"We crammed $60 or $70 million of budget into a movie that had only $19.5 [million]. But we wanted it to look enormous. So it demanded huge sacrifices," Guillermo del Toro says of making "The Shape of Water."
Guillermo del Toro already has one of the most acclaimed titles of the year with this fairy tale starring Sally Hawkins, Michael Shannon, and Doug Jones
The last time we saw red-hot lovers/demon warriors Hellboy and Liz Sherman at the end of 2008’s Hellboy II: The Golden Army, the duo were poised to embark on a whole new adventure: parenthood. Earlier this year, Mignola announced plans to reboot the film series originated onscreen by Guillermo del Toro, and starring Ron Perlman as the title creature. No Del Toro and no Perlman also means no Selma Blair, who played the B.R.P.D.’s resident firestarter Liz in the previous films.
Guillermo del Toro's latest film just premiered at the Venice Film Festival; it also stars Doug Jones, Michael Shannon, Octavia Spencer, Richard Jenkins
Guillermo Del Toro's tender, ravishingly imagined romantic fantasy, headlined by an extraordinary Sally Hawkins performance, screened at Venice Film Fest
First trailer for Guillermo del Toro's 'The Shape of Water'; includes a look at Doug Jones' character who calls to mind Abe Sapien from director's 'Hellboy'
'Hellboy' creator Mike Mignola talks to Nerdist about the controversial decision to reboot franchise begun with Guillermo del Toro and Ron Perlman
Guillermo del Toro will develop to potentially direct Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark for CBS Films. The film is based on the wildly successful trilogy of books by Alvin Schwartz, which included iconic illustrations by Stephen Gammell. In addition to potentially directing, del Toro will also produce the film alongside Sean Daniel, Jason Brown and Elizabeth Grave.