Need To Know: ‘Good Will Hunting’ Bench Turned Into A Robin Williams Memorial

See what fans did to remember the late comedian.

With additional reporting by Janelle Myers

This Used To Be His Bench
The bench that Robin Williams and Matt Damon sat on in “Good Will Hunting” has become a memorial to the late comedian, thanks to a Boston resident named Nicholas Rabchenuk and his girlfriend. They put flowers on the bench and wrote Williams’ movie lines in chalk on the ground surrounding it. Other fans have not only added their favorite quotations but also kind words like “Robin, thank you.”

Get Better Soon, Nathan!
Kings Of Leon were forced to cancel their concert dates up until August 26 due to drummer Nathan Followill’s rib injury. Followill was hurt when their tour bus stopped abruptly when a pedestrian ran in front of it. However, KOL fans can still see the band perform with ?uestlove filling in on drums on “The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon” Wednesday night.

He’s Sirius
Pitbull is going to live up to one of his nicknames, Mr. Worldwide, because he is getting his own SiriusXM station. When it launches early next year, it will have his whole music catalog and a bilingual selection of music. Whoooo-hooo!

Hope She Rolls With It
Emma Stone may be throwing on a feather boa on Broadway if she takes over as Sally Bowles when Michelle Williams leaves the “Cabaret” role in November. She was actually set to play the same character back in May of 2013, but had to drop out due to scheduling conflicts.

Must-See Video Of The Day
What happens when you remove the Kardashians from “Keeping Up with the Kardashians”? You get an Emmy nominated worthy tale of a lonely, golfing Bruce Jenner that is both heartbreaking and hysterical to watch at the same time.

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