New Museum Trailer Shows Robin Williams in Last Film Role
The new trailer for “Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb” has been released. Fans of Robin Williams can get a glimpse of his last capture on film in it as a feast on the eye.
Shining in his talented comedic element, the Hollywood banana Williams portrayed former President Theodore Roosevelt in the film for the third time, where final night takes place at the British capital’s Natural History Museum.
According to Entertainment Weekly, “Williams reprises his role as the President, where there is the magical tablet that animates him and fellow historical figures Octavius and cowboy Jedediah running out of its magic.”
This film is one of four completed projects that Williams left behind after his August death. The others are “Boulevard”, a drama released earlier this year at the Tribeca Film Festival; “Merry Friggin’ Christmas”, a fresh holiday comedy; and “Absolutely Anything,” in which Williams served as the dub of “Dennis the Dog”.
From Robin’s preview tweeted in July this year, we can detect his noticeable delight and excitement about the movie released before his untimely death. In the tweet it said: “First look at the new ‘Night at the Museum Secret of the Tomb.’ I hope you enjoy it.”
Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb also sees stars Owen Wilson, Ben Kingsley and Dan Stevens, coming out on December 19.