"Where the Wild Things Are" is a 2009 fantasy/family film directed by Spike Jonze, starring Forest Whitaker, Catherine Keener, and James Gandolfini. The film is an adaptation of the eponymous book by Maurice Sendak, about a disobedient little boy named Max who creates his own world -- a forest full of ferocious creatures who consider Max their ruler. This category is for sites containing information about the film.
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AICN: Moriarty Sits Down with Spike Jonze
Lengthy interview with Spike Jonze about making the film. Also includes debut photographs.
The Big Picture: Can Spike Jonze save 'Where the Wild Things Are'?
Patrick Goldstein discusses the film's production troubles. Includes user comments.
The Guardian: Catch of the day: Where the Wild Things Are
Mark Hooper recalls past attempts at making the book into a movie and discusses pre-production efforts.
IMDb: Where the Wild Things Are
Film overview, synopsis, trivia, full production credits, related films, release dates, filming locations, technical specifications, photographs, and links.
Wild Things: The Art of Maurice Sendak
Essay and images from the April 15 - August 14, 2005 The Jewish Museum exhibit.
The New York Times: Some of His Best Friends Are Beasts
Movie review written by Manohla Dargis. Includes an interactive Multimedia tour. (October 16, 2009)
RogerEbert.com: Where the Wild Things Are
Review of the film by Roger Ebert; cast and crew. (October 14, 2009)
Time.com: Where the Wild Things Are: Sendak with Sensitivity
Movie review of the Spike Jonze adaptation of the classic children's book, written by Mary Pols. (October 14, 2009)
Vulture: Where the Wild Things Are
Positive review of the film's script. (October 16, 2007)
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