Latino Review is reporting on Del Toro’s desire to do an Avengers-esque film with DC’s magic characters as the focus. The report also comes with rumors on Locke & Key’s future live action presence as well.
If you’ve read The Strain, the vampire novel from Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan, in book or comic book form, you know the story is pretty intense. Maybe too intense for regular television, which is why FX is interested in the story for a cable television series.
If you want to know more about del Toro’s Pacific Rim, now you can watch the panel from the San Diego Comic Con.
Remember when Ron Perlman donned the Hellboy makeup and costume to help the Make-A-Wish Foundation? Of course you do, we still have tears in our eyes. Turns out, that little moment moved director Guillermo del Toro to reconsider his No More Hellboy Movies stance.
Acclaimed filmmaker Guillermo del Toro and novelist Chuck Hogan bring their New York Times best-selling series of novels, the Strain Trilogy, to Dark Horse Comics with an ongoing adventure that takes a terrifying spin on the vampire genre.
When the Kaiju rise, who will fight for humanity? That was the pitch at the San Diego Comic Con when Guillermo del Toro announced Pacific Rim. It’s been a year, and now we get an official synopsis from the studio.
Variety is reporting that Guillermo Del Toro will co-direct his first animated feature with Mark Gustafson. The duo will be taking on Pinocchio in a pre-WWII setting.
The Summer Movie Season is quickly winding down, but there are still movies that are generating a lot of talk. This weekend, it’s Guillermo del Toro’s Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark directed by Troy Nixey.
A young girl sent to live with her father and his new girlfriend discovers creatures in her new home who want to claim her as one of their own.
Did you see it? Were you scared out of your undies, or did you sit calmly throughout the entire movie brushing off the scary moments as nothing you haven’t seen before?
Use the comment section below to share your reviews, your thoughts, your ideas, and/or your dislikes about the movie.
Dark Horse Comics released the final teaser image for the big announcement it is set to make Wednesday night at the San Diego Comic Con.
A quick search on Del Toro, and virus, landed us on The Strain page from Amazon…
The visionary creator of the Academy Award-winning Pan’s Labyrinth and a Hammett Award-winning author bring their imaginations to this bold, epic novel about a horrifying battle between man and vampire that threatens all humanity. It is the first installment in a thrilling trilogy and an extraordinary international publishing event.
They have always been here. Vampires. In secret and in darkness. Waiting. Now their time has come.
In one week, Manhattan will be gone. In one month, the country.
In two months–the world.
So is that the big reveal? We’ll find out Wednesday!
Sad news for Lovecraft fans who were anticipating an awesome take on H.P. Lovecraft’s At the Mountains of Madness by Guillermo del Toro. Sadly, the movie will not be, as Universal passed on the project. GdT cites the hard R rating for the canceling of the project. What is really surprising is that Universal thought they could do an adaptation of Lovecraft’s work that is clearly in the hard horror genre.
Del Toro is now moving on to Legendary Pictures Pacific Rim “a PG-13 movie, involving monsters and the creation of a new world.”
“We started developing PAC RIM a while ago with the mad passion and enthusiasm of a project unwatched and unchecked by politics or comparisons. We designed and shepherded the movie we want to make. We start shooting in September and we hit the ground running because we are so in sync. My partnership with Legendary represents, both in scale and creative demands, a huge step forward for me.”
Boo. Boo, I say.