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A Jane Austen type of haunted house ghost story

 

Director: Guillermo Del Toro
Writer: Del Toro & Matthew Robbins (Re-write:Del Toro & Lucinda Coxon)

 

Producer(s): Thomas Tull, Jon Jashni, del Toro and Callum Greene produce, and

Executive Producer: Jillian Share

Distributor: Universal
Production Company/Finance: Legendary Pictures (Finance w/Universal)

 

Starring:

Charlie Hunnam (Lead role)

Tom Hiddleston

Mia Wasikowska ... Edith Cushing (Discovers that her charming new husband is not who he appears to be)

Jessica Chastain ... (Siblings from an aristocratic family)

(Siblings from an aristocratic family)

Jim Beaver

Burn Gorman

Javier Botot

 

Story: In the aftermath of a family tragedy, an aspiring author is torn between love for her childhood friend and the temptation of a mysterious outsider. Trying to escape the ghosts of her past, she is swept away to a house that breathes, bleeds…and remembers.

 

Costume Designer: Kate Hawley

Set Designer: Michael Madden
 

Filming Location: Toronto (Pinewood Studios) (February 10 - May 14); Shooting Days: 65

 

Rated R
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A very set-oriented, classical but at the same time modern take on the ghost story. It will allow me to play with the conventions of the genre I know and love, and at the same time subvert the old rules.

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CP is not Hell House at all. Nothing could be further from that. CP is a spec script Matthew and I wrote right after Pan's Labyrinth. It stayed mostly under the radar but I have been pushing it quietly. Universal has been very supportive and wanted to do it. It's set at the turn of the century and it is a Gothic romance with ghosts. When I use the GR term I use it not in the Barbara Cartland model but rather in a Bronte fashion. Dark and stormy and wind-swept.This is my first foray into horror since Sci-Fi/Horror Mimic. DBB was more of an essay on ghosts than a ghost story and, except as producer, I have not returned to scary stuff in a long time. Glad you guys are jazzed. So am I!!BestGDT

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This will suck. GDT put his name on Don't Be Afraid of the Dark and that was one of the worst pieces of dung I've ever seen.

Huh? He only produced that. Cameron's credit didn't go down due to Sanctum. Producing credit is way different than a director's credit. Will be Del Toro in his element.
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This will suck. GDT put his name on Don't Be Afraid of the Dark and that was one of the worst pieces of dung I've ever seen.

He will be directing this one. Although, Orphanage (GDT produced it as well) is a damn good movie and I always recommend it to anyone who hated Don't Be Afraid Of The Dark, which was awful.
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He will be directing this one. Although, Orphanage (GDT produced it as well) is a damn good movie and I always recommend it to anyone who hated Don't Be Afraid Of The Dark, which was awful.

Yes, Orphanage is good.
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Huh? He only produced that. Cameron's credit didn't go down due to Sanctum. Producing credit is way different than a director's credit. Will be Del Toro in his element.

I liked Sanctum.
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"Crimson Peak" is a ghost story too right?

Yes, but fortunately, like in comedies you can have Woody Allen or The Farrelly Brothers or you can do Preston Sturges or Lubitsch or all of these things. There are so many ways to tell a ghost story. "Crimson Peak" is a gothic romance. I don't mean that there's going to be a guy who appears with a dozen flowers singing in the balcony, what I mean is that, in the most classical definition of the term, it's a gothic romance. It's got a lot of darkness and sound and fury and drama and stormy; but at the core of it is a scary movie.

Is that still going to be next?

Yes, God willing. We're going to be doing the pilot for the series "The Strain" [based on the trilogy of novels co-written by Del Toro and "The Town" author Chuck Hogan] for Fox and then I'm going to go right into the prep for "Crimson Peak."

http://blogs.indiewire.com/theplaylist/interview-guillermo-del-toro-talks-mama-pacific-rim-crimson-peak-dreamworks-and-what-happened-to-his-disney-double-dare-you-shingle-20130115?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter&page=1#blogPostHeaderPanel 

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I think people go with what other people say too often. Has anyone here actually seen Sanctum (besides Schu)?And besides, I'm not sold on GDT. Pan's was good but imo he has put his name on a lot of shit and I found Hellboy and its sequel to be quite bad.

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I think people go with what other people say too often. Has anyone here actually seen Sanctum (besides Schu)?And besides, I'm not sold on GDT. Pan's was good but imo he has put his name on a lot of shit and I found Hellboy and its sequel to be quite bad.

I would call the sequel "weak", but not bad, but I have no problems with the original. The lead was excellent casting, Perlman nailed it, and in my completely bias opinion I think the lead in CP is perfect (assuming negotiations go through). :D
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