Terry Gilliam:

"Johnny and I made a deal when Quixote collapsed. He said, 'You make a commercial film, I'll make a commercial film, and we'll get the money to do Quixote.' He made Pirates. Grimms is my commercial film. We had a screening a few days ago, showed it to the producer of Tidelands, Jeremy Thomas. He didn't know anything about it beforehand. He saw it and said, 'I guarantee, it'll be $200m at least.' That was nice - a producer saying that. I hope he's right."
Muy buena nota de The Guardian; Gilliam habla de The Brothers Grimm, Tidelands, The Man Who Killed Don Quixote y hasta de Good Omens.

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