The trailer for Robin Williams' last on-screen role before his death in August 2014 was released Thursday and is a reminder of the late actor's breadth of acting ability.
Williams, who had won an Oscar for his dramatic role in "Good Will Hunting" and lifetime acclaim for "Awakenings," shows similar somberness in "Boulevard," a film about a repressed 60-year-old man who begins to question his marriage and sexuality when he befriends a young gay street hustler played by Roberto Aguire.
Williams posthumously appeared in "Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb," and the death-themed film "The Angriest Man" as a the main character with 90 minutes to live and reconcile with his family. He will also be featured in the upcoming Simon Pegg-starred comedy "Absolutely Anything" in a voice-only role.
"Boulevard," directed by Dito Montiel, is Williams' last dramatic work before he committed suicide last summer. The movie premiered at the Tribecca Film Festival and is slated for release on July 10.