British director Terry Gilliam (“12 Monkeys”, “Time Bandits”) is at it again – a new film on the way, lets hope this one comes together quicker.
At a post-“Tideland” screening Q&A with a packed audience at the University of Hertfordshire, Gilliam revealed to This is Hertfordshire that he has just finished a new script with long-time writing partner Charles McKeown and hopes to win funding to take it to the big screen.
McKeown worked with Gilliam on two of his more famous project – “Brazil” and “The Adventures of Baron Munchausen”.
No title is known as yet, though filmick previously reported that the $20 million film tells of an immortal storyteller finding that today his brand of fantasy isn’t widely accepted any longer.
As for a reunion with the Monty Python Crew? “this is unlikely for the forseable future” says the paper.