After Robin Williams passed away, everyone was upset, as we would no longer be able to see this generous man on the big screen anymore. Fortunately, that is not the case at all. Williams’ last movie, Absolutely Anything, will finally make its American debut.
This science-fiction comedy will be remarkable not only because Williams is starring but also because this will be the first film to feature all living Monty Python members. Terry Jones, director and writer of Absolutely Anything, has Robin Williams voice a hilarious talking dog while having Simon Pegg play a school teacher that is given powers by aliens. I think we are all excited to see how this movie will turn out on the big screen.
The film is not the only unreleased movie Williams left behind. A Merry Friggin’ Christmas and Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb have yet to be released. Although we don’t know the exact status of these two films, we are happy to hear at least one of his final films will be coming out sooner than we expected. Watch out for the absurd and silly comedy Absolutely Anything coming out in theaters May 12.