Pacific Rim 2

‘Pacific Rim 2’ Update: Guillermo del Toro Offers Plot Details and Confirms the Return of Your Favorite Bickering Scientists

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by Britt Hayes November 25, 2014 @ 6:27 PM
Warner Bros.
When Guillermo del Toro last spoke about ‘Pacific Rim 2,’ we learned that the sequel would feature some—but not all—of the characters from the first film, and that he wanted to have the remaining characters appear by the end as a way to (hopefully) build to a third installment. And now we have a more detailed update from the director as the sequel takes shape and prepares to enter production, including more plot specifics and at least two characters who will definitely be returning for ‘Pacific Rim 2.’

'Pacific Rim 2' Update: Guillermo del Toro Is Planning a Trilogy

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by Britt Hayes October 16, 2014 @ 7:05 PM
Here's what we know so far: 'Pacific Rim 2' is scheduled to hit theaters in 2017, and director Guillermo del Toro has previously mentioned digging deeper into concepts like the Drift and the portal which allowed the Kaiju to enter our world. That's it! That's all we know. But now there's more: the director has spoken again, this time teasing plans for a trilogy.

'Pacific Rim' Animated Series to Bridge Gap Between the Movies

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by Nick Romano July 10, 2014 @ 4:10 PM
Legendary Comics
We hope you like jaegers, because we're about to get hit by a huge wave of 'Pacific Rim'-related movies, TV and comics. While Guillermo del Toro announced 'Pacific Rim 2' for 2017, there's also more comic books and an animated television series on the way, the latter of which the director revealed will help bridge the gap between where the first film ends and the sequel begins.

'Pacific Rim 2': Guillermo del Toro Talks Sequel and Animated Series Plans

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by Britt Hayes July 3, 2014 @ 6:00 PM
Warner Bros.
A few weeks ago our movie prayers were answered when it was announced that Guillermo del Toro received the green light to move forward with 'Pacific Rim 2,' but that's not all: he's also working on an animated series and continuing the 'Pacific Rim: Year Zero' graphic novel tie-in, giving us plenty of Jaeger and Kaiju adventures over the next few years. In a recent interview, the director opened up about these projects and gave some hints about what we can expect from 'Pacific Rim 2.'

'Pacific Rim 2' Confirmed for April 2017

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by Damon Houx June 26, 2014 @ 7:18 PM
Warner Bros. and Legendary
Though 'Pacific Rim' only made a little over a hundred million dollars domestically, the film had not only passionate fans, but a much larger audience internationally, which helped bring the $200 million project into a place where today director Guillermo del Toro announced that 'Pacific Rim 2' will hit theaters April 7, 2017.

'Pacific Rim 2': Could Charlie Day's Newt Live Long Enough to See Himself Become the Villain?

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by Jeff Giles August 5, 2013 @ 8:45 AM
Legendary Pictures
With healthy overseas grosses making the idea of a 'Pacific Rim 2' seem possible, it's time to start wondering where director Guillermo del Toro might take the storyline, and Charlie Day has a few interesting tidbits for us to consider.

'Pacific Rim 2' Poll: Are You Interested in a Sequel?

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by Eric Walkuski August 1, 2013 @ 10:05 AM
One of the most talked-about movies of the summer is 'Pacific Rim,' which seemed like the ultimate fanboy movie leading up to its release but has failed to light up the domestic box office (despite plenty of enthusiastic notices from movie geeks and critics alike). However, thanks to a surge in overseas box office (particularly China), the film just may end up getting a sequel, against all odds. But would you want to see it?

'Pacific Rim 2' Plot Makes Guillermo del Toro Say, "F--- Yeah!"

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by Nick Romano May 21, 2013 @ 8:47 AM
Warner Bros.
"F--- yeah!" That was Guillermo del Toro's response when Legendary Entertainment CEO Thomas Tull asked him if he could come up with another great idea for 'Pacific Rim 2.' The first one hasn't even hit theaters yet (is set for a July 12 release) but the decision was made a while back to start work early on a follow-up, and now the first kernels of a story have dropped from del Toro himself.