Guillermo del Toro Explains Why Monster Movie Reboots Fail

Guillermo del Toro Explains Why Monster Movie Reboots Fail

The Shape of Water co-writer and director Guillermo del Toro has some theories on why classic monster movie characters aren’t working for modern audiences. Without question, del Toro is one of the most passionate filmmakers of his generation when it comes to creating original movie monsters, a gift

Guillermo del Toro Explains Why Modern Monster Movie

At various points in horror movie history, nothing was as successful as a compelling monster movie, a subgenre that isn’t as often explored in contemporary cinema. Filmmaker Guillermo del Toro

Guillermo del Toro Explains Why Monster Movie Reboots Aren

The Shape of Water co-writer and director Guillermo del Toro has some theories on why classic monster movie characters aren’t working for modern audiences. Without question, del Toro is one of the most passionate filmmakers of his generation when it comes to creating original movie monsters, a gift he immediately exhibited in his vampire-influenced directorial…

Why Monster Movie Reboots Don’t Work According to

Guillermo del Toro believes there is a fundamental flaw in modern approaches to classic monster reboots that makes them unsuccessful.

Guillermo del Toro Explains Why Monster Movies Aren’t

Guillermo del Toro Explains Why Monster Movies Aren’t Getting Reboots Thompson December 12, 2017 December 12th, 2017 Popular wisdom places the failure of The Mummy — Universal’s attempt to launch their stable of famous monsters into a Marvel-style shared universe — …

Guillermo del Toro Explains Why Dark Universe is Failing

Guillermo del Toro is taking the time to explain why Universals Dark Universe is Failing. Guillermo del Toro theory why modern monster reboots fail.

Universal’s Dark Universe Might Not Be Dead After All

A post by artist Robert Vargas suggests Universal has not yet scrapped the shared monster universe (aka. Dark Universe) launched by The Mummy reboot.

Guillermo del Toro Pinpoints Why Universal’s Monster

Just last week we learned that Guillermo del Toro was at one point in time, back in 2007 he says, offered the chance to helm some form of a “Dark Universe” for Universal Studios. According to

Guillermo del Toro Shares The Problem With Monster Movie

Dec 04, 2017 · The Shape of Water co-writer and director Guillermo del Toro has some theories on why classic monster movie characters aren’t working for modern audiences.I think that there is a postmodern attitude towards the genre that tries to disarm or disassemble the genre in a postmodern way and I think that when you approach characters with earnest love, it’s a lot less safe because you’re not above the …

Guillermo del Toro on finally letting the monster get the

Monster movie maker Guillermo del Toro has been cheering on his favorite creatures since he was a little boy.

Guillermo del Toro On Why Universal’s Monster Reboots Aren

Plus the whole 80’s nostalgia kick is in full gear), was not going to be the big money maker needed to reboot the whole «Dark-Universe» so they needed tom Cruise (who costs a fuck load of money to hire) to make people come and give a shit about it. Same reason why Adam Sandler movies cost a monstrously big amount of money to make.