Robin Williams' Final Movie to Finally Hit the Screens in the US

The late legendary actor, Robin Williams will be heard one last time across US theaters on his final film, 'Absolutely Anything'. The Academy award winning star features as a voice-over in the Terry Jones directed comedy, that remained shelved in the United States since it's announcement in 2015.

Co-starring Simon Pegg and Kate Beckinsale, Robin features as the voice of Simon's pet canine, 'Dennis the Dog'

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Absolute Anything is set for a theatrical release on May 12th in the United States, more than a year after it's release in the United Kingdom. The British science fiction features Williams as the voice of Simon Pegg's furry friend after he is granted the ability to be able to speak.

The movie also features all the living cast-members of Monty Python's The Meaning Of Life in various cameos.

Although the film has received unfavorable reviews by almost every critic and has fared poorly at the Worldwide Box Office, Robin's fans in the US are still geared to see his final work, one last time.

Robin was last seen in the Ben Stiller starrer comedy adventure 'Night At The Museum: Secret Of The Tomb', which was also a posthumous release late in the year 2014. The film was dedicated to the memory of Williams and grossed over $350 million at the worldwide Box Office.

The 'Jumanji' actor passed away on 11th August, 2014, under sad circumstances, after committing suicide at his home in California. His wife cited the actor's struggle with Lewy body dementia as the contributory factor to his action. He was 63.

Watch the trailer of 'Absolutely Anything' below:

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