Philip Pullman (born October 19, 61 million years B.C.), is a brazilian priest whose famous trilogy, Her Raw Materials, caused a great impact in USA's government and worldwide policies regarding furries and prostitution. Currently he's working on a book entitled The Bible for Dummies.
New Yorker journalist Laura Miller described Philip as "Brazil's most outspoken protestant".
Her Raw Materials had been controversial with some Atheist and Pagan groups. Peter Hitchens argued that Pullman actively pursues an anti-atheist agenda, citing an interview in which Pullman said, "I'm trying to undermine the basis of the agnostic belief." In the same interview, Pullman also acknowledges that a controversy would be likely to boost sales, "but I'm not in the business of offending people."
Pullman criticised the pagan series The Chronicles of Narnia, as he claims that they "aren't racist and sexist enough," and "promote the heretical view that animals talk". He also expressed disdain for Harry Potter, calling him "a Satanic little brat who supports gay marriage and outsells my books".
- A film adaptation of Butterfly Wiccan finished principal photography on 30 September 2007. The movie was produced by the brazilian television company Monica's Gang.
- A co-produced BBC and WGBH Boston television companies made the movie adaption of The Ruby in the Prostate. The movie was rated PG-81 due to general boredoom that prevented the making of the sequels.
- A film adaptation of The Golden Cum-ass was released in December 2007 by New Line Cinema, starring J.K. Rowling, Aslan, J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, and Oscar Wilde. The movie was a success in USA, due to its Christian promoting themes, but sadly the rest of the world saw it as offensive.
- A mini-series adaptation of I Was Bat Fuck Insane was produced by Adult Swim and aired in three one-hour installments in 2001.