Someone make this book happen! (On second thought, don't.)
Book critic Kathryn Schulz on the man behind a whole raft of beastie boys.
The books of Sendak, who died today at 83, are as universal a staple of early childhood as a pacifier or a tantrum.
The author of Where the Wild Things Are has died.
When people ask him to do a Where the Wild Things Are sequel, he tells them to go to hell.
The director talks about bonding with Sendak, how documentary is different than narrative film, and the best way to release a movie.
The 23-minute short comes with the 'Where the Wild Things Are' DVD.
October-hit-movie costuming done right.
Are you ready for another Dave Eggers–penned film for adults that looks deceptively like one for kids?
Not very many people wanted to play a game.
Vulture raps with Dano about the voice-acting process and the movie's success despite its offbeat tone.
But still didn't do as well on its opening weekend as 'Couples Retreat'.
Earliest projections could be sign of a big hit.
Some are too intense; others, too visionary. A few, too racist.
A real-life Max feints from tragedy to farce: Balloon Boy through the prism of movies.
Also, says the charming Sendak: "I'm going to die pretty soon."
Plus: Should 'Dollhouse' be canceled, Eliza Dushku is already lining up her next gig.
How would he have lit the rhino scene? What would Warner Bros. have thought of Charlie Kaufman's rewritten screenplay?
"All Is Love," the first single from Karen O's 'Where the Wild Things Are' soundtrack, has just been made available for streaming on MySpace.
It certainly looks familiar, doesn't it?
Warner Bros. is still focused exclusively on courting you, the discerning hipster.
Says Sendak: "What I've seen [Spike Jonze] do is, he's turned it into his without giving up mine ... He's touched me very much."
Guess this means we won't be seeing any of the Wild Things' wangs.