Directed and co-written by Terry Jones, the film features Kate Beckinsale, Joanna Lumley, Eddie Izzard and the voices of Robin Williams and the Monty Python gang.
The 300: Rise of an Empire actor will star in the modern-day reimagining of the classic novel.
At New York Comic Con, the producers of the upcoming Syfy series teased a vision different from Terry Gilliam’s film, but avoided revealing their new rules for time travel.
The producers and one of the stars spoke to reporters at New York Comic Con about bringing their version of Terry Gilliam’s dystopian film to television.
Watchmen director Zack Snyder responds to criticism that he was “too much of a slave to the material,”
Reading the news that Terry Gilliam has finally secured funding for a new feature after three years of trying got me asking the most obvious of questions: Why don’t more big-name filmmakers use crowdfunding methods like Kickstarter?
The latest trailer for the upcoming short film The Monster of Nix from Dutch artist Rosto makes good use of Tom Waits’ voice.
Although Terry Gilliam has long hoped to adapt Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman’s acclaimed comic fantasy as a movie, Good Omens now appears to be moving toward television. Terry Jones and Gavin Scott are reportedly “in talks” to adapt the novel, which centers on the birth of the Antichrist and efforts by an angel and demon to avert the apocalypse.
Director Terry Gilliam might not believe in “the curse of Don Quixote,” but he might be the last one not to. The financing for his long-time-coming movie based on Miguel de Cervantes’ classic novel has fallen apart, putting the movie on hold… again.
Poor Terry Gilliam. Just as things were looking up on his long developing The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, it appears that the project has stalled once again for an all-too-familiar reason — money.
Not content with turning Sherlock Holmes into a big-budget man of action, Warner Bros. is turning his attentions to another literature classic with an eye to… well, bastardizing it. Are you ready for a burly, explosive Don Quixote?