As you’ll know if you’ve been reading my posts about this film, I’ve been waiting for more information on just the thing this Pacific Rim featurette details for us – the curious mind-melding piloting technology that they’re calling “The Drift.” …
The mythology of Pacific Rim is clearly very rich and quite complex but this trailer will lead you a long way into it. Thankfully, it doesn’t give away too much plot while it’s doing so.
Just in case you’re scared of big budgets, cinema screens or A-list talent, here are some alternatives to the new Guillermo Del Toro and M. Night Shyamalan movies.
I’d rather he play John Constantine than The Flash, I think…
Chastain, as you can see from the image I’ve used, is a redhead so that ol’ Crimson Peak joke could come back into play again, if I wanted it to. Which I probably don’t.
Cumberbatch seems pretty much on-the-nose for a blustery gothic melodrama like this. I guess it may have been more of a surprise if he didn’t end up involved.
Nice to get more info on this project: During the Wondercon panel for Pacific Rim this afternoon, Guillermo Del Toro seized the inevitable question about his “Justice League Dark” project, Heaven Sent, aka Dark Universe, and absolutely smashed it back. …
During the Wondercon panel for Pacific Rim this afternoon, Guillermo Del Toro seized the inevitable question about his “Justice League Dark” project, Heaven Sent, aka Dark Universe, and absolutely smashed it back.
A new character poster for Pacific Rim, this one featuring a Jaeger called Coyote Tango. Anticipation starting to run very high for this…
Two developments at Disney seem to have possible knock-on effects for Guillermo Del Toro.
Under the skin of the new horror movie, as presented by Guillermo Del Toro.
Yesterday, I had a good old chin wag with Barbara Muschietti, the co-writer and producer of Mama. The film is in UK cinemas from today, with “Guillermo Del Toro Presents” loud and proud in all of the marketing.
One of these two newly revealed Pacific Rim concept drawings is pretty plain, but the other?
Maybe I should say “Tweet Previews,” with a P?
Del Toro’s planned Pinocchio movie isn’t just a pile of firewood, it’s just still growing in the forest.
One of the most interesting animation projects out there is no more.