This week, two significant things have happened in the world of Guillermo del Toro. First, news broke that Del Toro would return to the realm of horror and direct Crimson Peak. That was followed with the buzz he would supervise the writing of Pacific Rim 2, a sequel to his summer 2013 offering Pacific Rim.
Both Crimson Peak and all things Pacific Rim reside at Legendary and I have to wonder if the sequel will take priority over Peak. If the supernatural chiller does go into production in early 2014 as anticipated, here’s a bit of what we can expect – Del Toro took to the message boards of DelToroFilms.com to explain.
In response to an article at Aint-It-Cool-News in which Harry Knowles theorized Crimson Peak was an old script Del Toro penned with Matthew Robbins called Hell House, Del Toro said:
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