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)
‘Shape of Water’ Sex Toy Sells Out Following Oscars Win
In The Shape of Water, Sally Hawkins plays a mute cleaning woman who falls in love with a magical fish man (Doug Jones) and promptly fulfills our pervy hopes and dreams by — spoilers, I guess? — consummating the relationship. Unfortunately for us pervs, we never get to see his, um, fish stick, and although Hawkins’ character cutely explains how his aquatic appendage works via a few hand signs, it leaves a lot to the imagination. Thanks to advances in technology and manufacturing, we don’t have to imagine what that dang ol’ dongle looks like because now there’s a sex toy.

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