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Topic - Guillermo Del Toro
Director Guillermo del Toro’s vision of a near-future world in which mountain-sized beasts emerge from the sea to trade body blows with skyscraper-sized mechanized warriors serves up its oversized battles with sufficient imagination and zeal to overcome its shortcomings when it comes to flesh and blood humans.
Guillermo Del Toro is going really big with his next film.
"Don't Be Afraid of the Dark," the film's title instructs viewers. It needn't have bothered; there's nothing to be scared of here — or much to be entertained by either.
Guillermo del Toro may be the mastermind of "Don't Be Afraid of the Dark," in theaters this weekend, but he says his own scariest time is during broad daylight.
Filmmakers Guillermo del Toro and Nicolas Winding Refn are doing double-duty promoting each other's latest movies.
In July 22 story about a panel discussion of a planned Disney film, "Haunted Mansion," The Associated Press, quoting the moderator, reported erroneously that Guillermo del Toro is set to direct the film. Del Toro is writing and producing the movie, but hasn't yet signed on to direct, the Walt Disney Studios said.
Guillermo del Toro loves scary movies, so he's making a bunch of them.
Guillermo del Toro will direct a new movie remake of Disney's "Haunted Mansion."
Film director Guillermo del Toro confirmed yesterday that "The Lord of the Rings" stars Ian McKellen (Gandfalf) and Andy Serkis (Gollum) will return in two movies based on "The Hobbit" by J.R.R. Tolkien.
"Dark" is a remake of an eponymous 1973 made-for-TV movie that producer and co-writer Guillermo del Toro has declared the scariest TV movie ever made, which is perhaps a low standard to begin with.
He acknowledges that under the direction of Troy Nixey, "Don't Be Afraid of the Dark" looks very different from what he envisioned, but he says the best part of this experience was "to see the world you've dreamt of so long interpreted in a different way."