Gene Wilder.....RIP


#1

Most would call the original Willy Wonka…he lived a long life.

He and Pryor were a favorite of the family.


#2

(FUUUUUUUUUUUUCK.)

Well, this week is off to a great start if this true, though I suppose it had happen sooner or later given his age.

May he rest in peace.

[Insert obligatory “fuck 2016” line here.]


#3

But so much more than Willy Wonka. WW isn’t even the first thing I think of when I think about Wilder. Hear No Evil, See No Evil is amazing.


#4

Well, looks like Blazing Saddles is on the watching agenda for tonight. So sad. He can now rejoin his amazingly talented wife if you believe in that stuff. RIP Gene Wilder.


#5

no. not this nigga too.
my man.
and Juan Gabriel died too.
and my cousin.
too many deaths.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sz9jc5blzRM


#6

RIP Gene, gone to hang with his best bud making some of the best movies ever.


#7

Just heard this on the radio.

I don’t really have words at the moment. Saying I respect his talent and love his movies doesn’t really do anything justice.

This fucking year is slowly processing an incredible amount of irreplaceable talent. Damon it all.


#8

Gutted, i loved this guy

god bless you gene, thanks for the memories


#9

http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h255/chadouken/14199758_10153676474562016_5714727419155666279_n.jpg

RIP to one of the greatest.


#10

rip, i love that scene in lil nicky when he gets covered in bees


#11

RIP, thanks for scaring the shit outta me with the OG Wonka movie.


#12

@ElderGOD


#13

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cFvrvtH0psI

One of the greatest performers of all time. Thanks for the memories, Gene.


#14

I remember him most for Young Frankenstein, one of my favorite movies.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2p5AG0Tqh3A


#15

he kick the charlie bucket


#16

I don’t know what’s more upsetting that Gene Wilder is dead or that this thread has gone 15 posts without his most legendary scene:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WW2qaBJWdaA


#17

This saddens me. One of the best. His team ups with the talented and lovely Madeline Kahn were just amazing.

RIP.

:tup:


#18

RIP he lived a good long life.


#19

… and of course, I’d be loathe to ignore his team-ups with the legendary Richard Prior. Man, he was an entertainer.

:sad:


#20

damn that sucks