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    Del Toro Co-Directing His 3D Stop-Mo PINOCCHIO | CHUD.com

    The man needs to be cloned so he can actually get to some of these things.

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    New Look at Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio | Horror Movie, DVD, & Book Reviews, News, Interviews at Dread Central

    Click the link for some really promising pre-production art...oh yeah and...
    Veteran rock musician and film composer Nick Cave will serve as music consultant for the production.
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    Sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet.

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    Guillermo del Toro Comments on PACIFIC RIM

    Fans of visionary director Guillermo del Toro (Pan’s Labyrinth) have probably heard about his upcoming project, Pacific Rim, in which human-piloted robots battle monstrous creatures. The premise basically combines two of my favorite things: Godzilla movies and Japanese mecha anime. So it’s great to hear that del Toro had a blast making this movie, calling it “the best creative experience [he's] ever had in Hollywood.” As I’m in awe of his creative vision in his previous exploits, that quote has a lot to live up to. Del Toro had more to say on Pacific Rim, which stars Idris Elba, Charlie Hunnam, Rinko Kikuchi, Charlie Day and Ron Perlman, which opens July 12th, 2013. Hit the jump to check out his comments.

    In a recent interview with Total Film, del Toro talked about Pacific Rim, particularly commenting on the scale of the picture and the casting of Hunnam. As for the scope of this picture:


    When we’re talking about the physicality of the fight, we ended up building several blocks of Hong Kong. And literally demolished them. We built a building and then we took down the buildings.

    We built command centres of the robots that were the size of the house. We started them on hydraulic rigs that shoot and elevated them and moved them round so you could really get a sense of the physical nature driving a robot like this.

    As for Hunnam:


    The funny thing is Charlie was one of my only two choices for the prince of Hellboy II: The Golden Army. I met with him. He screen tested. I loved Charlie before Sons Of Anarchy. He always brought a certain honesty. He’s the kind of guy that women will love who guys won’t hate.

    He’s the right side of honest and good looking that you don’t want to punch him in the face. You want to have a pint with the guy. You want to take him to the pub. There’s male bonding energy with this guy that I thought was perfect for the character.
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    PACIFIC RIM Movie Image Featuring Idris Elba

    I have a feeling this is going to be something unlike anything mainstream moviegoers have seen before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    PACIFIC RIM Movie Image Featuring Idris Elba

    I have a feeling this is going to be something unlike anything mainstream moviegoers have seen before.
    I hope so. The more I hear about this, the more excited I get.

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    Guillermo Del Toro Talks about the Action Scenes in PACIFIC RIM

    With all of the big boys shying away from this years Comicon I really hope GDT brings this. First off, he's ALWAYS fun at panels and secondly I am curious as hell concerning this. It has the potential to just be off the scale mindblowing. The Con is up for grabs Mr. Del Toro...

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    Photos: Ron Perlman Puts On Hellboy Make-Up Once More | WorstPreviews.com

    During the making of both "Hellboy" movies, Ron Perlman commented that he hated the long make-up process that turned him into the title character. And even though the third "Hellboy" film will likely never happen, Perlman got in the make-up chair one more time to reprise the role.

    The actor did this after the Make-A-Wish foundation got in touch with him and told him the story of a little sick boy, named Zachary, whose wish was to meet Hellboy. Perlman was more than happy to help out, and with the use of a make-up team, he dressed up as Hellboy and went to meet Zachary.

    The two spent a few hours together, and then it was Zachary's turn to be turned into Hellboy.
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