Guillermo del Toro
We've been talking about the latest fright flick from producer Guillermo del Toro, Julia's Eyes (Los ojos de Julia), for what feels like forever, but finally the time has come to find out when we'll be seeing it!
We've been saying for years now that the genre is in need of some good old fashioned monster movies, and hopefully this weekend's Super 8 will get things started with a mighty roar.
Looking forward to Troy Nixey's Guillermo del Toro produced remake of Don't Be Afraid of the Dark? We are, too. On an epic level even. As a means to fan your anticipation flames, we've got a new one-sheet and some online digs for you to check out!
Horror fans got a bit of a treat this holiday weekend when the official U.S. trailer for Troy Nixey's Guillermo del Toro produced remake of Don't Be Afraid of the Dark clawed its way out of the cinematic fireplace. The flick, a revamping of the original 1973 television movie of the week terror tale, stars Katie Holmes, Guy Pearce, and Bailee Madison.
One of our most anticipated short films of this year is the directorial debut of former editor-in-chief of Rue Morgue magazine, Jovanka Vuckovic, "The Captured Bird", and today she posted several behind-the-scenes photos from the first day of shooting along with an update on the project.
Having just recorded a commentary track for the original Don't Be Afraid of the Dark TV movie coming from Warner Archives in August, I've been reminded just how much I'm anticipating the Guillermo del Toro produced remake! Speaking of which, our friends across the pond have scored themselves a new trailer. Dig it!
It's been a long time coming, but finally news has broken about when your first opportunity to see the Guillermo del Toro-produced and Troy Nixey-directed remake of the Seventies TV scare-a-thon Don't Be Afraid of the Dark will take place. Southern California residents, you DO NOT want to miss this! From the Press Release
With At the Mountains of Madness completely and sadly sidelined, Guillermo del Toro is working full steam ahead on Legendary's upcoming monster mash, Pacific Rim. So much so that the first bit of possible casting news is finally here.
It's been a while since last we talked about one of the latest fright flicks from producer Guillermo del Toro, Julia's Eyes (Los ojos de Julia), but lo and behold yet another clip has slipped online. Dig it!
It was just a couple of weeks ago that word broke that the Guillermo del Toro produced and Troy Nixey directed remake of the Seventies TV scare-a-thon Don't Be Afraid of the Dark had found itself U.S. distro through FilmDistrict and Miramax, and today we have a couple of bits of sales art for you to latch onto. From the Press Release
And another two switches have been made by the studios to get a clear picture of just what the remainder of 2011 looks like release-wise, and we're here to keep you in the loop.
Though giant monsters stomping Japan has long been a staple of creature features, none of the fictitious destruction has ever emulated the true horrors and tragedy that the Japanese people have faced over the last few days. A massive earthquake. A deadly and destructive tsunami. An impending nuclear crisis. Horrendous weather. It seems as if the universe has aligned to wipe them off the map.
Now that things are moving full speed ahead on Pacific Rim for Legendary Pictures, the first details for exactly what to expect from del Toro's next flick have surfaced online. Tread softly, folks; there be spoilers ahead. As per News in Film:
The news that Guillermo del Toro's next film won't be At the Mountains of Madness for Universal still stings. We're all pretty heartbroken to be honest. So what exactly happened?
Well, the decision has been made. We're pretty heartbroken to break it to you guys that Guillermo del Toro has moved on from At the Mountains of Madness and into the monster-laden territory of Pacific Rim.