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The streaming service giant has acquired the entire Python catalogue of films, Flying Circus episodes, and various live performances and will be launching them sometime later this year. Credit: Netflix The UK and Canada Netflix subscribers will actually get access to everything on April 15th (at least according to Deadline), but the US won't until sometime later in[...]
17 Years Into The Quest, Monty Python's Terry Gilliam Has Wrapped Production On Don Quixote
Or actually, one man who killed Don Quixote. Yes, after nearly twenty years of setbacks and hardships, Terry Gilliam's The Man Who Killed Don Quixote wrapped production Sunday morning, with Gilliam taking to Facebook to make the announcement: Few productions have ever faced the mountain of problems that Gilliam's project has, with a laundry list of disasters[...]
The Lost Tale of Arrakis – Jodorowsky's Dune
Unlike Lost in La Mancha where Terry Gilliam's film was tantalisingly close to completion until illness and costs beset its downfall Jodorowsky's Dune is a good study of controlling excess, managing expectations and realising when you had bitten off far more than you could chew. Phil Harris (@PhilipGHarris) is a games developer and writer currently working[...]
Reflecting On The Future Of 12 Monkeys
By Brandon Engel While Terry Gilliam may have gotten his start in the comedy troupe Monty Python, he has become something of an authority when it comes to dark, genre filmmaking All of Terry Gilliam's early films had at least some elements of science-fiction or fantasy stories, including Time Bandits and Brazil, but he became an[...]
Paddington Is Love Actually Meets Brazil
This is not a London that exists, but an amalgamation of the Londons that have existed, in truth and in imagination, not dissimilar to Richard Curtis' Love Actually and Notting Hill, but richly portrayed in a manner closer to Terry Gilliam Because, while the London it shows is a chocolate box of delights, it is also[...]
Good Signs For Good Omens – Neil Gaiman Updates Us On The Project
Good Omens, the book by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett, has long been talked about as a possible movie or television adaptation as far back as 2002 when it was being championed by Terry Gilliam At the time rumors included involvement from Johnny Depp and the late Robin Williams Most of the funding was in[...]
Monty Python Live (Mostly): One Down, Five to Go – The Perils Of High-Def
He's always been the most musically-inclined of the group (and given that this was filmed at the end of a 2-week run, his singing voice is in amazing shape), and that musical hook (along with Terry Gilliam's distinctive visuals) has made Python, as a concept, easily recognizable, and broadened their merchandising reach, allowing them to[...]
Official U.S. Trailer For Terry Gilliam's Zero Theorem
The Zero Theorem is the latest film from Terry Gilliam of Monty Python and the director of Brazil and Twelve Monkeys It was released last March in the U.K but is finally set for a U.S release on August 19th The movie stars Christoph Waltz and Melanie Thierry and is said to be about a[...]
Lying In The Gutters – 3rd February 2014 – Terry Gilliam Beats The Superbowl
When the porn parody version of Quicksilver looks better than the actual movie version… So what have you been reading this week? Well, top of the list, that's what happens when Terry Gilliam links to Bleeding Cool on his Facebook page… I also reckon the Geoff Johns story will get some extra play later this week! Top[...]
Inception In Sixty Seconds And In Victorian Paper Cut Outs
And has animation reminicent of his god Terry Gilliam I'm sure he'll be along soon to confirm but for now, here is Wolfgang Matzl's entry to the Done In 60 Seconds competition in Berlin. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KaDLuBaT4ho[/youtube] Here is a version of Inception that even our resident film writer Brendon Connelly might appreciate, in that it's over in[...]