According to Deadline, Amazon has picked up Carnival Row, a show from Guillermo del Toro and a host of other awesome creators, to pilot.
Rock 'em Sock 'em Robots!
Details on Pacific Rim 2 are still few and far between, but this first look at Tales from the Drift, the ongoing comic Guillermo del Toro announced last summer, is helping fill the kaiju-sized hole in my heart.
Soon Fox will be canceling things before they're even pitched.
Hieroglyph, we barely knew ye. We've been keeping our eye on the ancient Egypt-set show by Pacific Rim writer Travis Beacham for several reasons, but now we'll never get to see it, because Fox decided, nah, they don't think they'll run it after all.
THIS IS FOR REAL, MAKO.
Looks like the apocalypse needs canceling a second time: The Pacific Rim sequel has crawled its way out of limbo and will officially be bashing up theaters in April 2017. And what's more: New comics! And an animated series! Are you excited?!?!
And I'll Form the Head!
of Legendary Pictures makes it sound like his company is ready to start a Pacific Rim
sequel just as soon as Guillermo del Toro
Almost Totally Excellent
, the writer who brought us Mako and Raleigh taking down kaiju in Pacific Rim,
has created a new television show called Hieroglyph,
a fantasy series set in ancient Egypt.
And I'll Form the Head!
is out on DVD and Blu-ray this week and that means that a) fans have another chance to pour money into the franchise in desperate hopes of a sequel, and b) that Guillermo del Toro
is doing the press rounds.
Here Be Dragons
The folks behind Pacific Rim
haven't exactly been silent on what they'd do with a sequel, with Guillermo del Toro
already promising a kaiju/jaeger hybrid monster and more digging into the implications and consequences of humans drifting with the kaiju hivemind
. All that depends, however, on the movie's performance at the box office: no one's really certain that Pac Rim
will make more than it took to create and promote, and if it does, it'll be primarily up to the film's pull at the international box office.
Fortunately for the hopeful, Pacific Rim
just bagged Warner Bros. biggest opening in the Chinese movie market in history.
Seriously. Pacific Rim
is still in post-production. There being multiple Guillermo del Toro
s has got to be the only way he can do this many things at once, right?
In an interview with Total Film
the busier-than-you filmmaker talked about Pacific Rim 2
, which he's currently writing (of course he is; this is Guillermo "Do ALL the movies!
" del Toro we're talking about) and shared some details on Crimson Peak
, his first post-PR