When Robin Williams was found dead on August 11, he left behind an amazing library of films, but he also had several projects in the works that audiences have yet to see.
The most visible would likely be the sequel to 1993 hit Mrs. Doubtfire, which hadn't begun filming. It's hard to imagine anyone filling Robin's shoes in that role, and Variety indeed reports that the sequel is unlikely to go forward, though screenwriter David Berenbaum reportedly met recently with Williams to go over the script.
Williams also had several projects in the can, with Night at the Museum: Secrets of the Tomb, set to be released December 19, and Merry Friggin' Christmas scheduled to arrive November 7.
He also starred in Boulevard, which has yet to be picked up by a distributer, and voices a dog in Absolutely Anything, set to arrive in theaters in 2015, Variety reports.
Williams was a big-screen powerhouse, but he also appreciated the work of others. Watch to see Williams revealing his favorite movie of all time: