Guillermo del Toro Talks Haunted Mansion and At the Mountains of Madness

Guillermo del ToroTwo projects we are really looking forward to from the great Guillermo del Toro are without question his version of The Haunted Mansion for Disney and the adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft’s At the Mountains of Madness. Today the filmmaker spoke a bit on both.

Collider caught up with director/producer del Toro, who updated them on these two major horror projects.

Haunted Mansion: “He said it will be PG-13 and it will be a ‘dark ride’. Says they turned in the storyline last week to Disney along with the first few key concept drawings. Matthew Robbins is writing and he’ll start in about a month. Hopes to know if Disney will move forward on it in January. At that time he’ll figure out if he will direct it or if it will be someone else.”

At the Mountains of Madness: “del Toro gave me a scoop when he revealed Dennis Muren is designing the monsters! Muren told him, ‘You’ve never seen monsters like this.’ If you don’t who Dennis Muren is…look over his resume and you’ll know why it’s so cool that he’s involved. He went on to say the film isn’t greenlit yet, he’ll be talking to some Lovecraft scholars to get their input on the script, hopes to make the movie without interference, explained how he got James Cameron involved, and says the film suffers from two big issues: It’s a hard core R-rated movie and it’s a horror tentpole with a big budget.”

Hit up the link for much more and watch the video below to hear it from the man himself!

Guillermo del Toro talks AT THE MOUNTAINS OF MADNESS, HAUNTED MANSION, and Reveals He’s Developing 3 Video Games from ColliderVideos on Vimeo.

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Steve Barton

You're such an inspiration for the ways that I will never, ever choose to be.

  • Sexy Mcmanbeast

    Comforting to know about the Lovecraft scholars, but if he casts Tom Cruise, I still am of the opinion it will obliterate anyones ability to take the film seriously.
    Other then Scientologists.