'Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb' Poster Rounds Up Exhibits
Though we're a little disappointed that Merry Friggin' Christmas doesn't look like all that promising of a film to contain one of the final performances Robin Williams delivered before his untimely death, maybe he'll get a proper send off in Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, where he reprises his role as Teddy Roosevelt. A new poster has arrived pegging this one as the final adventure for Ben Stiller and the rest of the museum exhibits (they're pretty much all featured here) that come to life at night. These films have never been masterpieces, but as family friendly adventure comedies, I've enjoyed them. Look below!
Here's the new poster for Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb from Fandango:
If you haven't watched the teaser trailer for Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, see it here.
Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb is directed by Shawn Levy (Night at the Museum, Real Steel, Date Night) and written by Thomas Lennon & Robert Ben Garant and David Guion & Michael Handelman. This time, the Egyptian Golden Tablet of Pharaoh Ahkmenrah begins to corrode, forcing international action in London's British Museum and Larry Daley (Ben Stiller) Pharaoh Ahkmenrah (Rami Malek), Teddy Roosevelt (Robin Williams), Attila the Hun (Patrick Gallagher), Sacajawea (Mizuo Peck), Roman centurion Octavius (Steve Coogan) and Jedediah (Owen Wilson) must all team up again to save the day. Revel Wilson and Dan Stevens also star in the film which 20th Century Fox releases on December 19th late this year.
Yay Ricky Gervais!
OfficialJab on Oct 16, 2014
I don't think this movie will be a good "send off" role for Robin Williams either. Sadly, his best work was in the Dead Poets days, which is fine by me. To put this into perspective, Orson Welles' last role was the voice of Unicron, a giant talking robot head in Transformers the Movie. Not exactly memorable, but totally fine considering his previous work. I still think Robin Williams' last great role was where he played himself on Louie.
TheOct8pus on Oct 16, 2014
I would disagree about his best work being so long ago. You're discounting 25 years of work on what basis? That cuts out The Birdcage, Good Will Hunting, Insomnia, One Hour Photo, World's Greatest Dad... not to mention the stand up he was doing when working out material at the Cellar was amazing.
Kento on Oct 16, 2014
I would put The Birdcage and Good Will Hunting into the "golden age" with Dead Poets. The other, more recent, films were mediocre at best. His standup was and always will be one of a kind, but I wasn't talking about that.
TheOct8pus on Oct 16, 2014
Ugh...that cave man character is terrible.
DAVIDPD on Oct 16, 2014
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