Guillermo del Toro Planned The Shape of Water for Decades
Guillermo del Toro is a legend. His work is known for its connection to fairy tales and horror, with an infused beauty that draws the viewer in. He is most frequently associated with his film, Pan’s Labyrinth, but he is also the one responsible for bringing Mike Mignola’s Hellboy series to fantasmic life on the big screen as well as bringing us gothic horror films like Crimson Peak. Now he is diving deep into the romance genre, but adding his horror spin to it in his latest project – The Shape of Water.
Screen Rant got a chance to talk with Guillermo del Toro on press day, where we asked him where he got the inspiration for his film, how he came about writing the roles for the actors he had in mind, and why he thinks classic horror movie monsters ...
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