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Del Toro plans to shock with Crimson Peak

Del Toro plans to shock with Crimson Peak

Jul 1 2013, 10:18am CDT | by

Guillermo del Toro says 'Crimson Peak' will be ''shockingly different'' from his previous films. The director claims his upcoming haunted house flick won't be for the faint hearted and will be far...

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Del Toro plans to shock with Crimson Peak

Jul 1 2013, 10:18am CDT | by

Guillermo del Toro says 'Crimson Peak' will be ''shockingly different'' from his previous films.

The director claims his upcoming haunted house flick won't be for the faint hearted and will be far more terrifying and adult than any English-language film he has made before.

del Toro told ShockTillYouDrop.com: ''It's an adult movie, an R-rated movie, pretty adult. Shockingly different from anything I've done in the English language.

''Normally, when I go to do a movie in America for the spectacle and younger audience, for 'Blade' or whatever. This movie's tone is scary and it's the first time I get to do a movie more akin to what I do in the Spanish movies.''

The film - which is expected to star Jessica Chastain, Emma Stone, Charlie Hunnam and Benedict Cumberbatch - will be one of the 'Pacific Rim' filmmaker's most violent to date and will shock viewers with its unexpected bloodshed.

Del Toro added: ''It has moments that are very visceral, physical violence. You're in this sort of sedate romance and then there is this brutal moment where you're like, ''Whoa!' ''

The acclaimed filmmaker also hinted his modern day ghost story would play with conventions of the genre and allow him to put his own stamp on Gothic horror.

He said: ''The thing I do in those movies is re-contextualisation' take a movie and then move it into a completely different place. Like a Gothic and then move it into the Spanish Civil War ['The Devil's Backbone']. This is a Gothic romance, haunted house, in the north of England.''

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Jessica Chastain Has Talked To Marvel, Which Role Could She Play?

Nov 4 2014 9:00am CST | Source: Slash Film

Jessica Chastain is one of the most popular and talented actresses working today. She’s in Interstellar this week, A Most Violent Year after that, then Guillermo del Toro’s Crimson Peak and Ridley Scott’s The Martian next year. And those are just the confirmed ones. When an actress has that much buzz surrounding her, you know the big guns come calling. And in Hollywood, these days, Marvel Studios has the biggest gun. Chastain confirmed in a new interview she’s ...
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6 weeks ago

Charlie Hunnam Says A Prayer Before Dawn

Nov 2 2014 4:50pm CST | Source: Empire Online

A new Thai boxing thrillerWe know Charlie Hunnam can look after himself on an on-screen rumble: the likes of TV’s Sons Of Anarchy and Pacific Rim proved that. He’s going to get his chance to show off some Thai boxing skills in true-life tale A Prayer Before Dawn.Jean-Stephane Sauvaire is directing the film, which is drawn from the story of Billy Moore, who ended up incarcerated in the brutal Thai prison Klong Prem, known ...
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6 weeks ago

"Robopocalypse" Author Offers Film Update

Oct 30 2014 1:58am CDT | Source: dark horizons

Back in late 2012, it was looking like Steven Spielberg was readying a film adaptation of Daniel H. Wilson's sci-fi novel "Robopocalypse" as his next directorial effort. Drew Goddard ("Cabin in the Woods") was adapting the screenplay whilst the likes of Chris Hemsworth, Anne Hathaway and Ben Whishaw were onboard to star. Then, early last year, it suddenly died. Spielberg officially postponed the project ...
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7 weeks ago

Daniel Radcliffe Calls VICTOR FRANKENSTEIN a “Rip-roaring, Fun, Adventure Movie;” No Monster Creation Until the End of the Film

Oct 27 2014 8:45pm CDT | Source: Collider

We’ve got a Frankenstein TV show being developed over at Fox, the movie Mary Shelley’s Monster starring Sophie Turner and possibly that Frankenstein film Guillermo del Toro keeps talking about as well, but Daniel Radcliffe insists that his October 2, 2015 release, Victor Frankenstein, will be a standout. Thanks to the official synopsis released back in June, we know that the story will be told from Igor ...
Source: Collider   Full article at: Collider
 

 
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7 weeks ago

Best of the Week: 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' Trailer, Your Definitive 7-Year Superhero Movie Calendar and More

Oct 25 2014 8:15am CDT | Source: movies.com

The Important News The first trailer (and poster) arrived online early! We got our first look at the Disney animated feature Moana. And our first look at Johnny Depp in Into the Woods. Tom Hardy might play the title villain in X-Men: Apocalypse. Jena Malone might be playing Robin in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Guillermo del Toro shared a first tease of Pacific Rim II and revealed plans for Pacific Rim III. We are also close to getting a Halloween III wi ...
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7 weeks ago

Silent Hills P.T. Parody Made With Project Spark

Oct 24 2014 1:18pm CDT | Source: ign

Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro's Silent Hills' P.T. is still a Sony system exclusive, but thanks to Project Spark, Xbox One owners can now play a parody of the teaser titled R.T. The makers behind R.T. have already released a teaser trailer for the short demo, and have managed to capture the haunting atmosphere of the original P.T. But if that isn't enough to pique your interest, Nicolas Cage also mak ...
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8 weeks ago

Neil Gaiman Explains ‘Sandman’ Absence From DC Movie Slate

Oct 21 2014 8:30am CDT | Source: slash film

When Warner Bros. announced a ten-film slate of DC Comics films last week, taking the studio all the way to 2020, you might have noticed one big omission. There was no Sandman, which we know Joseph Gordon-Levitt has been developing over much of 2014. But worry not (or continue to worry, if you’re afraid of the film), as Sandman creator Neil Gaiman says things are still moving along, and that we can expect anothe ...
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8 weeks ago

Fury Wins Weekend Box Office War

Oct 19 2014 12:57pm CDT | Source: ign

The World War II tank combat drama Fury, starring Brad Pitt and directed by End of Watch's David Ayer, debuted atop the domestic box office this weekend with an estimated $23.5 million. Gone Girl slipped to second place with $17 million. The David Fincher-directed thriller has now crossed the $100 million mark domestically. Producer Guillermo del Toro's animated The Book of Life opened in a th ...
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8 weeks ago

Fury Fights To The Top Of The US Box Office

Oct 19 2014 12:18pm CDT | Source: Empire Online

The Book Of Life opens thirdAfter the disappointment of Sabotage, David Ayer has reason to feel cheerful this weekend as his World War II tank action drama Fury roared to the top of the box office charts in America according to studio estimates, displacing Gone Girl and easily outpacing the competition – not that there was much in the way of direct challengers for its market.Fury, which finds Brad Pitt as the commander of a vehicle pushing through Germany in the waning, but still ver ...
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8 weeks ago

"Sandman" Release Date Announced Soon?

Oct 18 2014 6:51pm CDT | Source: Dark Horizons

There was one obvious absence from the DC Comics movie line-up schedule announcement by Warner Bros. Pictures earlier this week. That film? The adaptation of Neil Gaiman's acclaimed "Sandman" comics. It turns out there's a good reason. Warners is not considering it a DC film as such according to Gaiman himself. The writer responded to the question on Tumblr, saying: "It's not a DC Comics film. It's a Vertigo film. That's a differen ...
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