Guillermo del Toro
I miss claymation, but what I miss more is stop-motion being used in horror films. Why can't we have little clay figures coming to life and murdering people again? Well, we could have had something similar to that with Born. It's the story of a married couple who move to England. The husband is a claymation artist who uses the local area's red clay to make his models. All would be jolly if those damn tiny sculptures wouldn't keep coming to life...
It's always great to see people get a chance to work on their passion projects.
Some more good news for you today, though it’s a few days late: Superhero Hype learned that principal photography on Hellboy 2: The Golden Army has officially begun!
Even though he’s in the midst of getting Hellboy 2 up and running, prolific director Guillermo del Toro is already looking forward to his next dozen or so projects, including the recently announced Tarzan adaptation.
Remember a long time ago there was talk of a game based on Hellboy? Konami had the license, and it was going to come to the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 sometime in 2007? Well, it’s still coming.
All right, now this is what I’m talking about! After Revolution wussed out and dropped Hellboy 2 from its roster, the sequel has been floating around waiting for some kind soul generous enough to make a go of the sequel.
Hitting bookstores across the country on June 2nd, is the first book in a horrifying trilogy co-authored by horror-meister, Guillermo del
So what does it take to become a villain strong enough to put Big Red in his place? Now that