Robin Williams’ movie, “Absolutely Anything,” which he filmed before he passed away, is slated to hit theaters in the United States on May 12.

According to Entertainment Weekly, “Absolutely Anything” will be released nine months after it opened in the United Kingdom. The film will be distributed by Atlas Distribution company, and it is co-written and directed by Terry Jones.

The film follows the life of a man (Simon Pegg) who is granted the power to do anything he wishes by a group of aliens residing on Earth. Kate Beckinsale plays the role of Pegg’s character’s love interest, and Williams lent his voice for the role of a cheeky dog who can talk.

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Williams passed away on Aug. 11, 2014 at the age of 63 due to apparent suicide. Autopsy reports confirmed that the actor’s death was caused by asphyxia. Antidepressants, caffeine and Parkinson’s medication were also found in his system.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Williams battled depression for several years. Following his death, his wife, Susan, told the publication that the actor also suffered from Parkinson’s disease. This resulted in the actor feeling extremely paranoid during certain instances.

The night before he took his own life, Williams placed several wristwatches inside a sock and dropped them off to a friend’s house because he wanted to keep them safe. After doing this, he called Susan to tell her that he’s going to pick up magazines for her at the bookstore. When he arrived home, he handed Susan the magazines, and he looked like he was in a good mood. Just hours before he died, Susan last saw Williams holding his iPad.

In the morning, Susan left the house thinking that Williams was still asleep. But at 11:45 a.m., the actor’s assistant started feeling concerned. He slipped a note inside Williams’ bedroom door. When he didn’t receive any answer, he decided to pick the lock of the door. At this point, he saw a lifeless Williams hanging by a nylon belt in a closet door frame. He was wearing a black t-shirt and jeans. Williams also had cuts on his wrists, and he wasn’t wearing a ring or a watch at the time.

During the investigation, Susan and Williams’ assistant said that the actor never expressed suicidal thoughts. He also never showed any suicidal behavior. Investigator D. Harris browsed through Williams’ iPad and found no indication that he’s been searching for information about suicide. “There were no reflective devices or pornography near the body,” Harris wrote in his statement.

Williams’ body was cremated on Aug. 12, and his ashes were scattered in the San Francisco Bay, according to Entertainment Tonight. A copy of the actor’s death certificate was obtained by Radar Online, and it was dated Aug. 20.

In the official record, Williams was named as an actor and comedian for 43 years. He starred in films such as “Mrs. Doubtfire” in 1993, “Good Will Hunting” in 1997, “Dead Poets Society” in 1989, “Patch Adams” in 1998, “World’s Greatest Dad” in 2009, “Jack” in 1996, “RV” in 2006 and more.

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Robin Williams lent his voice to the film “Absolutely Anything,” which will hit theaters in the United States on May 12. Pictured: Williams receives a special tribute at the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Aug. 25, 2014. Reuters/Mario Anzuoni