The death of Robin Williams was one of the hardest Hollywood losses in years, and last night (September 18) Billy Crystal dropped by “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” to talk about his heartfelt Emmy tribute last month.
During the chat, the “When Harry Met Sally” star recalled how he struggled to keep his composure as he addressed the audience- “I was afraid I wasn’t going to get through it.”
There is no denying he’s a legend not only in baseball, but in the world of sports. Earlier this year, Derek Jeter announced that he is retiring from the field and will end his run as a New York Yankee at the end of this season.
Although there is plenty of baseball to play this year, tributes for the 40-year-old athlete are already here. Jordan Brand, a subsidiary of Nike, released an ad titled “RE2PECT” featuring a number of famous names in sports and entertainment tipping their hats to Jeter.
For anyone alive in the late 1980s, “When Harry Met Sally” was the iconic relationship flick, and last night (April 28) Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan teamed up to honor director Rob Reiner.
The “Analyze This” star and the “Sleepless in Seattle” stunner attended the Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Chaplin Award ceremony in New York City and they both looked thrilled to be back in each other’s company 25 years after they made the movie.
Gearing up for a night packed with almost as many stars as the Golden Globes, Jay Leno hit the stage one final time to bid a tear-filled farewell to friends and fans of "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno."
Taking fans further back into their fun-loving story, Disney and Pixar released the final trailer for "Monster's University" on Friday (May 31).
Featuring a toddler version of Mike Wazowski (played by Billy Crystal), eager movie goers get a glimpse back in time before he and James P. Sullivan ( John Goodman) become the scarers we them as today.
Giving eager fans even more to be excited about, Disney Pixar released a new trailer for "Monsters Univeristy" on Thursday (April 25).
Featuring a star-studded cast including Helen Mirren, Billy Crystal and John Goodman, the "Monsters Inc" sequel takes a look at the relationship between Mike and Sulley during their days at Monsters University -- when they weren't necessarily the best of friends.