The remaining members of the legendary comedy group Monty Python are all set to give a press conference in London this Thursday. Could a reunion be on the cards?
They are the team behind some of the funniest movies and television sketches of all-time. Life of Brian and The Holy Grail are beloved by million around the world, due to the incredible silliness added to famous stories and historic characters.
Now, after thirty years apart, John Cleese, Eric Idle, Terry Gilliam, Terry Johns and Michael Palin are all ready to give a press conference this Thursday in London, England.
Rumours are already circulating that a new film project could be on the way, but it could also be a new comedy tour or a television series. One of the most famous comedy sketches ever is that of the Dead Parrot.
Graham Chapman, who played Brian in The Life of Brian, was also a founding member of Monty Python, yet he sadly passed away of cancer in 1989. Their last collaboration was on the film The Meaning of Life in 1983.
Would you like to see these legends of comedy make another film?
*UPDATE – It is now heavily suggested that the reunion will consist of a stage show. We’d have preferred a movie though. “I’m Brian and so is my wife.”