"Almost Anything" is a good title, because it could be about almost anything and I'd still go see it just for the cast. Let's examine what's important about this movie: the late, great Robin Williams voices "Dennis the Dog." The not-late...Show More Summary
The late-actor Robin Williams' last film finds him playing a dog. How does such a thing happen? Oh, the usual way: A member of Monty Python tapped him on the shoulder during an award show and asked him. “I came to L.A. to receive an award," director Terry Jones told Deadline. Show More Summary
Two months after a jury found that singer Robin Thicke and producer Pharrell Williams infringed on Marvin Gaye's song "Got to Give it Up" in their 2013 hit "Blurred Lines," the legal fight drags on: Attorneys for the music stars are now demanding a new trial.
While the untimely death of comedian and actor Robin Williams was a shock to everyone, the actor left behind some pleasant surprises as well. As The Inquisitr reported earlier, the last film Robin Williams ever acted in will be released on July 17. Show More Summary
Aliens give Simon Pegg the gift of doing 'Absolutely Anything', but if he doesn't use it for good the planet will be destroyed.
(YouTube link) Absolutely Anything is the final film with Robin Williams in it -as a talking dog. A snarky, hungry dog. The story follows a schoolteacher, played by Simon Pegg, who is given the gift of absolute power — including bringing...Show More Summary
Last week, in an effort to avoid the kind of litigation that resulted in Marvin Gaye’s family prying millions of “Blurred Lines” dollars from Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams’ fingers, the publishers of Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars’ record-setting #1 smash hit “Uptown Funk!” awarded a songwriting credit to five writers behind the Gap Band’s […]
Oh SNAP! Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams were serious when they said they weren't done battling the recent court ruling regarding their smash hit, Blurred Lines. On Friday, the super sexy duo, had their legal representation take action and submit a motion arguing that there were problems with jury instructions during the case. The motion also [...]
It will be released almost exactly a year from the date of the actor-comedian's death
If you had the power to make your WILDEST dreams come true, what would you wish for? Would you wish for your dog to be able to talk? Or maybe bring a deceased loved one back to life? Perhaps you want to see what it's like to be the President of the United States? Well, that's pretty [...]
Williams final vocal performance hits UK theaters August 14th.
Robin Williams passed away in 2014, but the late comedian is posthumously returning to the big screen as the voice of a talking dog in "Absolutely Anything." The British science fiction comedy follows a disillusioned school teacher named...Show More Summary
Robin Williams' final film, Absolutely Anything, will hit theaters Aug. 14 — almost one year to the day after the actor's death See also: 100 Robin Williams Roles in 1 Stunning Mosaic The story follows a schoolteacher, played by Simon...Show More Summary
When school teacher Neil Clarke (Simon Pegg) is given super powers by a group of aliens in "Absolutely Anything," he realizes he can do just that. Besides giving himself a more fit body and making himself POTUS, Neil also gives his dog Dennis the ability to talk. Show More Summary
Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams seek new trial in Blurred Lines case, Kim Dotcom gets 3 more months and Mayweather fight streamed over Periscope.
If this and Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy have taught me anything, it's that aliens have kind of a thing for weird British dudes. And yes, that really is Robin Williams' voice as Dennis the talking dog, in case "Simon Pegg alien comedy" wasn't enough of a draw for you.
The late Robin Williams was a chameleonic actor who proved that there was nothing he couldn't do onscreen, and that's especially true in the new trailer for "Absolutely Anything," one of his last film roles. Williams puts his gift for...Show More Summary
A fun sense of the August 14 (UK) release... Read the full article on AICN Here’s a look at ABSOLUTELY ANYTHING, something of a soft reunion of key Monty Python players. The film stars Simon Pegg and Kate Beckinsale, with Robin Williams...Show More Summary
Now there's a heavy-hitting lineup you don't see every day - and never will again. In this new feature directed by Python's Terry Jones, Simon Pegg is basically Jim Carrey in Bruce Almighty. Ex...
This is one of those trailers that I find I'm trying to talk myself into. "Ok, it's got Simon Pegg. He's hysterical. And the aliens are voiced by Monty Python. The dog is voiced by Robin Williams in his last...