There’s one more Robin Williams performance left to see since the actor’s tragic death last year: Boulevard, a drama more in line with his work in films like Dead Poets Society or Good Will Hunting than his signature comedies like Mrs. Doubtfire.
The movie tells the story of Nolan Mack, a 60-year-old banker, who begins to reevaluate his life—and especially his marriage, after meeting a young hustler.
Boulevard hits theaters July 10, and while it’s the last new movie fans can see Williams in, they can still hear him in one more; he lent his voice to the comedy Absolutely Anything, coming in May 2016.
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