In this monthly column we spotlight new Blu-ray/DVD releases by interviewing directors about the scenes that stood out most for them while making their movies. This month, we talk to Terry Gilliam about his bizarre fairy tale Time Bandits (available for the first time on Blu-ray through the Criterion Collection).
After making his mark penning the outlandish animations for Monty Python’s Flying
Terry Gilliam’s long-awaited next film, “Zero Theorem,” is finally going to hit the big screen.
Amplify and Well Go USA Entertainment announced that they acquired the domestic distribution rights to Gilliam’s sci-fi movie and will release it in late summer. “Zero Theorem” debuted at last year’s Venice Film Festival… Continue reading Terry Gilliam's Sci-Fi Movie, 'Zero Theorem,' Set for Late Summer Release
In the upcoming ABC drama “666 Park Avenue,” Terry O’Quinn and Vanessa Williams play Gavin and Olivia, the nefarious owners of a seemingly haunted upper east side apartment building. In the pilot episode, it becomes increasingly clear that the couple have the worst of intentions when it comes to their tenants, who experience a bevy of horrors while residing in their dream apartments.
Williams says that… Continue reading '666 Park Avenue': Vanessa Williams and Terry O'Quinn base devious characters on the Madoffs
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… Lost vet Terry O’Quinn is leaving the sunny confines of Hawaii Five-0 and getting back to some freaky stuff. O’Quinn, an Emmy winner for his role as John Locke on Lost, will star in the ABC pilot 666 Park Avenue, a supernatural drama about a spooky apartment building in New York City. Totally worth the poltergeists though because it’s rent controlled. O’Quinn… Continue reading News Briefs: Lost's Terry O'Quinn Moves Into a Haunted Apartment Pilot
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Lost fans, don’t give up on Terry O’Quinn ever working again with Michael Emerson. In preparation for his multi-episode arc on CBS’ Hawaii Five-0, EW asked the 59-year-old actor to reflect on his past roles — including an NBC drama from J.J. Abrams’ company that O’Quinn was supposed to make with his former Lost