'Expendables 3' Stars Remember Robin Williams: 'He Had No Equal'
Hollywood was shaken to its core at the news of Robin Williams' death early Monday morning. The loss was certainly when ET showed up on the Expendables 3 red carpet on Monday night in Hollywood, Calif.
The film's veteran stars were quick to express their condolences and share memories of the late actor/comedian.
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"It's a huge loss for America, and world cinema," said Antonio Banderas. "All I can do if offer my condolences to his family and friends, and to the whole industry. He represented a lot for all of us."
Actor Kellan Lutz was shocked to hear the news of Williams' passing and could hardly hold in his emotions. "He was an angel," a stunned Lutz said. "I'm a huge fan of his. Love to his family and friends. That’s tragic."
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Mel Gibson, who plays the villain in The Expendables 3, also paid his respects to Williams. "It's unspeakably sad," he told ET. "He was an exceptional human being, an extraordinary talent and he had no equal. He set his own benchmark and people have aspired to hit it. I don't think anyone quite did."
Check out the video for more from the stars of Expendables 3, including Wesley Snipes, Randy Coture and others, as they share their thoughts on the passing of a Hollywood icon.