Jamie Costa’s Robin Williams parody makes fans want a full movie

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Costa posted a five-minute clip on his YouTube channel on Tuesday, titled “Robin Test Shot Scene”, showing a scene in which he played Williams and Sarah on the set of “Moke and Mindy” Murfree plays Pam Dober.

The clip shows Dauber interrupting Williams because he went through the lines to break the news of the death of comedian John Belushi – and showed Williams’ reaction to the news.

When Murphree told Costa that Belushi had died that morning, Costa found it difficult to digest the news and insisted: “No, I told you that I was with him. John was not dead. I was with him last night. ”

In 1982, “Brothers” star Belushi died of cocaine and heroin overdose at the Marmont Castle in Los Angeles at the age of 33.

After Murphree warned Costa: “I can’t let what happened to him happen to you” and the knock on the door indicated that it was time for the pair to return to the set, Costa went back to recite the lines-this time, with interrupted him the sound of.

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This short film made some viewers yearn for a complete biopic of Williams, who committed suicide in 2014 after battling dementia with Lewy bodies.

“Since you saw his first impression of Robin, who else wants Jamie to play Robin in a biopic?” one wrote.

“It’s one thing to be like a person, but he sounds like him, and his behavior and expression are so impressive. I hope this movie can be made. I still feel his loss,” another said.

“It’s absolutely incredible. Make this full-length movie and hire this person right away!” a third person wrote.

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