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Guillermo del Toro

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  1. First 'Crimson Peak' Trailer Offers Unsettling Romance, Mysterious Monsters (Video)

    11:50 am 2/13/2015

    "Ghosts are real."Read more

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  2. 'Book of Life' Director On The Film's 14-Year Odyssey and Why Oscar Isn’t Everything

    6:36 pm 1/27/2015

    A "disastrous" pitch, a Nickelodeon series and the intervention of "Mexican Santa Claus" brought Fox's animation to theaters.Read more

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  3. Oscar Nominations: Mexico Reactions to 'Birdman'

    12:54 pm 1/15/2015

    For the second straight year, a Mexican director and cinematographer are vying for Hollywood's top honorsRead more

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  4. Guillermo del Toro Plots 'A Killing on Carnival Row' as Amazon Series (Exclusive)

    10:58 am 1/5/2015

    Legendary and Amazon Studios are developing the show 'Carnival Row'Read more

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  5. Mexico 2014 in Review: James Bond Shoot Booked, Narco Shows Rise

    8:00 am 12/28/2014

    Mexican talent is in the hunt for the Oscar once again, and 2014 also proved that business in Latin America is booming for NetflixRead more

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  6. Canada 2014 in Review: Hollywood Production Rebounds, Cable Unbundling Starts

    1:00 pm 12/27/2014

    Canadian film shined in competition in Cannes as the country's pubcaster was rocked by a sex scandalRead more

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  7. Canada Aims to Take Film and TV Business From Georgia, Louisiana

    8:24 am 12/16/2014

    Studio operators see strengthening greenback and rich tax breaks helping Toronto and Vancouver compete with Atlanta and New OrleansRead more

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  8. Guillermo del Toro on Who Will Return in 'Pacific Rim 2'

    9:38 am 11/26/2014

    Scientists yes, kaiju, no (Well, not to start with, anyway)Read more

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  9. Guillermo del Toro Slams Warner Bros. for Censoring Ken Russell's 'The Devils'

    7:55 am 11/25/2014

    The director said the studio has blocked the DVD and Blu-ray release in North AmericaRead more

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  10. Alfonso Cuaron, Guillermo Del Toro, Alejandro G. Inarritu Demand Justice for Mexican Students

    5:08 am 11/11/2014

    MoMA's annual film benefit became a political platform: "We believe that these crimes are systemic and indicate a much greater evil: the blurred lines between organized crime and the high-ranking officials in the Mexican government"Read more

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