Critically acclaimed for Dead Like Me, Wonderfalls and Pushing Daisies, Bryan Fuller simply hasn't had any luck in keeping his television projects alive for a lengthy period of time. But his next series could have a considerably better chance at survival: a reboot of The Munsters.
He's talked about weekly visits there before, but now Guillermo del Toro is ready to announce just what he's doing with DreamWorks Animation - and it's hunting trolls. Thankfully, not the ones that cause trouble on the internet.
Now that he's no longer involved with The Hobbit, what are the odds that director Guillermo del Toro would make a third Hellboy movie? Apparently, not that good.
Guillermo del Toro and Troy Nixey gave the audience at Comic-Con International plenty of reasons to keep the lights on with the presentation for their remake of "Don't Be Afraid of the Dark."
In order to direct At the Mountains of Madness, Guillermo Del Toro allegedly had to surrender the director's chair on a Van Helsing reboot produced by and potentially starring Tom Cruise.
As Guillermo Del Toro departs one high profile novel adaptation alongside an equally high profile producer, he finds another similar project in the form of H.P. Lovecraft's At The Mountains of Madness with producer James Cameron.
Guillermo del Toro announced today at Comic-Con International that he's developing a new film for Walt Disney Studios based on The Haunted Mansion theme park attraction. It will have no connection to the 2003 Eddie Murphy comedy.
Wondering what director Guillermo del Toro will do next, now that he's no longer attached to The Hobbit? So is he - and the answer may, sadly, be "nothing anytime soon"...
Describing his decision to leave The Hobbit as "the toughest situation of my life," Del Toro makes one final statement on his reasons for moving on from the project.
Guillermo del Toro bowed out over the weekend as director of The Hobbit, and it doesn't appear as if Peter Jackson will be able to helm the much-delayed production. So who would make a worthy replacement?
Delays in starting production forced Guillermo del Toro to announced today that he won't be directing the two-film adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien's The Hobbit. He described the move as "the hardest decision of my life."
IMAX mistakenly announced that the first film in Peter Jackson and Guillermo del Toro’s two-part adaptation of The Hobbit wouldn't debut until December 2013. It turns out the picture is still on track for a December 2012 release.
CBR speaks to Luke Goss and Anna Walton about their roles as the Elven
siblings Prince Nuada and Princess Nuala in "Hellboy II: The Golden Army," their
extensive fight training, and what it's like working with director Guillermo del Toro.
CBR speaks with Doug Jones about the three characters he plays in "Hellboy II:
The Golden Army," as well as the long odyssey that finally brought him to voice
the character of Abe Sapien.
CBR speaks with Mike Mignola about "Hellboy II: The Golden Army," the future of
the Hellboy comics and film franchises, what story he and Guillermo del Toro
were originally planning to adapt, and why he never wants to sit in the director's
CBR News speaks once more with Hellboy himself, Ron Perlman, about "Hellboy
II: The Golden Army," his fondness for the character, his singing ability, and what
the future holds for the Hellboy film franchise.
CBR News talks once more to "Hellboy II: The Golden Army" director Guillermo
del Toro about returning to the world of Hellboy and the BPRD, the future of the
Mignola franchise, and his next project, "The Hobbit."