Image Source: Getty / Jason LaVeris There are levels to Guillermo del Toro's latest masterpiece, The Shape of Water. You just have to plunge into the world and swim deep enough to discover them. On the whole, the astonishing new film has so much going for it. Show More Summary
Matt Zoller Seitz and Simon Abrams have created a stunning, essential new book devoted to Guillermo del Toro‘s 2001 gothic horror movie The Devil’s Backbone. Through in-depth interviews with del Toro and the cast and crew of the film,...Show More Summary
Guillermo del Toro’s lifelong love affair with monsters began at a very young age. When he was three, he visited Disneyland for the first time. At age four, he saw his first dead body; a decapitated body lying by the side of the road. At age seven, a time when he was bullied for his […]
Since his The Shape of Water won the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival in early September to begin its awards-season run, Guillermo del Toro has only added to the Oscar heat behind the film. It led all Critics’ Choice Awards nominees...Show More Summary
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Guillermo del Toro has often delved into stories that feature monsters, but his latest venture The Shape of Water tries for something unusual with its creature creation.
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As should be clear by now, monsters are anything but monstrous to Guillermo del Toro, whose Venice hit The Shape of Water from Fox Searchlight portrays the surreal love affair between mute military-base cleaning woman Elisa (Sally Hawkins)...Show More Summary
The romance at the heart of Guillermo del Toro’s celebrated “The Shape of Water” is sincere, sweet and strikingly strange. A mute cleaning woman (Sally Hawkins) and a fish-man (Doug Jones), who also happens to be an Amazonian river god, meet, connect and fall truly, madly, deeply in love. It’s...
“It’s about taking something that is completely unknown, and seeing how different people look at it.” by Erik Henriksen "U nderstanding is love. There’s no difference, really,” says Guillermo del Toro. Despite it being a bright, warm...Show More Summary
On the December 13, 2017 episode of /Film Daily, Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film writers Chris Evangelista and Hoai-Tran Bui to discuss the latest news, including Guillermo del Toro’s Nightmare Alley, our reaction to the Annihilation...Show More Summary
Guillermo del Toro may have recently made a film about a god of the seas, but the Mexican-American director is the king of unfinished projects. The Shape of Water director has announced that he will be helming a new project, a remake of the 1947 noir Nightmare Alley. Show More Summary
Guillermo del Toro is not directing the sequel to his 2013 film, but now we have some idea how he would have ended it.
Actor and contortionist Doug Jones is currently generating Oscar buzz for his performance as Amphibian Man in Guillermo del Toro’s latest, The Shape of Water. Like most of his roles, Jones is unrecognizable as the otherworldly creature bearing resemblance to the titular character from Creature of the Black Lagoon. Through heavy makeup and prosthetics, Jones […]
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Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water, his other-worldly tale set against the backdrop of Cold War-era America, opens in theaters everywhere this coming Friday. Joe Lipsett reviewed the film out of TIFF and called it an equally beautiful and captivating fairytale. Show More Summary
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A day after The Shape of Water led all other films with seven Golden Globe nominations, Guillermo del Toro's relationship with Fox Searchlight has been solidified. The filmmaker and studio just announced two new genre films, one of which del Toro will write and direct, the other he'll produce. More »
Guillermo Del Toro just dropped The Shape Of Water, one of his most critically acclaimed movies in years, but he seems like the sort of guy who enjoys having a huge stack of things to work on at all times. So, according to Variety, he has already lined up one of his many future projects: A remake of the 1947… Read more...
Looks like Guillermo Del Toro has yet another new film all lined up as director with the newly announced remake of NIGHTMARE ALLEY (1947), which he will co-write the script with Kim Morgan. On top of that, we learned via Deadline that del Toro will produce Scott Cooper's supernatural flick ANTLERS from Nick Antosca and Henry Chaisson,... Read More...