Universal Pictures' monster-focused Dark Universe cinematic universe might be getting resurrected after it seemingly met its demise.
Pre-production on Universal's Bride of Frankenstein remake appears to have resumed.
Director Guillermo del Toro admits that he regrets rejecting an offer by Universal Pictures to take the reins of its monsters cinematic universe.
With the departure of chief architects Alex Kurtzman and Chris Morgan, the future of Universal's ambitious Dark Universe is left in doubt.
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Dark Universe helmer Doug Liman says he's working to make the supernatural DC movie unlike any we've seen before.
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The filmmaker assures that he's still working on the Warner Bros. project, which will feature such characters as John Constantine, Deadman, Zatanna, the Demon and Swamp Thing.
Guillermo del Toro reveals he'll be presenting his pitch to Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment for Dark Universe, which features supernatural characters like John Constantine, Swamp Thing and Etrigan the Demon. "It's going really well," the filmmaker says.
The (somewhat surprising) revelation that Guillermo del Toro really is working on a movie that teams DC Comics' supernatural characters like Zatanna, John Constantine, Deadman and Swamp Thing isn't just a tease for what would likely end up being a good movie, it's a sign of a way that DC could avoid looking like they're attempting to follow in Marvel's footsteps a little too closely.
Guillermo del Toro has revealed a few more clues about Dark Universe, the potential Warner Bros. film involving DC Comics supernatural characters like Swamp Thing, Deadman, Zatanna and John Constantine. It was previously referred to as Heaven Sent.