old Oscar-winning actor, who sported a scruffy beard and mustache, made his comments on the ABC morning show "The View" on Tuesday, April 19, during an interview to promote his role in the new play "Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo," which marks his Broadway acting debut.