Comments: 3252 • Responses: 55 • Date: 2014-03-13 13:06:51 UTC
Terry_Gilliam3145 karma2014-03-13 13:48:29 UTC
I thought I had paid for enough bombs, bombers, and tanks in the 40 years I paid taxes in America while I lived in England. As long as I've done my share in blowing up more innocent parts of the world, I feel I've done my job as an American, so now I'm going to be supporting the British arms race.
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Terry_Gilliam2823 karma2014-03-13 13:21:28 UTC
Yes, what happened is I called Johnny when Heath died and Johnny said "I'll do whatever you want, I'm there." And then I discovered that both Colin and Jude were friends of Heath, because I only wanted friends of his to play those parts. And what they did, they all basically worked for nothing. What they did do is say that the money Heath would have been paid, had he lived, the money would go to his child, and that's what happened.
Terry_Gilliam2590 karma2013-11-21 16:16:33 UTC
I don't like working with me. I usually work with actors who aren't me
Terry_Gilliam2524 karma2013-11-21 16:30:16 UTC
I'm always surprised: The Knights of Ni. It's so ridiculous. There's no way of justifying it.
Terry_Gilliam2365 karma2013-11-21 16:17:59 UTC
Does there have to be a good and bad? Can we have shades of grey? 50 of them possibly?
Terry_Gilliam1713 karma2014-03-13 13:26:51 UTC
No, I'm no longer an American. I renounced my citizenship I think 8 years ago. I'm now 100% British.
No, Seth was just given permission. I'm a big fan of Family Guy and so they could do whatever they wanted to do.
Terry_Gilliam1513 karma2014-03-13 13:55:26 UTC
Oh, that's very nice. I hope I haven't given you too much confidence, because life is ready to kick you in the balls when you least expect it. But that is very sweet.
Terry_Gilliam1482 karma2014-03-13 13:14:33 UTC
Charles Mckeown and I wrote the script. I always felt it was not the best way to treat it because trying to squeeze it into 2.5 hours is an unlikely thing. I think we wrote an interesting version of it, but I think it needed more time to really work. I thought Zack's film worked well, but it suffered from the very problem that I was happy to avoid by not making the film.
Terry_Gilliam1471 karma2014-03-13 13:25:58 UTC
No. I don't believe in remaking films. Especially if they are good films.
Terry_Gilliam1271 karma2014-03-13 13:27:21 UTC
The only British TV I watch as of late is Sherlock, which I think is brilliant.
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