Hey folks, Harry here and... the thought that the Terry Gilliam WATCHMEN film might have a minute spark of existence left in it's development hellfire burnt body... thrills me. Now, the weird part is the 12 hour film part. I just don't see that as happening. 4 Three hour movies? 6 Two hour movies? 1 Twelve hour movie? I mean... I'm there no matter what... but ya know.. the ol Sam Hamm script for WATCHMEN pretty much ruled planet Earth. Is there a reason not to film that? I don't think so.... But then Gilliam's the genius... not me... Here ya go folks..
Hi, Harry. Skywalker here (waiting for James Cameron's Mazinger Z confirmations :))
Well, Terry Guilliam was yesterday in the Festival Internacional de Cine de Sitges. As he is working in "The Man who killed Don Quixote" in Spain it wasn't a long journey. He told us that when he finish "Don Quixote" he will beguin the "Good Omens" adaptation (you know, Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett's book).
The director of "12 Monkeys" said some things about "Watchmen", the Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons comic series he is supposed to adapt too. "I've received a new offer to do "Watchmen" after "Good Omens" but I won't direct the movie if I'm not allowed to make a 12 hours film". Well, that would make an interesting movie, wouldn't it?
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