C-Mugs had scheduling conflicts.
And Samantha Morton.
There's even skeleton sex!
Brought to you by Spike Jonze.
It's a 'Being John Malkovich' reunion!
Plus: Darren Aronofsky liked the movie!
"Basically, we played Spike some music from the album and the first images that came to his mind had the same feeling as this idea for a science fiction film I had when I was younger."
... it rhymes with "shmem I.A."
The video for "Drunk Girls" is somewhat reminiscent of "This Too Shall Pass."
Thirty-five minutes of adorable robot love.
The director talks about bonding with Sendak, how documentary is different than narrative film, and the best way to release a movie.
The 23-minute short comes with the 'Where the Wild Things Are' DVD.
Given Kanye's popularity these days, this is probably pretty smart marketing.
Spike Jonze isn't happy about Kanye leaking their new short film.
Vulture raps with Dano about the voice-acting process and the movie's success despite its offbeat tone.
You guessed it, it's weird.
Earliest projections could be sign of a big hit.
Some are too intense; others, too visionary. A few, too racist.
How would he have lit the rhino scene? What would Warner Bros. have thought of Charlie Kaufman's rewritten screenplay?
The two worked together on a short film called 'We Were Once a Fairytale.'
Warner Bros. is still focused exclusively on courting you, the discerning hipster.
Says Sendak: "What I've seen [Spike Jonze] do is, he's turned it into his without giving up mine ... He's touched me very much."
Guess this means we won't be seeing any of the Wild Things' wangs.
Channel 4 has picked up a pilot from David Cross and Spike Jonze.