Comedian Robin Williams had four unreleased films in the can before his passing last week. It was thought his work in all of them was complete, but today comes word that his final role may not have been entirely finished.
That film, Terry Jones' "Absolutely Anything," is a comedy starring Williams as the voice of a dog and Jones' fellow Monty Python alum as the voice of a group of aliens. There's also a live-action cast led by Simon Pegg as a schoolteacher who is granted the power to make his every wish a reality.
Now, Pegg tells The Telegraph he's not sure if Williams finished recording the voice of his dog, Dennis, for the film:
"I'm not sure Robin had completed doing his voice in the movie. He was doing the voice of my dog and I hope that he had completed it because it would be a real shame not to have him in it. And of course there will be a degree of sadness there, but the work he did do would have been done with his usual verve and brilliance."
Williams' final films include in the holiday comedy "Merry Friggin' Christmas," the big-budget family sequel "Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb" and the indie drama "Boulevard".