'The Man Who Killed Don Quixote' was almost The Passion Project That Killed Terry Gilliam.
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LOS CABOS, Mexico — In town to promote “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote,” celebrated writer-director Terry Gilliam met with Variety for a conversation in which the Monty Python alum laughed more than he talked, addressed graciously the good and bad of film criticism, and taking silly work seriously. Gilliam started off stressing that he is not, […]
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Terry Gilliam's beleaguered Don Quixote movie has not so much hit another bump in the road as it has careered off the carriageway entirely, and is now on its roof in a ditch.
Terry Gilliam was hospitalised at the weekend, as he waits for a court verdict over whether his movie The Man Who Killed Don Quixote can be shown at the Cannes Film Festival.
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Terry Gilliam has announced that he’s wrapped on his movie ‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote’, the film he’s been trying to make since 1998. “Sorry for the long silence,” he wrote on Facebook yesterday. After 17 years, we have completed the shoot of The Man Who Killed Don Quixote.
It’s official - Terry Gilliam is the unluckiest filmmaker in the world. ‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote’ - the long-beleaguered passion project from ‘Monty Python’ alumni Terry Gilliam - has hit yet-another stumbling block. “I had this producer, a Portuguese chap, who claimed he’d get all the money together in time,” Gilliam explained to the BBC.
On returning to the location where he shot the film, he encounters a real life Don Quixote, to be played by Gilliam’s fellow ex-Monty Python Michael Palin. For the benefit of the uninitiated, this loose modernisation of the classic novel by Miguel de Cervantes is a project that Gilliam has been trying to get made for decades, and his bad luck on the project has been legendary. Gilliam’s most notorious failure to get ‘Don Quixote’ filmed was chronicled in documentary ‘Lost in La Mancha,’ shot behind the scenes when the film began production in Spain in 2000, with Johnny Depp in the role of Toby and Jean Rochefort as Don Quixote.
It’s official – ‘Don Quixote’ begins filming this September… supposedly. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Terry Gilliam’s plagued production has just been refinanced… and ‘Don Quixote’ will begin shooting later this year. “Paulo Branco is stepping in as producer for Terry Gilliam’s beleaguered The Man Who Killed Don Quixote,” they revealed.
Terry Gilliam can rest easy tonight, after it emerged that he wasn’t, in fact, dead. Movie industry bible Variety is obviously trying to get a little bit ahed of the curve with its obituaries, meaning that Gilliam’s was published a bit early. With some details kept understandably vague, the headline read: “Monty Python’s Terry Gilliam, Director of Brazil, Dies at XXX.” Penned by reporter Dave McNary, the rest of the article goes about summing up his directorial career, and his involvement as one of the founders of Monty Python’s Flying Circus. A few hours later, Variety published a correction on Twitter.