Final Robin Williams Film Trailer Released
Late actor voices Dennis The Dog in Simon Pegg comedy Absolutely Anything, set for release a year after his untimely death
Almost a year to the day since his tragic passing, Robin Williams' last ever feature film will hit UK cinemas in August 2015.
Family comedy Absolutely Anything sees the much-loved actor voice a talking dog, which schoolteacher Nile Clarke (played by English actor Simon Pegg) is able to communicate with after being given the gift of absolute power. Watch the newly unveiled trailer below.
While the sci-fi film will be the last of Williams' to hit the big screen in the UK, before then fans will be able to see the Oscar-winner play one final live action part in indie drama Boulevard, scheduled for a US release this July.
Williams' death in August 2014, quickly ruled as suicide, was met with shock the world over.
Having suffered a long history of depression, the comedian turned actor left behind a legacy of treasured performances, including Good Morning Vietnam, Mrs Doubtfire and Good Will Hunting.
Two posthumous features starring Williams have already been released in his memory, A Merry Friggin' Christmas and Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, both in 2014.
Absolutely Anything is released in UK cinemas on August 14, 2015. For more cinema listings in your area see our new What's On section.