Thursday, April 19, 2007

Gilliam Still Hasn't Rights To Man Who Killed Don Quixote Script Back In His Posession

Speaking at the Amsterdam Fantastic Film Festival (only yesterday, I believe) Terry Gilliam has admitted that he still doesn't have the rights to his The Man Who Killed Don Quixote script back. He describes negotiations as being in their "final final final final" stages (unless I lost count) and that he's still planning to cast Johnny Depp.

Will it ever happen? Blimey - I certainly hope so. If only cosmic ordering could conceivably work... I'd get Terry his script back, me a nice big pile of money so I could protect against future working, and have Noel Edmond's lose his job presenting Deal or No Deal.

2 comments:

Mark said...

Dude! It's bloody dangerous joking about cosmic ordering! I did it a week or two ago, and I've been bloody pestered by them trying to get me to link back to them ever since.

Brendon said...

If they want me or you to link back to them so much, why don't they cosmically order it?

Oh. I forgot. because they know how much of a 'crock' it is, as our American chums would say, so they wouldn't even bother.

Let's see if they hassle me too.