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  1. Guillermo del Toro - Wikipedia › wiki › Guillermo_del_Toro

    Guillermo del Toro Gómez (Spanish: [ɡiˈʝeɾmo ðel ˈtoɾo]; born October 9, 1964) is a Mexican filmmaker, author, actor, and make-up artist.He is best known for his Academy Award-winning fantasy films Pan's Labyrinth (2006) and The Shape of Water (2017), winning the Oscars for Best Director and Best Picture for the latter.

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  2. Guillermo del Toro - IMDb › name › nm0868219

    Guillermo del Toro, Writer: El laberinto del fauno. Guillermo del Toro was born October 9, 1964 in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. Raised by his Catholic grandmother, del Toro developed an interest in filmmaking in his early teens. Later, he learned about makeup and effects from the legendary Dick Smith (The Exorcist (1973)) and worked on making his own short films. At the age of 21, del Toro ...

  3. Guillermo del Toro - Biography - IMDb › name › nm0868219

    Guillermo del Toro is a Mexican film director, screenwriter, producer, and novelist. In his filmmaking career, Del Toro has alternated between Spanish-language dark fantasy pieces, such as the gothic horror films El espinazo del diablo (2001), and El laberinto del fauno (2006), and more mainstream American action movies, such as the vampire superhero action film, Blade II (2002), the ...

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  4. Guillermo del Toro - Rotten Tomatoes › celebrity › guillermo_del_toro

    Guillermo del Toro. Highest Rated: 100% Gahan Wilson: Born Dead, Still Weird (2013) Lowest Rated: 43% Pacific Rim Uprising (2018) Birthday: Oct 09, 1964. Birthplace: Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico ...

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  5. Guillermo del Toro - Director, Screenwriter, Producer ... › filmmaker › guillermo-del-toro
    • Who Is Guillermo Del Toro?
    • Background
    • Haunting Early Films
    • Comic Book Fare: 'Blade II' and 'Hellboy'
    • Global Acclaim For 'Pan's Labyrinth'
    • Common Motifs and 'Crimson Peak'
    • Award-Winning 'The Shape of Water'
    • Personal and Other Projects

    Born on October 9, 1964, Guillermo del Toro was able to parlay his childhood love of the macabre into a highly successful career as a filmmaker, making his feature debut in 1993 with Cronos. He helmed the comic-book adaptations Blade II and Hellboy before directing Pan’s Labyrinth, an acclaimed, artfully distinguished film that was nominated for a Foreign Language Film Academy Award. Del Toro also directed the action blockbuster Pacific Rim and the haunted house/period piece Crimson Peak, before snagging his first Oscar win for Best Director with the sci-fi romance The Shape of Water.

    Future filmmaker Guillermo del Toro was born on October 9, 1964 in Guadalajara, Mexico. Having a taste for the macabre at an early age, del Toro decorated his family home with decidedly spooky elements. He started creating shorts in high school and later attended the film school Centro de Investigación y Estudios Cinematográficos. In the mid-1980s, he created his own effects company, Necropia, geared towards the Mexican film market.

    Del Toro made his feature debut in 1993 with the Spanish/English film Cronos. An antiques shopkeeper, after discovering a gilded device, begins to undergo a startling form of vampiric transformation, with his granddaughter witnessing the change. The film, which co-starred Ron Perlman (an eventual regular collaborator with the director) won an array of honors, including eight Ariel Awards from the Mexican Academy of Film. Del Toro followed up this work with Mimic, a 1997 Miramax production that starred Mira Sorvino and Josh Brolin in a tale of gargantuan bugs run amok in New York City. The project soured del Toro a bit on working in the confines of Hollywood, and for his next feature he turned toward Spanish history. The Devil’s Backbone(2001), co-produced by fellow filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar, is a serious, stark tale focusing on a group of children struggling to survive at a haunted orphanage during the Spanish Civil War.

    The world of horror continued to call to del Toro in his next directing venture, though the format was of the comic-book world and also involved a return to vampires. Del Toro was at the helm of Blade II, starring Wesley Snipes as the famed vampire hunter in a gory, stylized action caper that grossed more than $150 million worldwide. Next up came another comic-book adaptation—Hellboy, with Perlman cast as the brawny, demonic titular character in an outing that was both action caper and comedy vehicle. This dynamic was also seen with the 2008 sequel Hellboy II: The Golden Army.

