Watch Robin Williams’ Final Performance In Absolutely Anything


Beloved comedian Robin Williams committed suicide last year, but we are given one last chance to see him come back to the screen in a new Terry Jones movie called Absolutely Anything.

In the late actor’s final movie, Williams voiced Dennis the Dog in the Simon Pegg-starred comedy that is slated to be released in August, one year after his tragic death.

Pegg’s character Neil Clarke is given the power to do absolutely anything he wants as long as he doesn’t hurt anyone. Aliens, voiced by the legendary Monty Python members, gave him this incredible gift in order to test humanity.

Williams, who is famous for lending his voice to the genie in Disney’s Aladdin, was excited to be a part of this movie, according to Jones. Here’s what the director and co-writer said:

I came to LA to receive an award. Robin Williams was sitting in the front row and I asked him, would you play Dennis the Dog? I’d met him before a couple of times at Terry Gilliam’s dinners. I sent him the script and he said, ‘Let’s get this baby made!’


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