Mel Brooks Waxes Nostalgic About His Late Friend, Gene Wilder
One of the people that knew Gene Wilder best was Mel Brooks.
With the unfortunate passing of Wilder happening this week, Brooks went on The Tonight Show and shared his fond memories of Gene and their collaborations on some of the comedies that time will never forget.
Trepany House at The Steve Allen Theater presents an evening in honor of the late Gene Wilder, this Saturday, September 3rd at 8PM, complete with a Wilder double feature of Young Frankenstein and Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory as well as a Wonka/Young Frankenstein costume contest.
Tickets are $12. More details here.
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Gene Wilder Gave The Nicest ‘No’ Reply to James Corden
The passing of Gene Wilder yesterday brought to the forefront how magical of a person he really was, both on and off camera.
James Corden shares a story where even in being turned down by Wilder, he’s still filled with wonder.