"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.
When giant monsters rise up from the sea and attack civilization, humanity responds with an army of giant robots.
The 'Pacific Rim' footage that played Wonder Con was finally released online today, and we can't get enough peeks at Guillermo del Toro's upcoming, very epic robots vs. monsters flick. Instead of rewatching the trailer over and over, we decided to compile the best 'Pacific Rim' GIFs created from the most awesome moments in the trailer.
While some movies are keeping themselves super secret (ahem 'Star Trek Into Darkness'), 'Pacific Rim' has no bones about putting its giant monsters and giant robots on display in a giant way. Case in point: this brand new 'Pacific Rim' poster with a giant robot making his way down a city street.
In addition to its announcement of the August 11 premiere of 'Breaking Bad's final episodes, and the development of a companion talk show 'Talking Bad,' AMC's Upfront presentation today offered up a wealth of exciting new series in development. Most promising is a futuristic sci-fi thriller from 'Pacific Rim' writer Travis Beacham and 'Oblivion' director Joseph Kosinski titled 'Ballistic City,' said to be something of a blend between 'Blade Runner,' 'Chinatown' and 'Battlestar Galactica.' Get the scoop on AMC's latest projects inside!
'Iron Man 3' and 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' got their screen time during last night's MTV Movie Awards, and now it's time for 'Pacific Rim' to snag the limelight. The first international TV spot for Guillermo del Toro's robots-vs-monsters showdown has hit with some more brief bits of the action.
The 2013 summer movie season is almost here and you know what that means: big blockbuster movies and lots of them. As the days grow warmer and the school year grows shorter, the studios unleash their big dogs: the films that cost hundreds of millions of dollars and push the envelope in terms of scope and special effects (if not always originality)