The Man Who Killed Don Quixote
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"We are legally victorious!" Gilliam wrote on Twitter following the announcement that "Don Quixote" will officially close the 2018 Cannes Film Festival.
After working on the project for more than 20 years, the writer-director will premiere his Miguel de Cervantes send-up at last.
The decision is unrelated to recent reports that Gilliam is recovering from a stroke.
The British writer-director intends to close the 71st annual Cannes Film Festival with his film, hoping that critics will declare it a time-traveling masterpiece.
Cannes president Pierre Lescure and director Thierry Frémaux are voicing their support for Terry Gilliam's passion project.
20 years after starting to develop "The Man Who Killed Don Quixote," Gilliam will finally unveil his passion project at Cannes next month.
Adam Driver and Jonathan Pryce lead Gilliam's passion project, which is rumored to be a contender for Cannes this year.
The curse be damned! "The Man Who Killed Don Quixote" is on track for a possible Cannes 2018 debut.
How Gilliam's long-gestating project starring Adam Driver evolved over nearly two decades.
The writer/director took to Facebook to celebrate.
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