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Warner Bros. has set a July 12, 2013, release date for Pacific Rim, which Guillermo del Toro hopes to follow up with a return to his canceled H.P. Lovecraft adaptation At the Mountains of Madness.
The Wire alum will take the lead role originally developed for Tom Cruise in the giant-monster movie from Legendary Pictures and Warner Bros. Sons of Anarchy's Charlie Hunnam also stars.
Mike Mignola is pretty certain that Guillermo del Toro won't be returning for direct another Hellboy movie.
The latest trailer for Don't Be Afraid of the Dark gives us our first look at the movie's creatures.
Sons of Anarchy star Charlie Hunnam is in negotiations to lead the cast of Guillermo del Toro's upcoming monster movie Pacific Rim.
The acclaimed author and comics writer has signed on to a long-planned $300 million movie trilogy based on Journey to the West, the popular 16th-century Chinese novel about the adventures of the Monkey King.
Guillermo del Toro goes into further detail on what led to the end of his partnership with Universal on the H.P. Lovecraft adaptation At the Mountains of Madness.
Guillermo del Toro has confirmed that work with Universal on the adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft's At the Mountains of Madness has ceased.
Studio concerns may hold up Guillermo del Toro's At the Mountains of Madness further, giving the filmmaker time to direct Travis Beacham's Pacific Rim for Legendary Pictures.
The director joins with The Jim Henson Company and Pathe for a 3D stop-motion animated version of the children's classic, but with a much scarier feel.
The New Yorker profile on Guillermo del Toro offers updates on At the Mountains of Madness and Frankenstein.
Few things are more entertaining than exploring the roots of today's luminaries in film, especially when the said roots are as bizarrely insane as Guillermo del Toro starring as a werewolf in his very own Alka-Seltzer commercial. Yes, really.
In an exclusive interview with Spinoff Online, the Season of the Witch actor reveals who he would have played in The Hobbit, where things are with At The Mountains Of Madness and an intriguing film noir that he co-wrote and hopes to star in before returning to shoot the next season of Sons of Anarchy.
Hellboy director Guillermo del Toro and Battlestar Galactica executive producer David Eick reportedly are finalizing a deal to create the new Incredible Hulk TV series for Marvel and ABC. Del Toro will oversee the monster's design, and direct the pilot if he's available.