Robin Williams sadly passed away in August, and at the time, he had multiple projects in the can (as they say in Hollywood). Now, the trailers for Williams' final films are rolling out. They continue to showcase his immense range as an actor — from comedic brilliance to his equally great flair for the dramatic.
A new trailer for the most anticipated of Williams' posthumous roles just arrived. In Night the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, which hits theaters on December 19, he reprises his role as Theodore Roosevelt. Along for the ride are Dan Stevens, Ben Stiller, Rebel Wilson (doing her best Ali G impression), Ben Kingsley, Ricky Gervais, and Owen Wilson. Oh, and Crystal the Monkey from The Hangover II, whose pee apparently saves two characters in Night at the Museum 3 from sure death.
Secret of the Tomb is probably the silliest film Williams completed before his untimely death. Ahead, watch two more trailers that highlight just how broad his talent could be.
In The Angriest Man in Brooklyn, which was released to little fanfare this past May, Williams plays a perpetually perturbed man who finds out he has 90 minutes to live.
In A Merry Friggin' Christmas, which came out on November 7, Joel McHale plays Boyd Mitchler, who's devastated when he realizes he has to spend Christmas with his eccentric father (Williams). The two are forced to go on a madcap road trip to retrieve Boyd's presents for his son before the sun rises on Christmas morning.
Williams still has two more unreleased films: Absolutely Anything and Boulevard.