Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark

Guillermo del Toro’s ‘Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark’ Taps ‘LEGO Movie’ Writers

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by Britt Hayes February 24, 2016 @ 7:22 PM
Scholastic
Guillermo del Toro and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark is a creative match made in horror heaven. The pairing is so perfect, in fact, that it’s hardly disappointing that the director isn’t returning to helm Pacific Rim 2. And just when you thought del Toro’s Scary Stories adaptation couldn’t get any more exciting, here come the writers of The LEGO Movie to make this one of your most anticipated films of…well, ever.

Guillermo del Toro Preps ‘Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark’

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by Matt Singer January 14, 2016 @ 3:17 PM
Warner Bros.
He either is or isn’t still trying to make Pacific Rim 2 (it seems to change several times a day), but if nothing else Guillermo del Toro has another project to work on. True to form, it’s another movie that blends horror and childhood. I’ll let him tell you all about it, since he tweeted out the news himself earlier today:

'Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark' Will Now Be a Scary Story Told by Writer of 'Frankenweenie'

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by Britt Hayes November 17, 2014 @ 6:37 PM
Scholastic
It's been almost a year since we've heard anything about the big screen adaptation of beloved children's horror book series ‘Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark.’ But rest assured, CBS Films is still fully committed to this odd adaptation, and have now hired screenwriter John August, who last wrote the 2012 Tim Burton film ‘Frankenweenie.’ As that film was both a return to form of sorts for Burton and delivered a charming, spooky and kooky kid-friendly narrative, the hiring of August could be promising.

'Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark' Movie is Coming From the 'Saw' Writers

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by Jacob Hall December 4, 2013 @ 1:42 PM
Scholastic
For people who grew up reading in the '80s and '90s, the 'Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark' series will always hold a special place in their nightmares. Over three volumes, writer Alvin Schwartz collected over 100 urban legends and tales of folklore, creating a library of creepy stories that were meant to be, as the title implies, told in the dark. There is still a great deal of well-earned nostalgia surrounding these books, so it should come as no surprise that a movie adaptation is in the works.