PHOENIX — Beginning Friday, a Tempe, Ariz. theater will screen several movies starring the late Oscar-winning actor Robin Williams.
The Harkins Valley Art located on Mill Avenue will screen five films starring Williams throughout the day. The limited release will end Thursday, Aug. 21.
Harkins decided to re-exhibiting some of Williams’ most popular films after he took his own life Monday following a long battle with depression and addiction, particularly to alcohol.
After news broke of the actor’s death, millions of fans, celebrities and fellow actors have found ways to remember the star, be it on social media, the bench from “Good Will Hunting” or other memorials.
A full list of films, along with dates and show times, can be seen by clicking through the gallery.
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