Robin Williams would have been 64 years old today - watch some of his final films to help honor his legacy.
Williams committed suicide last August in his California home, shocking fans all over the world. The actor had been battling depression, Parkinson's disease and diffuse Lewy body dementia, and was suffering from paranoia in the weeks leading up to his suicide.
Williams was well known for his comedic presence in the world of film and television, including films like Mrs. Doubtfire, Hook, Aladdin, Good Morning, Vietnam and Dead Poets Society.
But Williams also had many films set for release after his unfortunate death. Here are the films that were released posthumously:
A Merry Friggin' Christmas
This holiday-friendly comedy was given a limited release in the U.S. back in November. Williams plays the grumpy father of Boyd (Joel McHale), who forgets to bring Christmas presents for his son. The duo go on a cross country road trip to help Boyd fix his mistake. The film is currently available on DVD.
Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb
Many families went to see this third installment in the Night at the Museum franchise. Williams returns to his role as the wax statue of Theodore Roosevelt. The film centers on Larry (Ben Stiller) returning the tablet of Ahkmenrah before the magic (which allows Roosevelt and more to come to life) goes away. The film is available to rent and buy on Amazon and iTunes.
His last onscreen performance, Boulevard is Williams inhabiting a more dramatic character. Williams plays Nolan Mack, a seemingly ordinary husband living a comfortable life who is also a repressed gay man. He ultimately seeks comfort in a male prostitute, though not necessarily for sex. The film came out in limited release on July 10, and is currently available in select theaters.
Williams' official last film is Absolutely Anything, a sci-fi comedy to which he lends his voice. Williams plays a talking dog named Dennis in the film, which centers on a man (Simon Pegg) who is granted the power to do anything he wants, bestowed upon by a group of extraterrestrials. The British comedy only has a release date in the U.K. for Aug. 14, with no word on if it will be released in the U.S.