“Absolutely Anything” Might Be The Last Film with Robin Williams

(via The Hollywood Reporter)

When Robin Williams tragically passed away earlier this year, he had already put in his work for several projects that were to be released at a later date.

One of those films was Merry Friggin’ Christmas, but it turns out, apparently, that the last role Williams took on before he passed was voicing a dog in the upcoming film “Absolutely Anything” from Monty Python’s Terry Jones.

While Orson Welles’ voice was oddly lent right before he died to the transforming planet Omicron in the animated Transformers movie, Robin Williams voicing a dog in a comedy seems much more fitting and will definitely be a thing to watch for when Absolutely Anything hits theaters.