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PopWrapped | Celebrities

Four Robin Williams Films To Be Released Posthumously

Matthew Jenner | PopWrapped Author

Matthew Jenner

Updated 08/13/2014 2:29pm
Four Robin Williams Films To Be Released Posthumously | Robin Williams
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His tragic death shook the world, but while he may no longer be here in physical form, Robin Williams will continue to live on through his work, four of which are set to be released posthumously. Robin Williams starred in an all-star Christmas comedy entitled Merry Friggin' Christmas, which stars Williams along with Candice Bergen, Joel McHale, Oliver Platt, and many more. It will be released on November 7th. Night at the Museum 3: Secret of the Tomb is his major project, and he was promoting it heavily as production commenced. Williams starred in both of the previous films in the series, and his performance as Theodore Roosevelt was one of his sweeter performances. The film is set to be released on December 19th this year. Williams had a knack for choosing interesting projects, both blockbuster and arthouse fare. He starred in Boulevard, a melancholic indie drama, which premiered at TriBeCa Film Festival this year. There is no definite release date for the film as of yet. Finally, Williams' final performance is in Absolutely Anything, a comedy starring Simon Pegg, where Williams voices Dennis the Dog. The film will be released next year sometime. However, we don't need to wait for these projects to realize Williams' talents and appreciate him as a performer - there are dozens upon dozens of amazing films he brought his magic to. He may be gone in physical form, but Robin Williams will forever stay in our hearts and live on through his amazing work. Keep Up With PopWrapped On The Web!


     
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