Waititi’s busy television schedule continues to expand with adaptation of the 1981 Terry Gilliam film.
Decades later, the veteran filmmaker’s stroke-inducing passion project will see the light of day.
That said, the film has overcome a legal bid seeking to cancel its Cannes premiere.
Terry Gilliam’s satirical reimagining follows a former film student/current advertising executive Toby (Adam Driver) as he befriends a man (Jonathan Pryce) who’s totally convinced he is the real and true Don Quixote.
The satirical cinematic reimagining of Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra’s masterpiece Don Quixote stars Adam Driver, Jonathan Pryce, and Gilliam himself.
After turning down Weinstein’s lewd advances, she “was never in any other Miramax film.”
Martin Scorsese, Stanley Kubrick, and Wes Anderson have all come a-knockin’.
After 20 years in development, The Man Who Killed Don Quixote is heading into production this fall.
18 years after its inception, Gilliam’s white whale is within reach.
A dystopian fantasy that remains as arresting and prescient as ever.
“This in fact is probably the only reason to buy this new Blu-ray version of the film.”
Limited edition packaging comes this October.