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Robin Williams' final film 'Absolutely Anything' headed to U.S. theaters

By Wade Sheridan
Robin Williams' final film 'Absolutely Anything' headed to U.S. theaters
Robin Williams attending the premiere of "Old Dogs" with his wife Susan Schneider on November 9, 2009. The actor's final role in the film "Absolutely Anything" before his death in 2014 is heading to U.S. theaters. File Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI | License Photo

May 3 (UPI) -- Robin Williams' final film before his death in 2014, British sci-fi comedy Absolutely Anything, is headed to U.S. theaters May 12.

The film orginally released in the U.K. in August 2015, stars Simon Pegg as a mild-mannered teacher who suddenly discovers he has the ability to do anything he wishes after being given the power by a group of aliens.

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Williams voices Pegg's pet dog who is given the ability to speak. The film also acted as a reunion of Monty Python members John Cleese, Eric Idle and Michael Palin who provide voice work. The film is directed by Terry Jones.

Williams died three weeks after completing work on the film in an apparent suicide. Absolutely Anything is the third Williams' film released posthumously following A Merry Friggin' Christmas and Night at the Museum 3.

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