Guillermo del Toro
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Guillermo del Toro has an animated movie called Trollhunters heading to Netflix, and today, we get our first look at the series.
Netflix, Inc. and DreamWorks Animation (NASDAQ: DWA) today announced the expansion of their current multi-year deal, making Netflix the global home, outside of China, to a number of new original series for the whole family from the studio. The deal also covers streaming rights to the DreamWorks Animation feature film library.
Zach and Stephen venture to the theater to see Crimson Peak. Was it scary as heck? Did they wet their pants? Was it a snooze fest? Take a listen as they talk about what worked and what didn’t work in this week’s Zach on Film. WARNING: MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD!
In an interview with The Guardian auteur Guillermo Del Toro spoke about his upcoming film Crimson Peak (hitting cinemas on Friday), and his inclination to work on more films like that, rather than pursuing Pacific Rim 2 or Justice League Dark both of which have been in developmental Hell at their respective studios. “What I can tell you quite safely is, I don’t intend to keep on doing big, giant Hollywood movies for much longer. ‘Crimson Peak’ is a great permit for me to work on a smaller scale. I mean, it’s big for a drama, but it’s a much smaller undertaking than ‘Pacific
We were able to learn more about Crimson Peak during the Legendary panel at the San Diego Comic Con, and if you want to know more about the movie, or get a feel for movie, here’s a video of Guillermo del Toro doing a walkthrough of the SDCC exhibit.
Guillermo del Toro just tonight released a video message confirming that Pacific Rim 2 will be arriving in 2017. In more surprising news, the director confirmed a Pacific Rim animated so is coming!
Press Release As the world gears up for the premiere of the new FX television program adapting the original novel trilogy The Strain, Dark Horse announces The Night Eternal, the third comics chapter of this ongoing vampire epic, adapted by David Lapham and Mike Huddleston.
Aliens don’t come from space, instead massive bloody monsters, or “Kaiju”, invade through a dimensional rift deep in the Pacific. In response we build massive bloody robots, or “Jaeger”, to beat up the Kaiju, and defend the planet. Throw in a few paper thin characters, plus a hint of plot, and you have Pacific Rim.