Python Reunion Confirmed

Written by Vanessa Vernick January 27, 2012

Remaining Pythons Will Lend Their Voices to Sci-Fi Comedy

The British kings of comedy, Monty Python, have announced that they will begin filming their almost-reunion film, Absolutely Anything, this coming spring. While not officially a Monty Python film per se, it will be directed by Terry Jones, who also directed Life of Brian (1979) and The Meaning of Life (1983), and will be dedicated to the memory of the sixth Python, Graham Chapman who died in 1989.

Absolutely Anything will be a Sci-Fi flick that combines CGI with live action. The five remaining Pythons, Michael Palin, John Cleese, Terry Jones, Terry Gilliam and Eric Idle will provide their voices for a group of aliens who grant a human absolute power, which eventually leads to utter disruption. The film will also feature the voice of Robin Williams. They are hoping for a late 2012 release.

Source: Variety

 

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About Vanessa Vernick

Vanessa is a writer and editor for We Eat Films and, thus, has a love for film (especially classic FIlm Noir) and a passion for writing. She is currently in pursuit of an Honours Double Major in Criminology and Sociology at Western, giving her a unique edge, and tries to incorporate a bit of this into much of what she writes. She is hoping to pursue her Masters in Journalism. When she's not writing, you'll usually find her glued to her TV or enamoured by one of the great, classic Penguin novels.

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