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Grimm News for Good Omens

April 19th, 2003

Terry Gilliam, who has directed some visually stunning movies in his career, is leaving the production of Good Omens in order to direct The Brothers Grimm. Producer Charles Roven did hint that Terry Gilliam could come back to helm the darkly comedic apocalypse movie at a later date, if a new creative team is not found by then.

It should come as no surprise that Terry Gilliam is leaving, as Good Omens’ production has been stalled for a couple of years. And after production of his previous film, The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, was besieged by disaster and had to be abandoned, Terry Gilliam is itching to get behind the camera and finish a movie.

For more information about the not quite making of The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, see the documentary Lost in La Mancha, in theatres now and on DVD on June 24th.

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Source: Sci-Fi Wire

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