Del Toro's next?

Poor old Guillermo, I wish he had won an Oscar for PAN'S LABYRINTH even though I didn't think it was as fantastic as everyone else did. Anyway, as I'm sure you know, he's doing HELLBOY 2 right now, but talk is he's now about to get himself involved in a big-screen adaptation of Tom Manning's graphic novel, RUNOFF. The wily fellas over at Latinoreview, snagged Manning for a quick interview about the story, wherein he had the following to say:

“Guillermo Del Toro, Nick Nunziata and Lloyd Levin basically contacted me a year ago and we started talking about doing this project together... It's been moving along in baby steps ever since, but I think that's the way of Hollywood. We haven't worked out contractual details yet, so there are quite a few hoops to jump through before we're rolling any film. I'm not sure where this would fit into Guillermo's schedule, I know he's got his fingers in a lot of projects, but I hope Runoff cuts in line once it's a go.”

To find about what else Manning had to say, check out the rest of the interview HERE. Apart from the aforementioned return of big Red, Del Toro also has a fantasy/horror flick called 3993 on the cards.
Extra Tidbit: You can check out the RUNOFF website, HERE.
Source: Latino Review



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