Guillermo del Toro

A lifelong lover of movies and monsters, Guillermo del Toro grew up in Mexico where he studied filmmaking and special effects. After several Spanish-language hits, he moved to Hollywood where he found even greater success. His specialties include beautiful horror films (‘The Devil’s Backbone,’ ‘Pan’s Labyrinth’) and dark superheroes (‘Blade II,’ ‘Hellboy’). He worked extensively on ‘The Hobbit’ films before Peter Jackson signed on as director, and as a producer his credits include ‘Mama,’ “Splice,’ and the animated feature ‘The Book of Love.’

  • Notable Credits:
  • Cronos (1993)
  • Hellboy (2004)
  • Pan’s Labyrinth (2006)
  • Pacific Rim (2013)
  • Crimson Peak (2015)
‘Justice League Dark’ Reportedly Eyeing Potential Directors
Although Guillermo del Toro parted ways with Warner Bros. over his vision for Justice League Dark (aka Dark Universe), the studio is still reportedly planning on moving forward with del Toro’s script — but without (almost) everything else that would make it a del Toro film. T…
Guillermo del Toro Gives Details on His Black and White Indie Film
Last summer, Guillermo del Toro teased a small, black and white indie film project that he wanted to film earlier this year before heading into production on Pacific Rim 2. That didn’t happen, and Pacific Rim 2 has been delayed until who-knows-when, which leaves del Toro free to pursue that s…

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