Guillermo Del Toro's new flick Pacific Rim promises to be a wild sci-fi romp, with giant robots facing off with giant monsters—and now we finally have our first look at the uber-mechs.
Guillermo Del Toro's upcoming Pacific Rim promises to be a mech and monster sci-fi extravaganza, though the director has kept much of the film's look under wraps. But finally, we have our look at the heroes who will be taking on those giant, unstoppable beasts.
Someone's been bitten by the sci-fi bug and his name is Idris Elba. After appearing in this month's Prometheus, the actor's moving on to Guillermo del Toro's Pacific Rim. And we've discovered the first official photo of Elba in costume as Stacker Pentecost.
The official synopsis for Guillermo del Toro's upcoming Pacific Rim has just been released, and we're throwing the gauntlet down right now: this already sounds like it could be the most colossal sci-fi blockbuster of 2013.
Director Guillermo Del Toro has revealed that his personal dream project, an adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft's At the Mountains of Madness, may finally be dead once and for all. And Ridley Scott killed it.
Guillermo del Toro's humans and robots vs. sea monsters flick Pacific Rim is finally taking shape—literally. We've been hearing about it for months, and now we've got our first glimpse of the film's Toronto set. No monsters yet, but take a look at the film's impressive reconstruction of a chaos-ridden Tokyo.
Guillermo del Toro is back in the realm of dark fairy tales where he thrives. Hell, yeah! The Mexican madman has just charmed his way into directing the new Beauty and the Beast flick for Warner Bros., which means this project now leaps up forty factors of cool.
The Hellboy and Pan's Labyrinth filmmaker has just started production on his latest—the giant monsters vs. giant robots showdown, Pacific Rim—and his level of excitement is contagious.
It's been a few months since we heard anything new on the Hulk TV series, but now Guillermo Del Toro has given a brief update on where it's at.
Guillermo del Toro has loved the 1973 made-for-TV horror movie Don't Be Afraid of the Dark since he was a child. In fact, he's been trying to bring it to the big screen since 1998. After all these years, he finally got what he wanted: a feature film ... that's rated R.