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.
Guillermo del Toro admits that his job involves a lot of strange things in the name of "research." And one of them involved touring Disney's Haunted Mansion attraction ... on foot.
Guillermo Del Toro made the first of three panel appearances at Comic-Con on Thursday afternoon ... and surprisingly, had no surprise announcements to make.
Remember how director Guillermo del Toro and Battlestar Galactica producer David Eick announced last October that they were collaborating on a Hulk TV series for ABC? Yeah, it sort of slipped our minds, too, thanks to that aborted Wonder Woman series eating up all our brain cells.
Does it even matter what they're working on, given the trio's Oscar-winning, dream-summoning, monster-mashing resume? Well, since you asked, it's a $300 million adaptation of a 500-year-old Chinese folk legend. Yes, that feeling is your interest getting piqued.
In an unusually candid interview, director Guillermo del Toro has revealed why his dream adaptation of At the Mountains of Madness fell apart, and what he's doing instead.
We've been looking forward for what seems like forever to Guillermo del Toro's big-budget, R-rated, epic adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft's At the Mountains of Madness, with James Cameron producing. Well, now it looks like the project may not get off the ground anytime soon—and Del Toro himself may have to move on.
Tom Cruise still wants to star in director Guillermo del Toro's planned epic adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft's classic novella, At the Mountains of Madness, even though the movie doesn't have an official green light yet.
As part of Marvel's big push onto the small screen, the Hellboy director and the Battlestar Galactica producer are teaming up to bring the Not-So-Jolly Green Giant to ABC in the fall of 2012.