IT seems that the end of Terry Gilliam’s epic fifteen-year-struggle to film The Man Who Killed Don Quixote is still nowhere near the horizon.
Filming was scheduled to start at the beginning of January in the Canary Islands but has once again been pushed back.
“It’s been delayed, right now he’s in the UK working on other things,” said a source from production company Nostromo Pictures.
After Johnny Deep and Ewan McGregor, the lead role is currently claimed by former Skins star Jack O’Connell and is to be produced by Adrian Guerra.
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