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Terry Gilliam

  1. The First Trailer For Syfy’s 12 Monkeys TV Show Looks Pretty Awesome

    Plague of madness!

    Color me utterly surprised. I was excited but skeptical when we first heard Syfy was adapting Terry Gilliam's 12 Monkeys but this looks really great to me.

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  2. Terry Gilliam’s Sci-Fi Film The Zero Theorem Gets a New Trailer, Is the Terry Gilliam-iest

    In which Christoph Waltz has strong feelings about math.

    If there's one thing we've learned from the trailers for The Zero Theorem, it's that this is unmistakably a Terry Gilliam movie, and that's exciting. I'm also pretty excited about the possibility of a role that will make Christoph Waltz stop scaring the heck out of me, so here's hoping he doesn't do anything uncharacteristically menacing judging by these trailers.

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  3. Things We Saw Today: Why So Many Superheroines Have Bare Midriffs

    Things We Saw Today

    Full comic by Stjepan Sejic, via Fashionably Geek.

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  4. American Gods Strides Out of Development Hell, Good Omens Staring Wistfully After It

    old gods do new jobs

    Two items for fans of Neil Gaiman stories about anthropomorphic personifications: Good Omens is not yet completely lost, and American Gods has a new production studio and looks to be getting a new lease on televised life.

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  5. Watch the Trailer for The Zero Theorem, In Which Christoph Waltz Is I Don’t Even Know [VIDEO]

    what is this I don't even

    I feel like I know less about this movie now than I did before I watched the trailer. But ain't that the way with Terry Gilliam? Oh, and nice toupée, Lupin. (via: Collider) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  6. Monty Python Really Planning That Reunion Show

    And Now For Something Completely Different

    The off again on again promises and denials that have gone along with the idea of a much awaited reunion of the prolific comedic troupe, show, and movie makers may have finally been answered. The Telegraph is reporting that the five remaining living members of Monty Python are planning a get together.

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  7. You Know What Crazy Is? Crazy Is Syfy Making A 12 Monkeys TV Show

    Suddenly

    Wackos everywhere, plague of madness.

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  8. Right in Our Wheelhouse: New British Citizenship Test Demands Knowledge of Monty Python

    The United Kingdom has updated it's citizenship test to better reflect a knowledge of the nation's history and culture, rather than practical skills in everyday life. Questions about whether you can use the Internet or know where you're water meter is, for example, have been replaced with trivia about everything from Margaret Thatcher and Stonehenge -- the U.K.'s two most famous rock formations --  to the work of British entertainers like The Beatles and Monty Python. We're really hoping that you can skip the whole exam in favor of doing a solo show of the entire Knights Who Say Ne bit, in which case we are soooooo in.

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  9. A Python Fan’s Dream: Holly Gilliam Investigates Terry Gilliam’s Personal Art Archive

    And Now For Something Completely Different

    Holly Gilliam is the daughter of Terry Gilliam. Terry Gilliam is a legendary director, and the artist and animator behind all of Monty Python's very characteristic animated sequences that peppered both their show and feature length films. Terry Gilliam worked in the days before computer animation, which means, as you might have guessed, he's got a lot of original art sitting around, from backgrounds, to sketches, to the final colored paper cutouts that would be used to animate the Beast of Arrrggghhh. And now, thanks to his daughter, Holly Gilliam, we get to see it all.

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  10. Shut Up And Take My Money: Monty Python and Robin Williams Are Making Sci-Fi

    And Now For Something Completely Different

    Absolutely Anything, based on a script that Terry Jones has been developing with Gavin Scott for two decades, may actually see production this spring. It tells the story of a few aliens and one human and, according to Variety, all those aliens are going to be voiced by the remaining living members of Monty Python, in a group venture the likes of which hasn't been seen since 1998. Also Robin Williams.

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