Boston | News

Robin Williams Fans Show Their Love At 'Good Will Hunting' Bench: VIDEO


Robin Williams fans are still reeling over the actor's unexpected passing. Many have left their regards and flowers at the actor's star on the Hollywood walk of fame. Others have turned to places from films Williams starred in.

Some of the most touching of these displays have been in the Boston Public Garden, which was the site of the famous bench scene in Good Will Hunting, the movie for which Williams won his Oscar. Many have written quotes from the film around the garden, and some, controversially, have left beer bottles as a nod to Williams' struggle with alcohol.

Check out pictures of the Boston fan tribute at Mashable, and check out the park bench scene from Good Will Hunting, AFTER THE JUMP...



Feed This post's comment feed


  1. Hmmm...I ate lunch in the public garden today but didn't see this :(

    Posted by: Carmelo | Aug 12, 2014 8:44:40 PM

  2. Lauren Bacall passed away.

    Posted by: petey | Aug 12, 2014 9:05:52 PM

  3. yeah Lauren Bacall died peacefully at age 89

    Posted by: Hislv | Aug 12, 2014 9:12:50 PM

  4. The most unfunny man in the world has died.

    Posted by: Li'l Kiwiwi | Aug 12, 2014 9:37:33 PM

  5. And the world's most pathetic troll, Rick, continues to post under aliases, this time as Li'l Kiwiwi. What a loser Rick must be.

    Surely nobody will care about him once he croaks.

    Posted by: Tyler | Aug 12, 2014 10:51:54 PM

  6. Tyler, angry much? Nanu nanu

    Posted by: Li'l Kiwiwi | Aug 12, 2014 11:19:41 PM

  7. Oh Rick, you could never anger me. Anger is reserved for people of worth. You'd have to start being a human being for me to even consider being angry with you. But troll on, troll (though your skills are dwindling).

    Posted by: Tyler | Aug 13, 2014 12:24:59 AM

  8. Tyler and Kiwi must be the dumbest homos on the planet.

    Maybe if you two didn't let yourselves get a rise out of Rick and try ignoring him instead of posting in retaliation to what he says and giving him attention, maybe, just *maybe* he'll stop posting?

    You bring all his posts on yourselves.

    Posted by: SwingSet | Aug 13, 2014 1:46:27 AM

  9. I saw a picture on facebook yesterday; it simply contained the words: "Genie, you're free. 8-11-14"

    None of the tributes hit me in the gut like that one. His work really did touch the hearts of all ages, like very few others I can think of. Rest in peace Robin.

    Posted by: sparks | Aug 13, 2014 7:07:08 AM

Post a comment


« «Two Iranian Men Reportedly Hanged For Being Gay« «