I think it's safe to say that we're all looking forward to Guillermo del Toro's upcoming film Crimson Peak the same way we look forward to everything he touches. Though we've still got a lot of looking forward to do, today comes confirmation of the shooting schedule.
A few days ago we told you the Benedict Cumberbatch had left Guillermo del Toro's Crimson Peak. Today his replacement has been named as Thor villain Tom Hiddleston has joined the stellar cast.
Some quick news is coming in regarding Guillermo del Toro's Crimson Peak. THR reports that Benedict Cumberbatch has left the Legendary Pictures horror movie. No specific reason was given.
Here at Dread Central we have an insane amount of love for "Supernatural" star Jim Beaver. Having said that, it's with great pleasure that we report Beaver has signed on for active duty in Guillermo del Toro's Crimson Peak. Read on for details.
Some quick casting news is coming in for Guillermo del Toro's Crimson Peak. The Wrap reports that Emma Stone has left the project and taking her place could be Stoker's Mia Wasikowska.
And the truly stellar casting news continues for the next film Guillermo del Toro is directing for Legendary Pictures, Crimson Peak. Read on to find out just who the next folks moving into this big screen haunted house will be.
Though he's best known right now for being the big bad in the upcoming Star Trek Into Darkness, we'll always love Benedict Cumberbatch for his roles as Sherlock Holmes and Danny Boyle's Frankenstein Monster. However, that may just change...
While words cannot describe just how much we're looking forward to Guillermo del Toro's new film Pacific Rim, the director is already talking a bit about his other project, Crimson Peak, as well as a sequel to his upcoming Kaiju monster mash!
More casting news has come in for Guillermo del Toro's Crimson Peak as Variety is reporting that "Sons of Anarchy" and Pacific Rim star Charlie Hunnam is gearing up to reteam with the director for more supernatural shenanigans!
Since 2009's Zombieland, we've been hoping Emma Stone would return to the horror genre, and if her negotiations with Legendary Pictures for Guillermo del Toro's haunted house chiller Crimson Peak prove fruitful, we'll get our wish. It just might take a while.
We are completely convinced that somewhere in this world there is a factory that does nothing but build Guillermo del Toros. It's the only way the man can handle such a herculean work load. Another project has been added to his already overflowing slate.
An article in this morning’s Variety lays out all the projects Guillermo del Toro is attached to between now and 2017(!). Aside from the five years he’s set aside for The Hobbit, Universal has some huge plans for his post-Tolkien work. Doesn’t look like he’ll be making any small, Pan’s Labyrinth-sized films anytime soon.