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    Corey Stoll Joins Guillermo Del Toro's FX Series 'The Strain'

    Guillermo Del Toro don't quit. Dude has approximately fifty-nine kajibblion projects in the works -- hell, he just set up "Monster" at HBO -- and with "Pacific Rim" gearing up to land this summer, and "Crimson Peak" to shoot early next year, he's keeping busy. In between, he'll be bringing his book ...

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    Guillermo Del Toro Unleashing A 'Monster' At HBO

    As the beef between him and Michael Bay finally seems quelled, Guillermo del Toro can return to doing what he does best – namely, keeping a dozen projects in the air simultaneously. “Pinocchio,” "The Secret Garden,” and others are all waiting for his stamp of approval, but now a new cable project pr...

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    Immersed in Movies: Joyce Gets His Golem

    Good news: Despite failing to reach the funding goal of $750,000 from its Kickstarter campaign, William Joyce's "Golem" videogame will be completed at his Moonbot Studios in Shreveport, Louisiana, thanks to alternate financing and the support of Guillermo Del Toro.

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    Michael Bay Squashes Beef With Guillermo Del Toro & Apologizes For 'Armageddon,' Says Studio Took It Away From Him

    So, remember last week when it looked like an epic beef was developing between Micheal Bay and Guillermo Del Toro, when the former offhandedly commented on movies that were riping off "Transformers" (but didn't name "Pacific Rim" specifically) and the latter dissed the Hasbro movies for being slick ...

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    Geek Beef: Guillermo Del Toro Disses 'Transformers' And Its "Super Cool, Car Commercial-Looking Environments"

    As you may know, this week is CinemaCon, where studios dangle shiny things in front of theater owners to soothe them, and confirm that everyone will make piles of money with the blockbusters they have on the way. Directors and stars come out with great enthusiasm, show off footage, and everyone oohs...

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    Guillermo Del Toro's 'The Devil's Backbone' Leads Criterion's July Slate

    It seems this summer is a good time to be a Guillermo Del Toro fan. Not only is the filmmaker dropping his new monster movie "Pacific Rim," but fans will now get to dip into one of his breakout films courtesy of Criterion...

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    Jessica Chastain Goes To The 'Crimson Peak' With Guillermo Del Toro

    And we thought the casting up of David O. Russell's movie was getting intense. While monsters may take center stage of Guillermo Del Toro's upcoming "Pacific Rim," for his next feature effort, "Crimson Peak," the director is impressing us thus far with the roster of talent he's assembling.

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    Benedict Cumberbatch Joins Guillermo Del Toro's Gothic Thriller 'Crimson Peak'

    Benedict Cumberbatch is pretty much on the precipice of stardom, if not already there. As the villain in both "Star Trek Into Darkness" and "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug" this year, his wonderfully English name will be increasingly familiar to American audiences, and that's not to mention a p...

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    Interview: ‘Croods’ Directors Kirk DeMicco & Chris Sanders Talk The Differences Between DreamWorks And Pixar, Working With Roger Deakins & More

    This weekend, DreamWorks Animation’s new feature “The Croods” was unleashed in theaters nationwide. A zippy, prehistoric-set riff on the family-road-trip comedy, it features a clan of cavemen (and, it should be noted, cavewomen) who are forced to evolve after cataclysmic events threaten their way of...

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    Interview: Oscar Nominee Lucy Alibar On Meeting Tony Kushner, Working with Guillermo del Toro, and Life After 'Beasts'

    Three years ago, Florida panhandle-raised Lucy Alibar was a struggling playwright working multiple jobs in New York City when she penned "Juicy and Delicious," a highly personal Georgia-set tale inspired by her dealings with her father's ailing health. Soon after, the play became the basis for Benh ...

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