Nowadays, it’s difficult to keep track of what Guillermo del Toro is supposed to be directing next – since it seems to change every few months or so. However, for the time being, his next feature-length project is a haunted house movie called Crimson Peak, which del Toro will helm once he wraps post-production on Pacific Rim and shoots the pilot for FX’s The Strain (based on his own novel).
Legendary Pictures is backing Crimson Peak, having established a good working relationship with del Toro while collaborating on Pacific Rim. In fact, the filmmaker is now hopeful that Legendary could be willing to resurrect his defunct At the Mountains of Madness adaptation (which collapsed after Universal pulled the plug last year).
Here’s how del Toro described Crimson Peak to Deadline:
“[It's] a very set-oriented, classical ...
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