With perpetually delayed projects like Chinese Democracy, Inglorious Bastards, and Where the Wild Things Are now closer than ever to near-existence, Terry Gilliam must be feeling left out. According to Hello! magazine, the hapless film director is allegedly making plans to revive The Man Who Killed Don Quixote — the movie whose first hilarious problem-plagued attempt resulted in the excellent documentary Lost in La Mancha — with Johnny Depp purportedly interested again. We shudder to think what natural and financial disasters will beset Gilliam's production this time (maybe a plague of locusts can steal the catering truck?), but we anxiously await the making-of documentary.