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The Long Journey of "Where the Wild Things Are" from Page to Screen

by on October 24, 2005

The New York Times has an article detailing the long and arduous process of turning Maurice Sendak’s Where the Wild Things Are from a book to a movie (registration required). While many earlier versions were envisioned as animation projects, the current film in pre-production will involve live-action animatronic actors with computer-generated faces. Spike Jonze is slated to direct a screenplay he wrote with novelist Dave Eggers, and Mr. Sendak has given his tacit approval of the project so far.

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