Holy mackerel, Mama!
The latest Guillermo del Toro-produced thriller looks absolutely terrifying.
GoT's Jamie Lanister stars in this unique ghost story which begins when two little girls are discovered living in a cabin in the woods all by themselves. He plays their nice uncle who takes them both in since their parents were murdered before they disappeared in the forest.
Oscar-nominee Jessica Chastain plays his girlfriend who is not quite sure she's ready to care for these kids. Just when they start to get along things start to get a little weird and they keep talking to an invisible "mama."
As we all should know by now, little kids talking to things that grown ups can't see is NEVER good. Find out why in the upcoming film's first trailer (above)!
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Calm down, baby birds!
We're about to tell you what that one condition is!
First, though — you all know that Emma Watson was perfectly cast as Belle in Guillermo Del Toro's Beauty and the Beast, right?
You do now!
So do you beautiful b*tches wanna know why she wanted to join the movie?
Of course you do! So here's what Hermione had to say:
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It's been five years since we saw Ron Perlman protecting humanity from the underworld in Hellboy 2: The Golden Army, but it might only be a few more until he does it again in Hellboy 3.
We thought Guillermo Del Toro was done with the franchise — only because we didn't hear anything about plans for a third — but as it turns out, he's been itching for another!
While chillin' with Perlman at Comic-Con to promote their latest monster movie, Pacific Rim, Del Toro announced, "I can say publicly that now we are together in trying [to do Hellboy 3]."
According to the 62-year-old actor who plays the titular character, they want to finish the story the way Del Toro intended to finish it. The Sons of Anarchy star explained:
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We had heard the rumblings…and luckily for us, they turned out ROARING right into a reality!
During Guillermo del Toro's Pacific Rim discussion at this year's 2012 Comic Con Festival, he surprised audiences with a brief, unexpected teaser for the upcoming Godzilla reboot, which as far we knew hadn't panned past the promotional design art released two years ago at the very same panel!
And that's not all! We've got a teaser poster, too!
Ch-ch-check it out (above)!
Pretty vague, right?
Well, apparently, so was
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Looks like we found Hollywood's newest fresh-faced star!!
Six-year-old Zachary is currently undergoing treatment for leukemia but that didn't stop him from becoming Hellboy for a day.
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From the wizarding world of Harry Potter to Pinocchio's small Italian village??
That’s what it’s sounding like for Daniel Radcliffe!
Reportly, the actor had been expressed interest and approached Guillermo del Toro about his upcoming 3D film, which will take on the story of everyone’s favorite wooden puppet!
The film was recently announced at the Cannes Film Festival earlier this week and will consist of puppets and stop-motion animation.
Other actors producer/director Del Toro has been eyeing up to lend their voices for the flick? Tom Waits and Christopher Walken!
Definitely two distinct voices!
Pinocchio is currently in pre-production, with a release date set for sometime in 2014!!
[Image via WENN.]
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Cool news for fans of Guillermo Del Toro.
We've known that the filmmaker has been busy producing the stop-motion animation version of Pinocchio for some time, but now he's signed on to direct it!
He's replacing Gris Grimly — the author of a 2002 book of which the movie is based on — to co-direct with Mark Gustafson. Jim Henson Company producer Lisa Henson has welcomed Del Toro's presence behind the camera and said:
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