Robin Williams left four films behind when he passed, the first being a holiday feature named “Merry Friggin’ Christmas.”
Set for release on VOD and in theaters on November 7, “Christmas” is a dark comedy that co-stars Joel McHale, Lauren Graham (“Parenthood”) and Wendi McLendon-Covey.
“Entertainment Tonight” got their hands on a clip of Williams in the film, in which he gives his grandson, adorable “Wish I Was Here” breakout star Pierce Gagnon, advice on what Santa really wants as his Yuletide offering.
In the three other yet-to-be-released films, his roles include a voiceover part in “Absolutely Anything,” a live-action/CGI hybrid in which he plays Dennis the Dog. Williams also acted in a drama titled “Boulevard” and the third “Night at the Museum” film.
His on-screen daughter from “Mrs. Doubtfire,” Mara Wilson, released a statement about his death.
“A few news outlets asked if I would be willing to talk about him on the air, and while I usually like interviews, I knew I wasn’t in a good place to do that,” she blogged. “I still (a whole three days later) don’t want to do any. It’s too soon, and I need my own time to process it all.”
Mara also hinted that she’ll be posting her favorite memories of herself with Robin in the near future.