It has almost been three years since the world was shocked and saddened by Robin William's heartbreaking suicide, and it appears the iconic actor's final film is finally ready to hit U.S. theaters.
"Absolutely Anything" was previously released in the UK in August 2015, but according to Deadline, the U.S. distributor is aiming for a May 12 release. Williams voices a talking dog alongside star Simon Pegg in the sci-fi comedy in which aliens give an earthling the ultimate power to shape the universe however he sees fit.
The movie is also significant because it is the first feature film that reunited every living member of British comedy troupe Monty Python for the first time since "Monty Python’s The Meaning Of Life" in 1983. Terry Jones, also of Python fame, directed.
John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Michael Palin, Kate Beckinsale and Eddie Izzard also star in the movie which Williams' finished just three weeks before his death.