Tag: Guillerma del Toro
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Guillermo del Toro was at San Diego Comic-Con this year to show off his upcoming film, Crimson Peak, but, while there, he also dropped some new information about Pacific Rim 2, including what they're doing on it now, and when filming will start. Come inside to check out his comments!
It's been a while since we've heard any updates on Guillermo del Toro's long in development, Justice League Dark adaptation, Dark Universe, and with it being a no show in DC's movie announcement, many assumed it was off the table. Now, things seem to be heating up as del Toro has revealed the script is finished and in the studios' hands.
Director Guillermo del Toro says that Legendary Pictures has officially green-lit a Pacific Rim sequel, which should come out in 2017. He says that he is working on the script along with Zack Penn. He has also spoken about an upcoming animated series which will air before he sequel to help set up the story.
For a while now, Guillermo Del Toro and Legendary Pictures have played coy with the status of any follow-up to last year's Pacific Rim. While rumors have been swirling that Zak Penn was secretly working on the script, the official word has been that the sequel "hadn't gotten a greenlight". Well, apparently it has, as Del Toro himself has just announced Pacific Rim 2 has a release date in 2017.
Each week Cinelinx will chose one director for an in-depth examination of the “signatures” that they leave behind in their work. This week, with the release of Pacific Rim, we examine the trademark style and calling signs of Guillermo del Toro as director.
With Pacific Rim ready to open this week, Legendary Pictures is taking steps to reverse the apparent disinterest the public is showing for their big-budget robots-verses-monsters flick
In a world fill that's been flooded lately with wild speculation and movie rumors, it's nice to see that one director is stepping forward to rebut a rumor. The funny part is, that he wasn't aware the rumor existed. Yesterday Latino Review reported that Legendary Pictures had offered the director's chair for their upcoming Godzilla reboot to Guillermo Del Toro. Needless to say this got several people excited and the Internet promptly exploded. However, Drew McWeeny from HitFix got the chance to talk with Del Toro that very same day to get to the heart of the rumors and got the truth.