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Topic - Zachary
While a nearly silent, black-and-white throwback film to old Hollywood won best picture at the Academy Awards on Sunday, after-parties around town celebrated present-day Hollywood with explosions of color, conversation, pounding music and pure glee.
Robin Williams wants everyone to know that he's happy.
"I don't have a college degree, and my father didn't have a college degree, so when my son, Zachary, graduated from college, I said, "My boy's got learnin'!"
"I want to do a movie, but it has to be the right movie, whether it's independent or a studio movie," he said. "I'm much more open to being a supporting actor right now. At the age of 60, I'll be second fiddle. Fine. I'm happy to do it."