    Del Toro returned to Spain and the country’s post–civil war era for his 2006 feature length film, Pan’s Labyrinth, the story of a girl forced to live with a fascist stepfather retreats into a magical, frightening world where she's revealed to be a princess, with a blurring of what might be reality versus an imaginary escape from trauma. Having earned more than $80 million worldwide, Pan's Labyrinthalso became one of the top-grossing foreign releases in the United States. The work was also a critical smash, ending up on many reviewers’ year-end lists and receiving an Oscar nomination for Best Foreign Language Film. It received five other Oscar nods as well, winning for art direction, cinematography and makeup.

    Del Toro’s films are known for the detailed attention paid to creatures of a variety of persuasions, from the creepy humanoid faun played by Doug Jones in Pan's Labyrinth to a haughty ectoplasmic team leader voiced by Seth MacFarlane in Hellboy II. While having a bit of an eye for robots and mechanical warfare in Hellboy II, del Toro brought the idea to full culmination in Pacific Rim (2013), starring Idris Elbaand Charlie Hunnam, a big budget outing that saw humongous mechanical warriors battling similarly gargantuan alien monsters. In fall 2015, del Toro returned to the world of artful horror with Crimson Peak, featuring Mia Wasikowska, Jessica Chastain and Tom Hiddlestonin a story about a house that has memory and induces terror. Del Toro co-founded the visual effects company Mirada in 2010. He had also been initially chosen to direct the film adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit, but after almost two years of preparation he announced in 2012 that he would be leaving the pro...

    In 2017, del Toro turned in one of the signature works of his career with The Shape of Water. A sci-fi romance about a mute janitor who falls in love with a man-fish hybrid held in a government lab, The Shape of Water claimed the top prize at the Venice Film Festival and led the pack with seven nominations for the year's Golden Globes, producing a win for del Toro in the category of Best Director. When the orchestra music began playing during his acceptance speech, del Toro pleaded for more time to celebrate the first Golden Globe Award of his career. "It's taken 25 years," he said. "Give me a minute. Give me a minute!" There was more to come for the director, as The Shape of Water racked up a whopping 13 nominations ahead of the 2018 Academy Awards. During the March 4 telecast, the film claimed four Oscar wins, including two of the top prizes of the night, for Best Picture and Best Director. Sounding a political note in his acceptance speech for Best Director, del Toro noted that h...

    Guillermo del Toro married Lorenza Newton in 1986, with the couple going on to have two daughters. In 1998 the director faced a major crisis when his father was kidnapped and held captive for more than two months. Del Toro was able to pay the ransom and then moved his family to America. In March 2018, organizers of the Guadalajara International Film Festival announced the creation of the Jenkins-Del Toro International Film Scholarship, a $60,000 annual award for a promising Mexican filmmaker to study abroad at a renowned film institute. "If we change a life, if we change a history, we change a generation," said the Oscar-winning director. Around that time, del Toro revealed that his At Home With Monsters exhibit, which features drawings, paintings, sculptures and concept pieces from his movies, would soon make the rounds in museums across Guadalajara and Mexico City. The exhibit had previously enjoyed a run at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. In April, Fox Searchlight Pictures...

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  6. Guillermo del Toro | Death Stranding Wiki | Fandom › wiki › Guillermo_del_Toro

    Guillermo del Toro is a Mexican film director, screenwriter, producer, and novelist, who provided his likeness for Deadman in Death Stranding. Del Toro was not creatively involved in Death Stranding, however; he merely served as the basis for his character's appearance.[1]He is known for having directed Hellboy (2004), and Academy Award-winning fantasy films Pan's Labyrinth (2006) and The ...

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    Guillermo del Toro, Mexican director, screenwriter, and producer who was known for imbuing horror and fantasy films with emotional and thematic complexity. His best-known films included Hellboy, Pan’s Labyrinth, and The Shape of Water. For the latter he won an Academy Award for best director.

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  9. Pinocchio (2021) - IMDb › title › tt1488589

    Pinocchio: Directed by Guillermo del Toro, Mark Gustafson. With Tilda Swinton, Cate Blanchett, Ewan McGregor, Finn Wolfhard. A darker version of the classic children's fairy tale of a wooden puppet that transforms into a real living boy.

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