Guillermo del Toro has again penned the story for the 'Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark' sequel.
The 'Hellboy' star believes the affection for Guillermo del Toro's movies scuppered the R-rated reboot.
After a selection of well-loved horror movies, director André Øvredal has his eye on one of DC's most well-known superhero characters.
Bradley Cooper has replaced Leonardo DiCaprio in Nightmare Alley, which is being co-written and directed by Guillermo Del Toro.
The Oscars is to snub the cinematography, editing, live-action short and make-up and hair styling awards by moving them into the ad breaks of this year's ceremony.
The conclusion of Alfonso Cuarón's heart-stopping Gravity saw an exhausted, traumatised Sandra Bullock crash landing on Earth against all the odds.
The film director discusses his colourful political satire, speaking out in the film industry and confirms his involvement in del Toro's Netflix anthology series.
'The Shape of Water' is an unashamedly sensual movie, and its director Guillermo Del Toro explains why this was so important to him to get across early.
Jean-Pierre Jeunet, the director of celebrated arthouse movie Delicatessen, has accused Guillermo Del Toro of copying a scene from his movie in his Oscar hopeful The Shape of Water.
Guillermo del Toro's heavily anticipated fantasy drama nabs honour previously won by The Wrestler and Brokeback Mountain.
'Pan's Labyrinth' filmmaker put his entire directorial fee (minus taxes and guild dues) back into his awards-tipped fantasy drama.
Sally Hawkins is a mute who befriends a mysterious fish-man in the 'Hellboy' director's new movie.
Director of the first two 'Hellboy' movies insists there are no hard feelings over creator Mike Mignola's new movie plans.
Not everyone is happy about the comic book reboot, with actor Tambor accusing Mignola of disloyalty.
'Pan's Labyrinth' and 'Pacific Rim' director had previously expressed interest in making a 'Godfather'-style film about notorious 'Star Wars' villain.
A new Netflix Originals documentary series will look at how depictions of war changed in Hollywood following the Second World War. Called ‘Five Came Back’, the series will focus on the stories of five filmmakers as told through interviews with five current Hollywood legends. Steven Spielberg, Francis Ford Coppola, Guillermo del Toro, Lawrence Kasdan and Paul Greengrass will discuss how the experiences of five directors of the time who served int he war, influenced war on the big screen once they returned.
Director Guillermo del Toro spent eight years developing his new Gothic horror film Crimson Peak (in theaters Oct. 16). At San Diego Comic-Con, Yahoo Movies talked to del Toro about a few of these abandoned and postponed films…though the director wasn’t always happy to dwell on the subject, at one point joking with host Khail Anonymous, “Are you sponsored by some anti-depressant?” Watch the video above! “It would be amazing to do the [Hellboy 3] screenplay we talked about.
Giant monsters are ready for revenge against the giant robots. Pacific Rim 2 is locked and loaded, and director Guillermo del Toro tells Yahoo Movies that the sequel will start shooting in November. Del Toro, who helmed the upcoming gothic horror film Crimson Peak, also starring Rim actor Charlie Hunnam, hasn’t revealed much about the sequel’s story.
With the revival of the Star Wars universe, some of Hollywood’s best and most popular filmmakers — including J.J. Abrams and The Lego Movie’s Chris Miller and Phil Lord — are getting the chance to live out their childhood dreams and direct movies in the hallowed franchise. “This is not real, this is me as a fat geek just geeking out and talking about it,” del Toro told Yahoo Movies on Friday, cautious to make sure he didn’t create some very false rumors. “I would do the sort of Godfather saga that Jabba the Hutt had to go through to gain control.