Guillermo Del Toro

Guillermo Del Toro Wanted Blade 2 To Feel Like A Comic Book

Guillermo del Toro is a critically beloved filmmaker known for his sharply detail-ridden directing style that speaks with a visual language of its own. The Mexican director gained prominence with his Spanish-language dark fantasy dramas like "Pan's Labyrinth" and "The Devil's Backbone," while his two most recent English-language works, "The Shape of Water" and "Nightmare Alley," have gained heaps of recognition at the Academy Awards. However, del Toro's earlier American productions have embraced a less serious, more cartoonishly crazy tone to them, and there's perhaps no better example of this than "Blade II."
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Guillermo del Toro to Present ‘Pinocchio’ First Look at Annecy Animation Festival

Guillermo del Toro will present an exclusive look at footage from his anticipated stop-motion Pinocchio during the Annecy International Animation Festival, which will be held in the French city June 13-18. Del Toro and Mark Gustafson are helming this reimagining of the classic 1883 novel by Carlo Collodi, which is slated for release by Netflix in December. The voice cast includes Ewan McGregor, David Bradley, Christoph Waltz, Tilda Swinton and Cate Blanchett.More from The Hollywood ReporterSamuel L. Jackson Joins Chris Pratt in 'Garfield' Animated FeatureWhy the 'Pinecone & Pony' Team Made Body Diversity a Pillar of the Animated Show's Inclusive Storytelling'Boons and Curses' Team Opens...
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Cannes celebrates 75th anniversary with Kristen Stewart, Guillermo del Toro, Gael Garcia Bernal, Jake Gyllenhaal

Los Angeles, May 25 (SocialNews.XYZ) The Cannes Film Festival celebrated its 75th anniversary with a group of no less than 120 stars and filmmakers from all over the world, including Jake Gyllenhaal, Paolo Sorrentino, Isabelle Huppert, Diane Kruger, Guillermo del Toro, Jacques Audiard, Melanie Laurent, Gael Garcia Bernal and Nicolas Winding Refn.

Guillermo del Toro, Michel Hazanavicius, Paolo Sorrentino & More On Feeble State Of Cinema In Face Of Streaming – Cannes

Click here to read the full article. Two-time Oscar winner and former Un Certain Regard Jury President Guillermo del Toro kicked off a filmmaker symposium at Cannes today, discussing the future of cinema, particularly as it’s been rattled by the pandemic. The participants at today’s festival conference was a complete surprise, including del Toro, who was joined by Final Cut filmmaker and The Artist Oscar winner Michel Hazanavicius, Costa-Gravas, Claude Lelouch, Gasper Noe, and The Great Beauty Oscar winner Paolo Sorrentino, and more. Without specifically using hard industry terms like theatrical day-and-date or window crunching, del Toro spoke about all those themes surrounding the battle...