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Guillermo Del Toro Teaming Up With James Cameron?

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Then you KNOW it's going to be good!

Director Guillermo del Toro's next film is rumored to be At The Mountain Of Madness, an adaptation of an HP Lovecraft story that takes place during an expedition to the South Pole in the 1930s where a "gruesome discovery" is made!

Sounds creepy!

And James Cameron is expected to produce the film!

If that's not a winning team, we don't know what is! We're looking forward to it!

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9 comments to “Guillermo Del Toro Teaming Up With James Cameron?”



  1. 1

    This story was originally created as a movie called, "The Thing", which did a vast disservice to the Lovecraft story. However, this lineup may actually do justice to the story this time. Can't wait to see it! ~B~



  2. 2

    I'm looking forward to this!



  3. 3

    I will anxiously look foward to this as this is a favorite Lovecraft story of mine.



  4. 4

    Seeing him reminded me that I want to what 'The Orphanage' again.



  5. 5

    If they film in New Zealand it will be even better! We've adopted them both.



  6. 6

    oooh! Sounds interesting!!!



  7. 7

    yez!!!! i love GDT!!!!! Can't wait!!!!



  8. 8

    "At the Mountains of Madness" is in NO way related to the movie The Thing other than taking place in the Antarctic. I have read this book at least 10 times, and always thinking what a movie this would make. It is beyond the imagination, as is all HP Lovecraft's work.



  9. 9

    Actually, "The Thing" was very heavily influenced by Lovecraftian images, etc, but is not based on Lovecraft's story "At the Mountain of Madness." Carpenter's/Russell's "The Thing" is also a remake of Howard Hawks 1951 "The Thing".

    "The Thing" was actually a film version of the 1938 original novella "Who Goes There?" by John W. Campbell. To promote this they had the short story printed up in a re-release booklet complete with movie artwork.