Jacob Elordi to Play Guillermo del Toro’s Frankenstein

After some strike-related delays, Guillermo del Toro’s Frankenstein is alive again at Netflix. While Andrew Garfield was originally cast in the key role as famous Gothic monster, he has since had to drop out of the project due to the strike and some scheduling issues. In his place the signature movie monster will be played by Jacob … Read more

Jacob Elordi is the monster in Guillermo del Toro’s Frankenstein; replaces Andrew Garfield

Euphoria and Saltburn star Jacob Elordi is set to star in Guillermo del Toro’s Frankenstein, replacing a departing Andrew Garfield. It’s alive! ALIVE! Indeed, Guillermo del Toro’s Frankenstein film is officially a go at Netflix, with Deadline reporting that the director has signed rising star Jacob Elordi to play Frankenstein’s monster. He replaces Andrew Garfield, … Read more

Guillermo del Toro on working with William Friedkin on final movie

Guillermo del Toro gushes about working with the great William Friedkin on his final movie, The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial. It’s always great to hear directors gush about their colleagues, and few do it with the same enthusiasm as Guillermo del Toro. While speaking with IndieWire, Guillermo del Toro spoke about the late William Friedkin and … Read more

Director Grant Singer on his influences and casting Benicio Del Toro

The director of Netflix’s Reptile, Grant Singer, speaks to us about his various cinematic influences and how he nabbed Benicio Del Toro. With Grant Singer’s Reptile, Netflix has a solid word of mouth hit on its hands. A crime thriller starring Benicio Del Toro, Alicia Silverstone, Justin Timberlake and Eric Bogosian, the film has sat … Read more

Guillermo del Toro Almost Made a Jabba the Hutt Movie

Add this to the pile of legendary what if projects in Hollywood history: Guillermo del Toro confirmed that at some point in the last few years he was working on a Star Wars movie. That revelation was first teased by del Toro’s collaborator David S. Goyer a few weeks ago, during an appearance on the Happy Sad Confused podcast. At that … Read more

Guillermo del Toro Was Going to Direct a ‘Star Wars’ Movie

The history of Star Wars movies in the past few years has basically been the history of stuff that never got made. The last produced and released Star Wars film was Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker in late 2019. In nearly four years since, there has been a lot of development of numerous projects at Lucasfilm but … Read more

Guillermo del Toro discusses Cannes record standing ovation

Guillermo del Toro’s Pan’s Labyrinth holds the record for longest standing ovation ever at the Cannes Film Festival at 22 minutes. With the 76th Cannes Film Festival nearing its conclusion, it has been apparent that the most frequent stories have leaned heavily on how long the standing ovations have been. Johnny Depp’s Jeanne du Barry … Read more

Nightmare Alley Final Trailer & New Posters Pull Us Into Guillermo Del Toro’s Grift

Searchlight Pictures has just released the final trailer for Guillermo del Toro’s thriller remake Nightmare Alley. They’ve also acquainted us with the players in the haunting new posters. Can our wiley Stanton Carlisle triumph in his ultimate grift to gain the riches of the society elites? Who can be counted on as friend or foe? … Read more