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The Guillermo del Toro-Produced Antlers Trailer Gives Us a Frightening Fable

From producer Guillermo del Toro, Fox Searchlight has brought another horrifying tale to life in 'Antlers.'

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Sorry, but Don’t Expect Any More Comic Book Movies From Guillermo del Toro

In an interview with Entertainment TonightBlade II and Hellboy director Guillermo del Toro was asked if he would ever return to the murky waters of superhero movies, and he definitely declared: "I don't think so."

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Review: Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark Is a Fun Summer Horror Flick for All Audiences

3 out of 5 scary stories.

These stories will be familiar to those who grew up reading Alvin Schwartz's Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. Now, a new generation will be terrified by these stories onscreen, with director André Øvredal's film of the same name. Øvredal teamed up with horror genius Guillermo del Toro to bring these classics to life, and for the most part he succeeds in making a horror film that can be enjoyed by all audiences.

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Hellboy Creator Turned Down a Comic Book Version of Guillermo del Toro’s Unmade Third Film

"My vote would be (to say) no."

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The Newest Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark Trailer Will Make You Sleep With the Lights On

I'm so ready and also so scared.

Check out the first full trailer and get ready to scream.

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David Harbour Blames Hellboy’s Disappointing Box Office on Marvel Comparisons

David Harbour, the Hellboy himself, was asked about the film during a conversation with Digital Spy and gave his own thoughts on the reason for the low turnout.

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The Teaser Trailer for Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark Will Keep You up at Night

"The book reads you!"

If you were like us, you spend your youth being alternately terrified and fascinated by Alvin Schwartz's book series Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark.

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Guillermo del Toro’s Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark Looks Like Our Childhood Nightmares

I am so ready.

A corpse asking where their big toe has gone. A girl with spiders in her face. A nightmarish, pale figure in a hallway. These are the images haunting Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, from writer Guillermo del Toro.

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Guillermo del Toro, Rian Johnson, and Edgar Wright Want You to Help Save FilmStruck

The streaming service for foreign film and classic cinema is coming to an end this month.

Fans were quick to express their sadness over the end of FilmStruck's run, taking their complaints to social media.

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Leslie Jones Live-Tweeted The Shape of Water and Is Horrified That People Are Attracted to the Fishman

The SNL star live-tweeted Guillermo del Toro's The Shape of Water, and does not understand why you find the fishman hot.

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Venice Film Festival Head Pushes Against Gender Equality as Guillermo del Toro Takes a Stand

As always, my hat goes off to GDT.

As the Oscar season officially begins with the Venice Film Festival, the discussion about gender equality at one of the most prestigious film festivals in the world has once again taken center stage. As many major festivals have taken pledges to reach gender parity, the Venice Film Festival has not. This year, only one woman is competing for the top prize, the Golden Lion, out of 21 films.

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The Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark Adaptation Has a Cast and Synopsis Now

"I am honored to support Andre’s vision and, with our partners, to bring the incredible world of Scary Stories to the screen," says del Toro.

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The Subtle Feminism of Guillermo Del Toro’s Forgotten Crimson Peak

Also, Tom Hiddleston bares his bum in the name of equality

Guillermo Del Toro's horror classic subverts gender expectations both narratively and visually.

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Tatiana Maslany, Diego Luna, and Emile Hirsch Join the Final Season of Guillermo del Toro’s Trollhunters

Hirsch will replace the late Anton Yelchin.

The Netflix animated series Trollhunters adds three voices, with Emile Hirsch taking over Anton Yelchin's role as Jim.

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The Movie Where a Woman Falls in Love with a Fish Man Is an Intersectional Triumph as a Best Picture Winner

Let me preface this by saying that yes, I loved 'Get Out' and I did root for it to win—however, we would be remiss to not recognize what an important win 'The Shape of Water' is.

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When an Immigrant, a Black Man, and a Woman are Nominated for Best Director, Everyone Wins

Well, not really, but still...

Guillermo del Toro won the Academy Award for Best Director for his film, The Shape of Water, which also won Best Picture. it is a gorgeous and unique fairy tale. While I totally enjoyed that movie, I was pulling for someone else in the director's race specifically. Still, I'm trying to remember the fact that this unique crop of nominees is pretty astounding in the first place.

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How Vanessa Taylor Perfected The Shape of Water‘s Fairy Tale Script

When Guillermo del Toro met with The Shape of Water co-writer Vanessa Taylor, he said her big suggestion for the script "was completely against my instincts. And then I thought (A) she’s absolutely right, and (B) I would never have seen it. So that’s the perfect collaboration."

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In BAFTA Acceptance Speech, Guillermo del Toro Thanks Mary Shelley for Showing Us How to Talk About Monsters

In his BAFTA acceptance speech, director Guillermo del Toro thanked Mary Shelley for her influence on his work and his life. "She gave voice to the voiceless, and presence to the invisible," he said, "and showed me that sometimes to talk about monsters, we need to fabricate monsters of our own.

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The 90th Annual Oscar Nominations Are Out, and the More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same

The nominations for the 90th Annual Academy Awards were announced this morning in Los Angeles, and there are some pretty great things to celebrate! There are also some things that remain disappointingly the same. You can check out the full broadcast courtesy of ABC in the video after the jump!

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Roman Polanski Supporters Shouldn’t Be Wearing #TimesUp Pins

Despite the fact that he committed a horrific crime, people have continued to work with Roman Polanski in the years since. And some of his supporters were even seen sporting black outfits and #TimesUp pins at the Golden Globes.

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