Director Zwigoff and Author Clowes Reunite

September 18th, 2007 at 4:18 pm

Terry Zwigoff will direct and write with Daniel Clowes the movie “The $40,000 Man.” It’s currently slated to be released in 2010.

It’s a promising venture. They both earned oscar nominations for best adapted screenplay for 2001′s Ghost World.

Clowes has churned out the stellar Ghost World and the decent David Boring graphic novels and seems to be still hard at work.

Zwigoff (who is evidently competing with Tim Burton for creepiest-looking Hollywood director) directed the fourth best Christmas movie of all time, Bad Santa, and the disappointing Art School Confidential.

The best Christmas movie of all time is Christmas Vacation.
The second best is Christmas Story.
The third best is Home Alone.

There I said it.

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