The story centers on Simon Pegg's Neil Clarke, who, as Terry Jones explains in an interview with Empire, is given the ability to do anything he wants by a group of aliens, although his decision-making skills leave something to be desired.
"It's about a man called Neil, a teacher in a sink secondary school, who gets given magic powers by aliens. He can make anything happen, [but] he doesn't realize it until his colleague says, 'What would you do if you could do anything?' and Neil responds with, 'I'd make an alien spaceship hit class 4C and vaporise them.' Then there's an explosion in the school, and they run to 4C's classroom, open the door and there's a vast hole in the ground."
The aliens will be voiced by Terry Jones and his Monty Python cohorts John Cleese, Terry Gilliam and Michael Palin, with the late Robin Williams voicing Neil's talking dog Dennis, and Kate Beckinsale playing the woman of Neil's dreams, Catherine. As the story progresses, Neil must decide between his dog and the woman he loves.
Check out the new photos from Absolutely Anything, which is scheduled for release in the spring of 2015.