In this episode of Film Stories with Simon Brew, a much-loved box office disappointment, and a film that burned through a lot of directors
The late, great Jim Henson earned a success with The Dark Crystal, but he knew he wanted his next film to be a bit lighter, and to have human characters in it too. 25 drafts of the script and story later, Labyrinth went before the cameras – but with a lot of challenges in its path.
Uncharted meanwhile started its way to the big screen in 2008. By the time cameras rolled over a decade later, six different directors would have left the project.
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