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Guillermo del Toro

  1. Things We Saw Today: Petyr Baelish Sad With Ice Cream

    "I wanted a Klondike Bar."

    This is the best Game of Thrones fan encounter pic I've ever seen.

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  2. Wesley Snipes Takes Credit For RDJ’s Iron Man, Talks Blade’s Effect On Marvel Films, & Makes A Subtle Dig At David Goyer

    Snipes, no sniping!

    If I'm being honest, I don't remember a whole lot about Blade: Trinity. Jessica Biel played Hawkeye, right?

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  3. Guillermo del Toro and Hideo Kojima Developing, Norman Reedus Starring In New Silent Hill Game

    I'm scared already.

    Sneaky, Sony. Sneaky. To coincide with their Gamescom conference yesterday, the studio uploaded an hour and sixteen minute-long playable demo simply titled P.T. into the PlayStation Store. Get to the end of it, and bam: The names of Metal Gear Solid creator Hideo Kojima, Guillermo del Toro, and The Walking Dead's Norman Reedus appear on the screen, along with Nahman's digital likeness.

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  4. Comic-Con Interviews: The Book of Life Will Bring Mexican Folklore to the Big Screen in a Unique Way

    “As a lover of animated films, I kept going, ‘When is the Mexican story going to happen? When is the Mexican princess going to show up?’” queried director Jorge R. Gutierrez before a packed crowd at the San Diego Comic-Con press conference for his new animated feature, The Book of Life. He’s not the only one who’s been wondering when the rich folkloric traditions of Mexico, especially given their relevancy to America’s growing Hispanic population, might be mined by a Hollywood.

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  5. Guillermo del Toro Swears He’s Still Working on His Justice League Dark Movie, Says Traditional Vampire Stories “Never Peeled My Banana”

    He is a light in dark places.

    Things we know about Guillermo del Toro: He's persistent, as evidenced by the fact that he's still determined to make his Justice League Dark. He's probably not the hugest fan of Twilight, judging by his take on vampire movies. And he is pure of spirit and destined for a front-row seat in heaven, because he used the phrase "never peeled my banana."

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  6. Guillermo del Toro Describes the Hellboy 3 You’ll Never See & Updates Us on His Disney Haunted Mansion Project

    This man needs a clone.

    Like most creators, Guillermo del Toro likes to talk about the projects he's working on. But unlike most creators, del Toro works on no less than 2500 projects at once.

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  7. Guillermo Del Toro To Shoot A Small Black-and-White Movie Before Filming Pacific Rim 2

    Gasp! A mystery!

    What's that? Guillermo del Toro has a super secret project he's going to film before he heads back into the drift? My ears have pricked!

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  8. Pacific Rim Animated Series Details Revealed

    More kaiju. And more giant robots. YES.

    Guillermo del Toro reveals details about the animated series, including length of the series and some information on characters.

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  9. Guillermo del Toro Hasn’t Given Up On At the Mountains of Madness, May Try a PG-13 Version

    Quit playin' games with my heart.

    If there's one film project that will make sci-fi nerds collapse to the floor and start twitching... it's The Phantom Menace. But if there are two, the second is Guillermo del Toro's At the Mountains of Madness, an H.P. Lovecraft passion project that got the kibosh after years of work on del Toro's part because it turns out Universal didn't want to risk spending hundreds of millions of dollars on an R-rated horror movie. But hope isn't dead yet.

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  10. Guillermo del Toro Spills Details on the Pacific Rim Cartoon and Sequel!

    THIS IS FOR REAL, MAKO.

    The Pacific Rim fandom was shocked back into bioluminescent life a week ago when director Guillermo del Toro revealed that the 2013 blockbuster would not just be getting a much hoped-for, but uncertain sequel, but also a tie-in cartoon series and ongoing comic. Now he's revealed some exciting details about those projects to The Wall Street Journal.

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