Guillermo Del Toro has been scaring American audiences since he and Ron Perlman first got together in 1993's, Cronos. In that time, he's done one heckuva a job at creating the kind of worlds pitched to keep us feeling constantly on edge. He's discovered that same kind of horror with Andres Muschietti's short filmMama, and he wants us to see why he was so game to produce a feature based on that short.
Fans of a certain cult-fave video game might have noticed a very familiar voice when the recent Pacific Rim trailer dropped last week. Turns out, those fans were right.
We've already had our minds collectively blown by the debut trailer to Guillermo Del Toro's monsters vs. mechs sci-fi epic Pacific Rim. Now, the man himself is here to break it all down for us.
The first trailer for Guillermo Del Toro's sci-fi epic Pacific Rim has finally dropped, showing off a wild alternate future where Earth is under attack by giant monsters. So what details can we glean from our first peek of the mech vs. monsters action?
It's finally here—and it's awesome. The first trailer for Guillermo del Toro's epic mechs vs. monsters action flick Pacific Rim has finally hit the web, and it definitely looks worthy of the buzz.
Warner Bros. is pulling out all the stops for Pacific Rim. Today, they've released, not one, but two viral videos for Guillermo del Toro's latest. The first was a warning of things to come, while the second shows creatures on the war path.
We all know Guillermo del Toro's pulling out all the badass stops for his giant robots vs. giant monsters fighting flick Pacific Rim, and we can't wait to see the trailer. What's the first teaser got in store for us? One of the flick's writers says it's big. Really big.
Guillermo del Toro's a busy man. Next year, he returns to theaters with the robot-monster epic Pacific Rim, then shortly after, it's on to The Strain. Back in Sept. we learned that Del Toro planned to turn his popular novels into a TV series. Now he's spilling the beans about how he'll make that happen.
The rumor mill has been swirling that Guillermo Del Toro (Hellboy, Pan's Labyrinth) is high on DC's radar to tackle some of their big-time properties—and now the man himself has responded to the buzz. So what does Del Toro think about it?
Will Guillermo del Toro give The Avengers and Justice League a run for their money? The director's no stranger to comic books, and has his sights set on a new breed of superhero movie.