BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
Now that Pacific Rim to is rolling along, we can focus on what we might see in the mechs versus monsters sequel. For his part, star Charlie Hunnam has a couple things in mind he hopes they do.
With Guillermo del Toro's Pacific Rim 2 prepping for production later this year, it appears as though the film has picked up one more thing along its path: a new title.
After spending years developing the project, Guillermo del Toro made a big move a few weeks ago when it was announced that he would no longer going to be making the DC Comics film Justice League Dark. At the time of this breaking news, no official reason was given for the break - but now the director has gone on record about the situation.`
One of the current “dream projects” for fans is Guillermo del Toro’s Hellboy 3. While there is a desire on the part of the creative minds to make the film, there seems to be little interest from the holders of the purse strings to finance it.
If you've been waiting for more Guillermo del Toro-directed mechs versus monsters mayhem, we've got good news for you. Pacific Rim 2 just took a big step forward.
With the Star Wars Anthology movies looking to fill the gaps between episodes, there's a need for intriguing stories to tell. Read on to find out how Guillermo Del Toro proposes to fill one such gap.
"Normal" is not typically a word associated with the works of Guillermo del Toro, and it seems that trend will continue with his his upcoming haunted house thriller Crimson Peak. How do we know this? Because del Toro really even refuses to call it a "haunted house movie," instead seeing it as something much, much more.
Despite being announced over over two years ago, progress has been slow on Justice League Dark. Now the film has suffered a major setback, as it has lost its director.
Ron Perlman’s mission to get Hellboy 3 made continues. In a recent interview, he teased the story for Hellboy 3, and if you liked the first two films, apparently you’ll be blown away.
While losing a prime director in Cary Fukunaga, the big screen adaptation of It has gained a great opportunity to scoop up a new helmer. Read on to see who's made our It list, and why they fit the bill.
You don’t look like you’ve been properly creeped out in a while, dear readers. Let’s change that, shall we?
Ryan Gosling may have just made his directorial with the dark urban fantasy Lost River, but don’t worry, he’s not giving up life in front of the camera just yet. In fact, it’s being reported that he’s teaming up with both pal Guillermo del Toro and Disney.
While DC seems to have a good grip on their film slate between 2016 and 2020, the future of the planned Justice League Dark movie remains unclear. Now director Guillermo del Toro may not be as committed to lead the film.
The King of Horror has opened up on one of the most anticipated films of the year, and his high praise has only given us more to look forward to.
The trailer for the upcoming horror thriller from director, Guillermo del Toro, Crimson Peak has made its haunting, mind-blowing debut. From what we see, it's riddled with fantastic, horrifically creepy imagery put through the lens of a Victorian, steampunkish aesthetic style. This film certainly appears to have Del Toro back at his visually vicious best.
The folks at Warner Bros. have become extremely focused on developing their very own cinematic universe based on DC Comics properties - but while Justice League characters like Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman and Flash have been the key focus, they're also not forgetting about the more monstrous side of the comic book world.
Justice League Dark is apparently going to tie into the DC Universe in a big way. Read on to find out why this is such a great idea.
Guillermo Del Toro is still steaming ahead with his Justice League Dark film, and we've got some word on the screenplay's status after the jump.
Guillermo Del Toro is on a one-man mission to make sure that Pacific Rim 2 actually makes it to the big-screen. The Mexican director has already figured out where he wants to take the franchise, and he’s now explained where the sequel will pick up after the first.
You can’t fault Guillermo del Toro’s forward planning. We’ve not even had Pacific Rim 2, yet but the beloved Mexican director is already gushing over details for Pacific Rim 3. And from his recent comments, it’s quite clear that he has big plans for the franchise.