Robin Williams Might Be Cut From Monty Python’s ‘Absolutely Anything’ | Film News
No one actor in living memory brought so many people together in the hours and days after his tragic passing and yet it seems one of Robin Williams‘ final films could end up losing his unique brilliance. Unlike the posthumous performances of Heath Ledger in The Dark Knight or Paul Walker in Fast and the Furious 7, reports are circling that Williams may not feature in upcoming British comedy Absolutely Anything, due out in 2015, as his voice over was only partially completed. Notable once for reuniting the surviving Pythons, it will now go down as being one of Williams final projects alongside Night at the Museum 3 and The Angriest Man in Brooklyn. It seems right though that it should remain untouched, no one could come close to his charm and talent.
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