The reimagined Planet of the Apes franchise is in need a new director.
At this point, Guillermo Del Toro and JJ Abrams have to be neck and neck for most movies and TV shows in development.
It seems like 3D is all the rage these days, and Guillermo del Toro's upcoming Pacific Rim film may be forcibly converted to the struggling format - whether the veteran director wants it or not.
When Halo was the hottest video game around, fans everywhere were understandably clamoring for a movie adaptation.
For any big movie, there's always going to be a ton of potential names being thrown around to potentially direct.
Not only does Guillermo Del Toro have a ton of potential movies in the works, he's also got a video game he's been working on, titled InSANE.
Guillermo Del Toro’s name has been attached to many projects, including a redo of Pinocchio, and it would be very interesting to see what he could do with the classic story.
Last year was quite a frustrating time for veteran Hollywood directors Ron Howard and Guillermo Del Toro.
There are many filmmakers who arrive at Comic-Con like conquering gladiators returning to Rome, and Guillermo Del Toro is absolutely one of them.
Guillermo del Toro's name is attached to so many projects these days, you'd think the famous Kevin Bacon movie game is about to be renamed Six Degrees of del Toro.
As you regular readers probably know by now, we like Guillermo del Toro a great deal, and are always curious as to what he's up to.
Science fiction and horror fans are eagerly awaiting the arrival of Prometheus, which is slated to hit theaters on June 8.
A number of theme park rides, along with board games, are currently in various stages of development as feature films.
It looks like Beauty and the Beast is the next adaptation obsession, after two years of hearing about Snow White.
Ditching the Dark Tower series. Turning down Guillermo Del Toro's dream project in 3D. Cowboys and Aliens going in the toilet. Theater revolts over Tower Heist and yet even more Fast and Furious movies green lit.
Even though he couldn't get his dream project of HP Lovecraft's At the Mountains of Madness up and running, Guillermo Del Toro's had a very busy year.
Breaking into Hollywood is very much a Catch-22 in that you can't get a job without experience, can't get experience without a job.
Obviously, it's very difficult to get anyone to lift a finger to help you.
Guillermo Del Toro has always loved the 1973 TV movie Don't Be Afraid of the Dark, and there were a lot of horror TV movies back in 70's that scared some of us when we were kids.
Guillermo Del Toro's definitely got a full plate of projects for years to come.
First up is the remake of the horror TV movie Don't Be Afraid of the Dark - which Del Toro produced - due for release on August 26.
Once the whole horror remake conveyor belt started moving years ago, it was really only a matter of time until Hollywood rebooted a number of the old TV movie classics, such as
Don't Be Afraid of the Dark.