It seems that Warner Bros. is still backing one of its more troubled films. According to L.A. Times, studio chief Alan Horn is still committed to Where the Wild Things Are.

"We've given him more money and, even more importantly, more time for him to work on the film," Horn said. "We'd like to find a common ground that represents Spike's vision but still offers a film that really delivers for a broad-based audience. We obviously still have a challenge on our hands. But I wouldn't call it a problem, simply a challenge. No one wants to turn this into a bland, sanitized studio movie. This is a very special piece of material and we're just trying to get it right."

The film was set for an October 16, 2009 release, but the Spike Jonze-directed film was recently taken off the WB's slate, although it could be brought back on.

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