“Crimson Peak” director Guillermo del Toro says he hopes to return to “smaller, weirder” films, and only tackle action projects that are “very, very close to my heart.”
As the vibrant Mexican-themed animated tale arrives in theaters, SPINOFF checks in with the busy filmmaker about projects ranging from Crimson Peak to Justice League Dark to Hellboy 3.
The superhero sequel would have seen Hellboy embracing his role as the Beast of the Apocalypse, but a lack of financing makes the project all but impossible.
Guillermo del Toro says he has a script ready for Hellboy 3, but that budgets and schedules make it “unlikely” the film will ever be produced.
Hellboy director Guillermo del Toro and star Ron Perlman had a meeting with Legendary Pictures, and both talk about the potential for third installment of the franchise.
Mike Mignola is pretty certain that Guillermo del Toro won’t be returning for direct another Hellboy movie.
In an exclusive interview with Spinoff Online, the Season of the Witch actor reveals who he would have played in The Hobbit, where things are with At The Mountains Of Madness and an intriguing film noir that he co-wrote and hopes to star in before returning to shoot the next season of Sons of Anarchy.
Now that he’s no longer involved with The Hobbit, what are the odds that director Guillermo del Toro would make a third Hellboy movie? Apparently, not that good.
Wondering what director Guillermo del Toro will do next, now that he’s no longer attached to The Hobbit? So is he – and the answer may, sadly, be “nothing anytime soon”…