Where The Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak is a children's picture book originally published by Harper & Row which describes the imaginary adventures of a young boy named Max, who is angry after being sent to his room without supper. Max wears a distinctive wolf suit during his adventures and encounters various mythical creatures. The book is generally regarded as a classic of American illustrated children's literature.
"Where the Wild Things Are" is the 18th episode of season 4 of the television show Buffy the Vampire Slayer. See also List of Buffy the Vampire Slayer episodes.
Where the Wild Things Are is a film adaptation of a Maurice Sendak picture book of the same name. The film will be directed by Spike Jonze and written by Dave Eggers. It was originally set for release from Universal, and a teaser of the film was attached to How the Grinch Stole Christmas, a vehicle from the same studio.
Where the Wild Things Are is a 'fantasy' opera in one act by Oliver Knussen to a libretto by Maurice Sendak, based on the writer's own children's book. There were two premieres: a preliminary version was staged in Brussels at the ThÃ©Ã¢tre de La Monnaie on 28 November 1980, with a final version performed by Glyndebourne Touring Opera at the National Theatre, London on 9 January 1984.
"Where the Wild Things Are" is a song written by James Hetfield, Jason Newsted and Lars Ulrich of Metallica, and appearing on the 1997 Metallica album ReLoad. At six minutes and 54 seconds it is the third longest song on the album ("Fixxxer" being the longest at eight and a half minutes). The song's slow tempo is indicative of the band's movement away from its thrash metal origins.
Where The Wild Things Are is a compilation album of New York hardcore tracks by various artists. It was the first release on the hardcore punk specialist label, Blackout Records and was released in 1989.