Alan Rickman will be remembered for many things, but his voice will live on forever.
The last film the beloved English actor completed before his untimely death last month was "Alice Through the Looking Glass," and thanks to a new teaser, we get to hear his distinctive baritone one more time.
In the follow up to 2010's surrealist take on the classic fairytale "Alice in Wonderland," Rickman voices Absolem, better known as the Blue Caterpillar. When we last saw the critter, he appeared as a butterfly, planted squarely on Alice's shoulder as she sailed off to China, so expect to hear a lot from Rickman in the sequel.
"Through the Looking Glass" finds Alice returning to Wonderland to battle the half-clock, half-human creature, Time, to save her best pal, the Mad Hatter.
Sacha Baron Cohen, in the role of Time, joins familiar faces like Mia Wasikowska, Johnny Depp, Anne Hathaway and Helena Bonham Carter.
"Alice Through the Looking Glass" hits theaters May 27, 2016.
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