Director Terry Gilliam reveals they have almost finished their cut of The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, and it may debut at Cannes next year.
After 17 years filled with multiple delays, director Terry Gilliam has finally wrapped production on The Man Who Killed Don Quixote.
Variety erroneously posted a pre-written obituary for Terry Gilliam yesterday, prompting the director to respond in hilarious fashion.
Jack O'Connell has signed on to play a jaded commercial director in Don Quixote, a satirical take on Miguel de Cervantes' classic novel.
The long-gestating and often troubled production was chronicled in the 2003 documentary Lost in La Mancha.
Robert Duvall and Ewan McGregor are set to star in the project, which is currently searching for new financing.
Director Terry Gilliam reports that the long-gestating production has hit another "financial hiccup."
The actor will star alongside Robert Duvall in the Terry Gilliam film.
The actor claims that the director wants him for the leading role.