May 2, 2017


Robin Williams' Final Film 'Absolutely Anything' Gets a U.S. Release Date

Robin Williams' legacy continues to live on with the upcoming stateside release of his final movie, Absolutely Anything. It premiered in the U.K. last August, but according to Deadline the late actor's posthumous film has now received a U.S. release date.

Fans can look out for it in theaters on May 12. The movie stars stars Simon Pegg as a ordinary fellow who randomly meets with a group of aliens who grants him with the power to do whatever he pleases. Williams voices his loyal dog and Kate Beckinsale plays Pegg's love interest. Sanjeev Bhaskar, Rob Riggle, Eddie Izzard and the voices of Monty Python (John Cleese, Eric Idle and Michael Palin) also make appearances.

Absolutely Anything is directed by Terry Jones, who is also a veteran Monty Python member. The film marks the first time the crew has worked together since 1983’s The Meaning of Life. Below, watch CeeLo discuss his "Robin Williams" song and the actor's "disheartening" death with Fuse: