Quote of the Day: Where the Wild Things Are Is Not a Children’s Movie


In an interesting New York Times Magazine profile where he’s compared to Harold of Harold and the Purple Crayon fame, Spike Jonze explains why his long-delayed film is more inspired by John Cassavetes than Harry Potter. He also provides a funny metaphor for Warner Bros.’s initial hesitation over the material: “It’s like the studio was expecting a boy, and I gave birth to a girl. And now they’re learning to love and accept their daughter.” [via NYT]