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Robin Williams Shines in New 'A Merry Friggin’ Christmas' Clip

Robin Williams Shines in New 'A Merry Friggin’ Christmas' Clip

Check out a brand new clip of Robin Williams in one of his very last movies A Merry Friggin’ Christmas!

The 63-year-old actor was joined in the clip by his co-star Pierce Gagnon, who plays his grandson in the movie.

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A Merry Friggin’ Christmas centers on Boyd Mitchler (Joel McHale) and his family who must spend Christmas with his estranged family of misfits. Upon realizing that he left all his son’s gifts at home, he hits the road with his dad (Williams) in an attempt to make the 8-hour round trip before sunrise.

Mark your calendars, the movie hits theaters and video on demand on Friday, November 7.

Robin Williams – ‘A Merry Friggin’ Christmas’ Clip
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5 Responses to “Robin Williams Shines in New 'A Merry Friggin’ Christmas' Clip”

  1. 1
    dharius Says:

    You can tell he’s not happy in this role. His eyes give him away. Ironically, this clip reminded me of Bush and it occurred to me that Williams could have made a BRILLIANT Bush. But Hollywood stuck to Kraptashians and the likes instead of the actual talented actors – and as usual its loss is all on Hollywood.

  2. 2
    Oo Says:

    @dharius: doesn’t help that ageism exists in Hollywood even with talented actors except Meryl Streep, seems like she’s the only exception to the rule tbh. Even Robert DeNiro says it’s been harder for him to get roles in his age. Sad, really sad when these older actors and comedians truly did have raw talent cultivated through acting schools such as julliard in robins case instead of the current age of nepotism where the children of actors are getting hired instead of real talent. Hollywood is declining no matter how much they’re in denial but it is their fault at the same time, more representation of a variety of age ranges and using all races instead of whitewashing all movies is the solution that they don’t want to use for god knows what idiotic reason. God bless Robin

  3. 3
    Texti Says:

    Great disposition as Teddy !

  4. 4
    Bobby Says:

    He barely said two lines. Only reason they’re posting this clip is to capitalize on his death and market this movie. Sad but true, they do it to all celebrities who die a high profile death and get a lot of sympathy for it. Very cynical.

  5. 5
    redhead54 Says:

    Hollywood is full of people with no talent and so goes the music industry. The greats like Robin Williams will be missed. I mourn his death. It appears that if you have a certain look you can make it in Hollywood or the music industry and have absolutely no talent. Most movies and music, pop, country or otherwise are so lame and empty. I think they could possibly find robots to mimic some of the talent currently out there. I am sad that no one could reach out to Robin and get the necessary help for him. Depression is no joke…it is a dark and dreadful illness.

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