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Robin Williams will voice the character. “It’s not a Monty Python picture, but it certainly has that sensibility,” Jones told Variety. “Anything” is based on a script developed by Jones and Gavin Scott over the past two decades. Jones co-directed 1974′s “Monty and the Holy Grail” with Terry Gilliam and was the sole director on “Life of Brian” and “Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life.”