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Though Robin Williams departed from this world too soon, he left behind a legacy of memorable performances — some of which we haven't even had the pleasure of seeing yet. Four movies of his will likely be posthumously released — but the Mrs. Doubtfire sequel is sure to be canceled.

Perhaps the biggest of Robin's upcoming movies is Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb — the third movie in the Night and the Museum series, in which Robin plays Teddy Roosevelt. As Entertainment Weekly notes, the threequel wrapped production in May and will hit theaters on December 19.

Robin also wrapped Merry Friggin' Christmas in recent months, a family comedy co-starring Lauren Graham, Wendi McLendon-Covey, and Joel McHale. That movie will be released even sooner — on November 7.

On the drama side, he plays an seemingly-unremarkable man in facing a midlife identity crisis in the drama Boulevard, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in April but hasn't yet found widespread distribution.

And though he won't appear on-screen, he voices an animated dog in a live-action comedy titled Absolutely Anything, which also features Kate Beckinsale and Simon Pegg and is slated for a 2015 release.

Robin had also taken meetings with Elf writer David Berenbaum about a sequel to Mrs. Doubtfire — the 1993 comedy in which he plays a divorcé who dresses like an elderly female housekeeper to gain access to his kids. David was working on the second draft of the sequel's script, but by all reports, the project will be scrapped. That seems only appropriate — it's hard to imagine anyone else rising to Robin's level.

Source: Entertainment Weekly



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