Doug Jones explains the intent behind Guillermo Del Toro's The Shape of Water and its bizarre sex scene that will surely shock some audiences.
Image. Fox Searchlight Have you ever actually considered how the mechanics of having sex with a fish-person (mermaid or otherwise) might actually work? Guillermo del Toro certainly has, and we're all going to get a chance to see how he conceptualises it in his upcoming adult fairy tale The Shape of Water. More »
It’s hard to do justice to the emotional impact of Guillermo del Toro’s newest film, The Shape of Water. This romantic fairytale for adults is simultaneously beautiful, whimsical and magical; it is a film that is as much in love with outsiders as it is with old Hollywood films. It’s a wonderful showcase for Sally […]
Doug Jones, who plays the fish-man monster in The Shape of Water, talked about how to make a monster character "sexy and beautiful" enough to create a believable sex scene.
According to actor Doug Jones, Guillermo del Toro insisted that The Shape of Water was not an Abe Sapien movie. The post Del Toro Insisted, The Shape Of Water Is NOT An Abe Sapien Movie appeared first on CBR.
The Shape of Water star Doug Jones says that the film will feature a sex scene between his character, the Asset, and Sally Hawkins' Elisa. The post Del Toro’s The Shape of Water Absolutely Features a Woman/Fishman Sex Scene appeared first on CBR.
Guillermo del Toro's The Shape of Water was the opening film of the mini-festival Telluride at Dartmouth, and so I got to see it a few months before it will be released generally. I love del Toro's work — even when it falls flat for me (Crimson Peak), it's nonetheless clearly the work of someone with his own vision and style. Show More Summary
Video. Guillermo del Toro's The Shape of Water is something like a thriller crossed with a love story that's told the way you might tell a fairy tale. How is a mute woman supposed to be with her one true love, a mysterious fish-man from an extinct race, if her beloved is being hunted by Cold War-era governmental scientists? More »
With a premiere set for later this year, Fox has unveiled the latest trailer for Guillermo del Toro‘s other-worldly fairytale, The Shape of Water. Here, the mysterious, scaled creature emerges from the water tank, only for all hell to break loose. The film centers around Elisa (Sally Hawkins), a mute cleaning lady who works in […]
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Fox Searchlight released the new trailer for The Shape of Water, a Cold War era romance film directed by the great Guillermo del Toro. The thrilling trailer helps unfold the love story between a courageous mute woman and a merman creature. The Shape of Water is currently scheduled to hit theaters on December 8th, 2017....
By Jacob Oller Latin horror dealt with turmoil in a uniquely transformative fashion. uillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water won top prize, the Golden Lion, at the 2017 Venice Film Festival which will likely lead to a longer awards push for the film. Show More Summary
Sally Hawkins headlines this gentle film about a mute janitor and her aquatic beau.
Guillermo Del Toro describes his new film The Shape of Water as ‘an otherworldly fairytale.’ It’s set in a secret government laboratory where cleaners Elisa and her co-worker Zelda discover something magnificent. The new red band trailer...Show More Summary
I am Gillman, Hear me ROAR!!!! Read the full article on AICN Hey folks, Harry here... Guillermo Del Toro's THE SHAPE OF WATER is the film I most want to see right now. Guillermo making his Beauty & The Beast, but all his own - set in the Cold War with a Gillman rather than a Furry... Show More Summary
If you’re like me (don’t be), then Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water kind of snuck up on you. The film’s early clips and trailers suggested that the film’s tone would be some kind of sweet, quirky, workplace drama, which blends elements of Spielberg’s E.T. with Tim Burton’s Edward Scissorhands, albeit with a freaky […]
"This is the most sensitive asset to ever be housed in this facility." Fox Searchlight has revealed a brand new red band trailer for Guillermo del Toro's The Shape of Water, which won the Golden Lion top prize at the Venice Film Festival. Show More Summary
And who was the out actor originally considered to play the film's gay character?
Sally Hawkins is deaf, Octavia Spencer looks like she just walked over from the Hidden Figures set, Michael Shannon is yelling, and Richard Spencer is a sweet, doddering old man. Oh yeah, and there's a friendly monster who lives in....
Director Guillermo Del Toro's CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON-inspired "Cold War fairy tale" THE SHAPE OF WATER appears to be such a sweet-natured, quirky film that I would have expected it to receive a PG-13 rating. Instead, the film has earned an R for "sexual content, graphic nudity, violence, and language". Show More Summary