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Pan’s Labyrinth

  1. We’ve Got An Update On Guillermo Del Toro’s Pan’s Labyrinth Musical!

    Once More With Feeling

    Considering the ever-wonderful Guillermo del Toro has a tendency of talking up several different projects at once, when we first heard he was working on a musical version of Pan's Labyrinth, we were skeptical. But thanks to the Grammy Awards, we have news on that front! 

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  2. Watch Guillermo del Toro’s Simpsons Intro, Full of Pan’s Labyrinth Allusions

    and let it be known

    The fantasy/horror master's extended Halloween-themed Simpsons intro has been released online, and yes, it's a loving homage to the history of horror in cinema, but is also chock full of references to Guillermo del Toro's most geek beloved movies. And Hypnotoad. (Warning! This video plays automatically!)

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  3. Guillermo Del Toro’s Notebook Is Just As Cool As It Sounds

    Today in Awesome

    Guillermo Del Toro has impressed many an audience with his incredible imagination, but seldom can you watch thoughts from a master take form! These scans from Del Toro's notebook give us a peek into his creative process in building the worlds of Pan's Labyrinth, Hellboy, and Pacific Rim. We'd like to live inside its pages.

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  4. Hillary White Paints Pop Culture into the Old Masters

    Our Adorable Past

    Hillary White's DeviantArt gallery is full of handpainted portraits of popculture figures as if they were the original subjects of artists like Francois-Xavier Fabre, Frans Hals, Anthony Van Dyck, Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, and John Singer Sargent. Most of them are for sale. We thought you might be interested in that sort of thing.

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  5. Alternative Movie Posters for Firefly, Legend, Pan’s Labyrinth, Harry Potter and More

    eye candy

    Sometimes you find an artist online and a theme to describe their work jumps easily to mind. Sometimes it doesn't. So look. You like movies? Adam Rabalais' Etsy shop probably has an gorgeously composed alternative poster for one that you like. Initially I was just going to post his Harry Potter series, but then I saw this one for the television show Firefly and, well. Take a look.

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  6. Guillermo del Toro Is Making Pan’s Labyrinth: The Musical

    Once More With Feeling

    I just got finished saying the other day that Guillermo del Toro needs to stop talking about all the projects he's going to do and actually make some and here he is adding fuel to the fire. Not with a completely new project, oh no, with a musical version of his 2006 dark fantasy, Pan's Labyrinth. Do Re Mi Fa So La Ti No! 

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  7. Pan’s Labyrinth Musical In The Works, We’re Just As Confused As You Are

    Pan's Labyrinth, Guillermo del Toro's hallucinatory fairy tale of a family unravelling and a young girl's descent into insanity in the midst of the Spanish Civil War is being adapted into a musical for the stage. We really don't know what to say on this one, as there's not exactly a whole lot of words in that last sentence that exactly scream "song and dance routine" to us. Then again, what the heck do we know? This thing could end up being the next big Broadway smash -- like Annie, but with way more phantasmagoric monsters and people being shot.

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  8. 15 Gorgeous Images From Crazy 4 Cult: New York

    Fans Do Cool Things

    Crazy 4 Cult: New York, a gallery show featuring over 200 artists and their classic cult movie inspired artwork, opens on Thursday, August 9, 2012 at a Gallery 1988 pop-up store in New York at 64 Gansevoort St. in the Meat Packing District. It runs until Saturday September 1, 2012. The show has attracted thousands of visitors since its inception in 2006, and has been the subject of an international coffee book. This will be the show's first time outside of California, so make sure to show it some love, fellow New Yorkers! Hit the jump for more really amazing pieces, and see if you can spot your favorite cult film!

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