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Let's be real, there are A LOT of cult classics that ought never to be touched again.
While we wait for Terry Gilliam’s The Man Who Killed Don Quixote (which Gilliam hopes will start filming in April), there’s an interesting bit of Gilliam news that may just make your day.
One of our most innovative genre directors is still tired of the superhero formula, even if he did like Ant-Man.
Monty Python and the Holy Grail fans will be (much) rejoicing.
The master fantasy filmmaker says one of his most beloved films could be adapted soon for the small screen.
The world responded in shock and grief on Tuesday when it was revealed that legendary filmmaker Terry Gilliam had died.
The eighth time could actually the charm for Terry Gilliam and Don Quixote.
Toothless and Terry Gilliam and more!
Ranging from his Monty Python days to 12 Monkeys, Terry Gilliam is a legit film icon — but it was another project that really put him on the map as a director.
Terry Gilliam’s Brazil is one of the coolest, weirdest movies ever made -- and here is the master himself digging into what made it so special.