A bevy of information of current shows either being renewed, canceled or new shows being ordered will be addressed in the tidbits of news for this week. I like that word, bevy. This makes me sound more erudite. You know more smart; stoopid. Now that I established my superior mind,
Another edition of Scifi News for The Monster Scifi Show podcast is ready for your earholes. There’s some great tidbits casting news about #Supergirl, #Cable, #Dumbledore and #Deathstroke but wait there’s more.
We’re canceling the apocalypse! It’s giant robots vs. giant monsters as ESO heads back to the theater to review the new blockbuster film from Guillermo del Toro, Pacific Rim. Plus, as if that wasn’t enough, you get all this and the usual Rants, Raves, Khan Report, Geek Seat, and Shout
by Matt Goldberg, Source: Collider.com In February 2011, we reported that Guillermo Del Toro was developing a 3D stop-motion animated adaptation of Pinocchio with author Gris Grimly and Mark Gustafson co-directing based off Grimly’s 2002 book. Today, Variety reports that Del Toro has now stepped in to co-direct with Gustafson
By Don Kaye, Source: Blastr.com Director Guillermo Del Toro has revealed that his personal dream project, an adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft’s At the Mountains of Madness, may finally be dead once and for all. And Ridley Scott killed it. As previously reported, Del Toro spent 12 years developing a big-screen
Does it even matter what they’re working on, given the trio’s Oscar-winning, dream-summoning, monster-mashing resume? Well, since you asked, it’s a $300 million adaptation of a 500-year-old Chinese folk legend. Yes, that feeling is your interest getting piqued. Gaiman has been hired by Chinese TV producer Zhang Jizhong to write
We’ve been looking forward for what seems like forever to Guillermo del Toro’s big-budget, R-rated, epic adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft’s At the Mountains of Madness, with James Cameron producing. Well, now it looks like the project may not get off the ground anytime soon—and del Toro himself may have to