The park bench where Robin Williams sat and delivered a heartbreaking monologue in Good Will Hunting is the site of an impromptu memorial today. Fans of the actor, who died yesterday, went to the bench in Boston to lay flowers and write tribute messages. In chalk they wrote on the ground “Sorry guys, I went to see about a girl” and “Your move chief”–two famous lines that Williams said in the film.
The memorial is just one of many that are popping up today. The world has been in mourning for the actor since the news broke yesterday of his apparent suicide. Fellow actors and celebrities have been paying tribute to him. Danny DeVito, who worked with Williams in Death To Smoochy, said: “So sad to think about this. Hard to speak. Hard to say. Hard to take.” “I loved him, and I will miss him greatly,” said his Good Will Hunting co-star, Minnie Driver. Conan O`Brien learned the news while hosting his show: his impromptu emotional tribute immediately went viral.