Saturday, April 02, 2005

Behind The Scenes Again

There's a new "Behind the Scenes" look at The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy, as Moviefone (AOL) has just released a new interview with Robbie Stamp, executive producer of the upcoming sure-to-be-a-classic movie "The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy".

In this interview, Robbie mentions some very interesting tidbits. For example, Douglas Adams' nose is used in the film. The 30-foot high entrance to the temple run by Humma Kavula is actually a huge sculpture of Adams' nose. Humma Kavula, of course, is the megalomaniacial leader of a religion that believes that the universe was sneezed out of the nose of the Great Green Arkleseizure, and who believe that the end of the universe will come in the form of the day of the Great White Hankerchief.

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