Spike Jonze is known for making uncomfortable films — I still can't think about the ending of Being John Malkovitch without squirming — but Where The Wild Things Are may be his coldest comfort yet. Major spoilers below...
We caught up with Wild Things producer Tom Hanks on the carpet last night for the big premiere, to chat about wild rumpusing — and learned that there's more than one new plaything appearing in the third Toy Story movie.
If you're worried about taking your kids to see Where The Wild Things Are after reports of crying children having to leave screenings of the rough cut, halfway through, then Maurice Sendak has a message for you: "Go to hell."
When Spike Jonze and Dave Eggers set about adapting Where The Wild Things Are into a movie, Maurice Sendak encouraged them to take a free hand and change stuff. But Eggers and Jonze tell us one change made Sendak nervous.
In honor of the Where the Wild Things Are movie, designer Christian Joy, the man behind Karen O's wardrobe, created five one-of-a-kind costumes based on Maurice Sendak's book. Now you can not only pretend you're Max, you can also sparkle.
It was one thing when Warners announced that they'd be releasing a Watchmen video game, but a video game based on the movie based on the classic Maurice Sendak book is really taking things to far. For shame, merchandise gods.