The news on Guillermo Del Toro's (Hellboy) new Hulk television series has been few and far between, and now it seems to be stuck in a holding pattern for the immediate future. Lucky for us, he has a few other superheroes in mind he'd like to bring to the small screen.
Guillermo del Toro is heading to cable. The director, alongside former Lost producer Carlton Cuse, are teaming up for a vampire-centric show on FX. It will be based on Del Toro's popular book series The Strain.
Wanna see Lannister's golden boy take on some creepy kids? Nikolaj Coster-Waldau gets off his high horse to tangle with one evil mother in this ghostly Hollywood gallop. Take a peek ... and be careful what you bring home from the woods.
Guillermo del Toro has never made a movie in 3D and had no intention of doing so with his upcoming Pacific Rim. Unfortunately, he's been overruled.
What's Pan's Labyrinth director Guillermo del Toro's favorite movie? How about Shaun of the Dead director Edgar Wright? They'd probably be happy to name names if you met them, but thanks to the legendary Sight & Sound magazine poll to name the best of all time, we can read their top 10 lists right now.
Director Guillermo Del Toro has gotten in on the comic book genre with his solid Hellboy flicks, but it turns out he almost tackled two more classic superheroes—Wolverine and Thor.
We've been hearing about Guillermo Del Toro's new Hulk TV series for a while, and the director has now offered an update on how close this thing is to finding the small screen.
After a triumphant presentation at San Diego Comic-Con of the first footage from his upcoming monsters (Kaiju) versus robots (Jaegers) film, Pacific Rim, director Guillermo del Toro talked to select reporters and boldly pronounced that making the movie was "a huge experience. The best I've had on any film set in all my life."
It's been four years since we last saw Hellboy on the big screen, but those behind the demon-do-gooder franchise say they haven't given up hope on finishing the proposed trilogy.
Comic-Con favorite Guillermo Del Toro just premiered footage from his new movie Pacific Rim in Hall H—and promptly blew everyone's minds!