'Where the Wild Things Are' photos surface on USA Today
Somehow, we never pegged USA Today as wild. Still, the paper's Web site managed to get a sneak peek at the coming adaptation of Maurice Sendak's "Where the Wild Things Are," and wow does the movie look like it'll be pretty. Sure, there's a chance the CGI will look worse in motion than on studio-released stills, but what we see is just about as close to the real world as we can imagine Sendak's original work.
"Where the Wild Things Are" hits theaters this October.