The members of British comedy troupe Monty Python will meet in December (14) to discuss new ways to capitalise on the success of their reunion shows earlier this year (14).
The veteran cast, including John Cleese and Michael Palin, returned for the first time in 30 years to perform 10 sold-out concerts at London's O2 Arena in July (14).
The group insisted the reunion shows were their last project together, but Terry Gilliam reveals the success has "reinvigorated the brand" and so the five-piece will have a meeting next month (Dec14) to see how they can continue the Monty Python name.
He tells Britain's The Sun newspaper, "At a gathering in December we'll talk of what we might do. There have always been talks about trying to do a musical of (their 1979 film) Life of Brian."