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Gibson, Schwarzenegger, Lundgren reach to Robin Williams death

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What was supposed to be a celebratory premiere for "The Expendables 3," turned into a time of remembrance on Monday (August 11) for the late Robin Williams, who died earlier in the day at his home in Northern California. Police say that the likely cause of death was suicide. Williams was 63.

A wide range of actors at the premiere paid their respects to the legendary actor, including former governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.

"It's very sad. Even though we are all celebrating the premiere of "The Expendables," but at the same time we are mourning the loss of such a great man and he was also a friend and I admired him and he's a legend, he's unbelievable," Schwarzenegger said.

His thoughts were echoed by fellow actor Mel Gibson who praised Williams' broad range of acting skills.

"Well it's too soon. He's out of here way too soon. He was very gifted, he was a benchmark in his field and no one can ever kind of reach that again I d

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