There is exciting news for the fans of late Robin Williams, American stand-up comedian and actor. The superstar's final film, called "Absolutely Anything," will hit the silver screen across the US on May 12th. Robin did not appear in the film — he lends his voice to a character of pet dog.

Other posthumous releases of Robin Williams

This is not the first film of Robin Williams to be released after his death. Two other movies in which he worked were also released posthumously. The other movies were "A Merry Friggin’ Christmas" that was released in November 2014 and "Night at the Museum 3" which hit the silver screens in December 2014.

More about the movie 'Absolutely Anything'

The movie, which is a science-fiction comedy, revolves around British actor Simon Pegg who plays the character Neil and how he is given the power to do almost anything by some aliens. What Neil does as a result is that he bestows his pet dog Dennis, voiced by Robin Williams, with the ability of human speech.

On August 14th, 2015, the film was released in the United Kingdom and now, two years after its release, the movie will make its way to the American cinemas.

Other cast members of the movie include British actors Kate Beckinsale, John Cleese, Eric Idle, Eddie Izzard and American-born British screenwriter Terry Gilliam.

Details about the actor's death

Robin's fans around the world could not believe the news of his death on August 11th, 2014 when it was found out that the 63-year-old actor had committed suicide at his home in Tiburon, California.

The actor was found hanged from a belt in his home however according to his wife Susan Schneider, the star ended his life because he was suffering from Lewy body dementia. The actor was married thrice and had three children in total.

Awards and Nominations won by Robin Williams

The top Hollywood actor won several awards during his movie career including an Academy Award in the Best Supporting actor category for the 1997 movie "Good Will Hunting".

Throughout his professional career, he was nominated for a total of four Oscar awards. He also won several Golden Globe awards in the Best Actor category for movies including "Good Morning, Vietnam" (1988), "The Fisher King" (1992), "Mrs. Doubtfire" (1994).

He also won four Grammy awards, two Screen Actors Guilds Awards and various other awards.