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Robin Williams Plays Dennis the Dog In His Final Movie 'Absolutely Anything'

Emma Goddard
by Emma Goddard Published on May 4, 2015

The first trailer for the comedy 'Absolutely Anything' is finally here and already the movie looks promising. Guaranteeing some great laughs from the lead actors, Simon Pegg and Robin Williams, this will be the final movie role for Williams since is death on August 11, 2014.

The film, which will be released on August 14, 2015 in the UK, with no set release date for the US, will star Pegg as Neil Clarke and Williams voicing Dennis the dog. As a comedy meets sci-fi meets animation, this movie embraces both actor's knack for knee-slapping humor.

Focused predominantly on Pegg's character, the trailer begins by revealing that there is a destruction order on Earth.

"One earthling will be picked at random to prove he can use absolute power for good," an alien says in the trailer. "But if he uses it for evil, the earth will be eliminated."

Yet before eliminating our planet forever, this intergalactic council (all voiced by the members of Monty Python) give us one more chance by granting one human the power to do — wait for it — absolutely anything as an experiment to decide whether or not Earth should be destroyed. Enter Clarke who discovers he can get anything he wants simply by wishing for it, whether bringing back the dead or becoming the president of the United States.

With advice from Dennis throughout this journey, Clarke must learn how to appropriately use his powers to save the world while also wooing his neighbor Catherine (Kate Beckinsale).

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This article was written by Emma Goddard. Follow her on Twitter @egoddardhokie.

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