When school teacher Neil Clarke (Simon Pegg) is given super powers by a group of aliens in "Absolutely Anything," he realizes he can do just that. Besides giving himself a more fit body and making himself POTUS, Neil also gives his dog Dennis the ability to talk. And Dennis is voiced by none other than Robin Williams.
Williams left behind four unreleased films after he died in August of 2014, including "Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb " and "A Merry Friggin' Christmas," both of which came out last year. Williams' final two roles will be seen in indie drama "Boulevard," which comes out July 17, and "Absolutely Anything," which has yet to get an official U.S. release date. ("Absolutely Anything" opens in the U.K. on Aug. 14.)
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