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Articles Tagged 'Terry Gilliam'

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New Trailer: Adam Driver and Jonathan Pryce Star in Terry Gilliam’s Whirlwind ‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote’

Don Quixote, a 17th century literary figure, is being given a second life with Terry Gilliam writing the knightly figure into his modern day film The Man Who Killed Don Quixote. The first official trailer, starring Adam Driver and Jonathan Pryce, was just released yesterday (February 25): Adam Driver portrays “the man” mentioned in the title. […]

Terry Gilliam attends the UK Premiere of “Allied” at Odeon Leicester Square on November 21, 2016 in London, England.

Terry Gilliam Finally Wraps on ‘Don Quixote’ Film After 17 Years

Monty Python star and film director Terry Gilliam will be popping champagne corks this week. A full seventeen years since he first attempted to get his take on Don Quixote off the ground, the movie finally wrapped this weekend. Since the turn of the last century, there have been no fewer than EIGHT unsuccessful attempts to make The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, with […]

The Victorian cricketer W.G. Grace plays God in ‘Monty Python and the Holy Grail’ (Photo: Cinema 5/EMI Films)

WATCH: Terry Gilliam’s Grumpy Commentary for Lost Python Animations

This will only be of interest to anyone observing the reunion of the former members of Monty Python’s Flying Circus and secretly pining for more of those absurd animations Terry Gilliam used to make out of old paintings. In this clip, an extract from one of the Blu-ray extras from the latest re-release of Monty Python and […]

Worlds Greatest Living Illustrators Auction First Editions For Charity

PHOTOS: Britain’s Greatest Living Illustrators’ Annotated First Editions Up for Auction

Sotheby’s auction house in London, England, has put a selection of annotated first edition books on display with illustrations from Peggy Fortnum, Raymond Briggs, Quentin Blake, Judith Kerr, and Terry Gilliam, just to name a handful of contributors. The charity auction, First Editions: Redrawn, asks some of Britain’s most beloved illustrators (and a few authors) “to […]

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10 American Actors Who’ve Done British TV

At the moment, it is relatively commonplace to see British stars infiltrate American TV shows—from Damian Lewis in Homeland to Hugh Laurie in House to Karen Gillan in Selfie—but it’s rarer to come across an actual famous American actor in a British TV show. The reason for this is fairly clear: Hollywood has traditionally been […]

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