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Simon Pegg is granted powers by snarky Monty Python aliens toying with him in Absolutely Anything, and the results are hilarious.
While Robin Williams may be gone, but a video uploaded by actor Jamie Costa may help you forget that fact with a series of on-the-money impressions of the late actorís most iconic roles.
Robin Williams may not have completed his voice work for the science-fiction comedy Absolutely Anything. The late actor's co-star Simon Pegg warns that if that is the case, Williams could be cut from the film completely.
Robin Williamsí most recent film, The Angriest Man in Brooklyn, was just released this past May, but there are still more movies from the actor set to come out both this year and further down the line. Read on to find out when and where youíll be able to see the Oscar winnersí final performances.
Anything would follow a teacher who suddenly discovers he can make anything happen with the simple wave of his hand. How does he handle this newfound God-like ability? Since itís a Python comedy, Iím willing to bet that things donít work in the teacherís favor Ö at least, at the onset.
Time to dust off your favorite Monty Python's Flying Circus quotes. The groundbreaking sketch comedy show's surviving members, Michael Palin, John Cleese, Terry Jones, Terry Gilliam and Eric Idle, are close to reteaming for a science-fiction farce titled Absolutely Anything. The live-action comedy, which will be directed by Jones, will center on a man who becomes the plaything of a group of aliens that bestow upon him the power to do "absolutely anything."
Be it on The Daily Show or Community, John Oliver has proven that he is immensely funny. The problem, however, is that Oliver's character