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  1. Although one could argue Del Toro hasn't made a great movie since Pan's Labyrinth (Crimson Peak was good, but kinda fell apart in its last act) The Shape of Water looks like a nice return to form, and since it reunites Del Toro and Doug Jones I'm truly excited to see it. Actually now that I remember Jones was also in Crimson Peak as the ghosts, honestly the best parts of that film. The trailer may give away more than you'd like to know, so just a short summary of the story. "In 1963, in a hidden, high-security government laboratory where she works, lonely Elisa is trapped in a life of silence and isolation. Elisa's life is changed forever when she and co-worker Zelda discover a secret classified experiment," Doug Jones plays the experiment, a very Abe-Sapien like underwater creature who Elisa bonds with. Sally Hawkins is Elisa, Michael Shannon is the head of the laboratory, Michael Stuhlbarg is a doctor, and Octavia Spencer plays Elisa's friend Zelda. A great cast, and looks like will be a good movie.
  2. Dark Horizons: Not sure how Pacific Rim 2 fits into that schedule. Del Toro is one busy guy.
  3. The new vampire series from Guillermo Del Toro, based on his books (novel and graphic novels) co-written by Chuck Hogan, premiere's tonight. It's getting some pretty good advance reviews.
  4. Deadline: Monster has also been adapted into an anime series; I think I watched a few episodes, thought it was good, then got distracted and never came back to it. The Deadline story also speculates that At The Mountains Of Madness might be resurrected eventually.
  5. ‘Beasts Of The Southern Wild’ Co-Scribe Lucy Alibar And Guillermo Del Toro Team For ‘The Secret Garden’ At Universal EXCLUSIVE: Universal Pictures beat out four studios today to acquire a pitch for a new film version of the Frances Hodgson Burnett novel The Secret Garden that will be scripted by Oscar-nominated Beasts Of The Southern Wild co-writer Lucy Alibar. She will work closely with Guillermo del Toro, who’ll produce with Mark Johnson. Del Toro and Johnson are re-teaming after they produced the 2011 feature remake of the classic ABC telepic Don’t Be Afraid Of The Dark. . . . In The Secret Garden, an orphaned girl is sent to live with her reclusive uncle and discovers a hidden garden containing magical secrets. This project will take on its own original path from other stage and screen adaptations seen in recent years. Word around town is that it will be set in the American South at the turn of the 20th Century. I’ve heard the pitch deal was mid-six figures. The last major adaptation of The Secret Garden was the 1993 pic directed by Agnieska Holland for Warner Bros. Johnson also produced the 1995 Alfonso Cuaron-directed A Little Princess, also based on a novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett. . . . Deadine.com, February 4