Robin Williams in New 'Night at the Museum' Trailer Is Heartbreaking to Watch (VIDEO)

night at the musem robin williamsConsidering everything that has come to light in the past couple months, this new trailer may be a little bit tough to watch. The world was shocked and saddened when Robin Williams took his own life on August 11, 2014. Recent reports have confirmed that he was suffering from a multitude of ailments, such as hallucinations, Lewy body dementia, Parkinson's, paranoia, depression ... such a tragic end for a talented man who made so many of us laugh. Now a second trailer for Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb has just been released in what will be Williams' final role.

In the film, Williams reprises his hilarious role as Teddy Roosevelt. It's such a shame to think that he was going through so much while working on this project, but a movie like this is quite an appropriate send-off for Williams, don't you think? He even celebrated his last birthday with his costar, Crystal the monkey, back in July.


But let's get to it. Here is the trailer for Night at the Museum:

If you care about the plot at all, apparently the magical tablet that was able to bring all of them to life is losing its power. Ben Stiller, who reprises his role as Larry Daley, flies everyone to the Natural History Museum in London to try to find some answers. You may also recognize Octavius (Steve Coogan), cowboy Jedediah (Owen Wilson), security guard Tilly (Rebel Wilson), and Sir Lancelot (Dan Stevens), among many more funny stars.

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It seemed that Williams truly enjoyed his time on set. In his penultimate post on Instagram, this is what he had to say about Crystal the monkey, with whom he celebrated his birthday:


Happy Birthday to me! A visit from one of my favorite leading ladies, Crystal.

A photo posted by therobinwilliams (@therobinwilliams) onJul 7, 2014 at 5:08pm PDT

There's no doubt that plenty of fans will check out this movie to see Williams in his final role on the big screen. How could you not if you grew up watching him in all the movies in which he starred? It also sure is heart-wrenching to watch him smiling and laughing in this trailer knowing the turmoil going on inside of him. But he does what he does best, which is help us escape from our day-to-day realities, even though he ultimately could not come to peace with his own.

The movie will premiere in theaters on December 19, 2014.

Will you watch Night at the Museum to see Williams on the big screen for the last time?


Image via 20th Century Fox

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