Robin Williams 'Absolutely' Finished His Final Film

The Oscar winner's voice remains strong in 'Absolutely Anything.'

In the wake of Robin Williams' death, there was some doubt about whether or not the Oscar-winning actor completed his voice-over work on "Absolutely Anything," the British comedy starring Simon Pegg as an everyman transfused with extraordinary powers, thanks to alien tampering. Williams was set to voice Dennis the Dog, Pegg's character's talking pet, but comments made by Pegg raised questions about whether or not Williams' performance was finished.

Thankfully, those fears aren't panning out. Producers Bill Jones and Ben Timlett released a joint statement (via Empire) to clear the air, saying Williams very much finished recording his performance as Dennis the Dog.

"Contrary to reports, we are able to confirm that Robin Williams completed his voice work recording for the role of Dennis," they said. "Everyone on the 'Absolutely Anything' team was distraught to hear the sad news and we send our condolences to Robin's family."

Williams still has four films remaining to be released: "Merry Friggin' Christmas" with Joel McHale, “Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb” with Ben Stiller, and “Boulevard,” which premiered earlier this year at the Tribeca Film Festival.

"Absolutely Anything" is expected to hit theaters in 2015.