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The cast and producers of FX's The Strain discuss vampire lore, the differences between the novels and the show, and what to expect in the first season.
The director of the 2005 King Kong ponders Legendary Pictures' upcoming Skull Island, and the nature of reboots.
The horror filmmaker was joined at Comic-Con International by Carlton Cuse, Chuck Hogan and the stars of the FX thriller to discuss their hunt for "biologically believable vampires."
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.
First-time feature director Jorge R. Gutierrez and producer Guillermo del Toro unveil colorful footage for Fox's bright new animated film Book of Life.
The superhero sequel would have seen Hellboy embracing his role as the Beast of the Apocalypse, but a lack of financing makes the project all but impossible.
In FX's new horror thriller The Strain executive producers Guillermo del Toro and Carlton Cuse hope to take a more modern – and more scientific – approach to vampires.
The Being Human alum discusses "supernatural envy" and delving into "deeper and darker places" with Guillermo del Toro.
David Bradley, the actor Game of Thrones fans loves to hate, explains Guillermo del Toro was all he needed to sign on and being one of the good guys.
The House of Cards veteran discusses straddling science and the supernatural, and working with Guillermo del Toro, in FX's new horror series.
"I really want to explore things that are complementary to the things that I want to explore in the second movie," says del Toro.
The Twilight veteran discusses her central role in the decidedly different take on the supernatural in FX's new horror thriller.
The Lost veteran talks with SPINOFF about collaborating with Guillermo del Toro on the new FX thriller, and getting back to the roots of vampire stories.
The Crimson Peak filmmaker describes this upcoming "black and white" project as "really, really bizarre."
The Pacific Rim 2 filmmaker teases some of the changes fans can anticipate going into the sequel.
The image of a worm crawling out of an eyeball proved too much for some people in Los Angeles.
The filmmaker reveals that while the FX horror series will hit "the big guideposts" of his novels, it will take liberties with the source material.
Pacific Rim appears to have blossomed into a full-fledged franchise, with a sequel scheduled for 2017, plus an animated series and comics in development.