Robin Williams Has Completed Four Films Still To Be Released
The death of legendary thespian Robin Williams is still a great shock to many. While he may no longer be with us, his legacy will live on for years and years to come. He made so many films, both comical and dramatic, that were true classics. He may be gone, but in the next 12 months we will get to be entertained by Williams 4 more times.
The Films Yet To Be Released Include:
1. "Night At The Museum: Secret of the Tomb"
Williams once again plays America's 26th President Teddy Roosevelt in the third installment of this movie series for all ages!
Words From Co-Star Ben Stiller
2. "Merry Friggin' Christmas"
Here is a synopsis according to IMDB,
Boyd Mitchler and his family must spend Christmas with his estranged family of misfits. Upon realizing that he left all his son's gifts at home, he hits the road with his dad in an attempt to make the 8-hour round trip before sunrise.
Williams plays Mitch the father of Boyd Mitchler, played by Joel McHale, in this Holiday Comedy. This film is set to be released at some point this November.
3. "Absolutely Anything"
In this British Sci-Fi film, Robin voices the character of Dennis The Dog adding to his incredible resume of voice work including Happy Feet, Aladdin, and Robots.
The film "Boulevard," which was filmed in Nashville, was only released at the Tribeca Film Festival, however, it may now see some more widespread releases. According to the Tribeca website,
Dito Montiel (The Son of No One) takes a refreshing direction with his latest film, Boulevard, a subtle and moving drama following a devoted husband and dutiful bank employee who begins to confront his own secrets. What starts as an aimless drive down an unfamiliar street turns into a life-altering decision for the curious Nolan Mack (Robin Williams). For many years, Nolan and his wife Joy (Kathy Baker) have embraced their marriage as a convenient distraction from facing reality. When he meets a troubled young man named Leo (Roberto Aguire) on his drive home, Nolan finds himself breaking from the confines of his old life. Robin Williams gives an adept performance as the enlightened but unraveling Nolan. Montiel’s seasoned direction builds just the right amount of tension between the players and their now questionable relationships.
Though it will be hard to watch these films knowing they are his last, I am sure we will find just as much joy in these as we have since that strange little alien character named Mork came to earth. RIP Robin Williams, you are already terribly missed!