Terry Gilliam’s The Zero Theorem Starts Off As a Claustrophobic Mess Before Heading Somewhere Poignant
"‘How clever, how magical that looks,’ someone must have said. It was just desperation!"
“Robin was tearing his guts out emotionally.”
The future is weird.
And shares his thoughts on movies and comics these days.
"People can slide down the side of a building that’s falling and they don’t get ripped to shreds?"
What advice does he have for aspiring animators? "Keep well away from it, it's dangerous, nasty stuff."
"There's a side of me that's like, 'F-ck this.' Except it's still the best script that I've got."
Called 'The Legend of Hallowdega.'
The financing collapsed.
If you look closely, you can see the masturbating bear inside his head.
See if they can top last night's set.
“I keep reading that I’m directing this thing, but I’m not sure that’s what I’m doing."
August 5 concert will air live online.
Stay safe, Ewan!
More photos from the red carpet and party scene at Cannes.
We hope the English National Opera has fire, flood, hurricane, earthquake, and asteroid insurance.
Plus: Blossom speaks!
It'll remind viewers of the elaborately absurdist animated shorts Gilliam would create for 'Monty Python' starting the following year.
"Nietzsche was wrong. What doesn’t kill you does not make you stronger. It makes you really tired."
"We Love Violence" is a rowdy celebration of police brutality shouted out by vicious police officers, who conclude their ditty with spectacular flatulence.
John Landis: "In the States I'm still quite the schmuck."
Come on, Terry, we know he's weird, but if Tom Cruise asks to be in your movie, you should say yes.
'The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus' has found an American distributor.
This looks like something you'd dream after eating some bad clams and falling asleep in a sauna.