Fans of Robin Williams can celebrate his comedic talents in the coming months, thanks to several unreleased films. Here is what Williams had in the works:

Robin Williams: The Projects He Left Behind

“Absolutely Anything”: Simon Pegg stars as a schoolteacher who has been granted his every wish by a group of aliens. Kate Beckinsale plays Pegg’s love interest while Williams voices his dog, Dennis. Monty Python alum Terry Jones directs. (Seeking US distribution.)

“Merry Friggin’ Christmas”: Robin Williams and Joel McHale co-star in this road trip comedy about a father and son who set out to retrieve forgotten Christmas gifts. “Community’s” Tristram Shapeero directs. (Seeking distribution.)

“Boulevard”: Williams takes the lead as a devoted husband who is living a double life involving a colorful street hustler. The film, directed by Dito Montiel, received a warm reception at the Tribeca Film Festival. (Seeking distribution.)

“Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb”: Williams reprises his role as Theodore Roosevelt in the third “Museum” installment directed by Shawn Levy. This time around, Larry (Ben Stiller) hits the road on a globetrotting journey to save the magic of Tablet of Ahkmenrah. (In theaters Dec. 19, 2014.)