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Pinocchio


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A darker version of the classic children's fairy tale of a wooden puppet that transforms into a real living boy.

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Status: development unknown
Status Updated: 22 Nov 2017

Cast

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Olivér Sárközi ...
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Directed by

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Guillermo del Toro
Mark Gustafson ... (co-director)

Written by

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Carlo Collodi ... (characters)
 
Carlo Collodi ... (novel)
 
Gris Grimly ... (writer)
 
Matthew Robbins ... (screenplay)
 
Matthew Robbins ... (story)
 
Guillermo del Toro ... (story)

Produced by

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Allison Abbate ... executive producer
Alexander Bulkley ... producer
Corey Campodonico ... producer
Guillermo del Toro ... producer
Lisa Henson ... producer
Bill Johnson ... executive producer
Blanca Lista ... production executive
Jason Lust ... producer
Jim Seibel ... executive producer
Gary Ungar ... executive producer

Art Department

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Guy Davis ... concept artist
Keith Thompson ... concept artist

Special Effects by

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Ian Mackinnon ... puppet development: Mackinnon & Saunders
Michelle Nyree ... puppet development
Peter Saunders ... puppet development: Mackinnon & Saunders

Visual Effects by

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Alice Pastor ... digital artist

Other crew

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Mike Coughlin ... assistant production manager
Ty D'Aviano ... publicist
Fred De Bradeny ... production consultant
Ian Gibson ... assistant: Guillermo del Toro
Lon Haber ... publicist
Troy Nethercott ... production manager

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Storyline

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Additional Details

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Also Known As
  • Pinocchio (France)
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Steven Spielberg was asked to direct this project. However, due to the darker nature of film he recommended that the producers consider Guillermo del Toro, because of his work on films like Pan's Labyrinth, Crimson Peak and Hellboy. See more »
Movie Connections Version of Pinocchio (1911). See more »

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