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Pinocchio Update: Gris Grimly Says Hes Still Kicking

Pinocchio Update: Gris Grimly Says He's "Still Kicking"

Gris Grimly dropped me a line to follow up on his prior tweets about the fate of his Pinocchio movie with Guillermo Del Toro.His e-mail reads: I'm writing to clear up the rumor that has gotten started It all started with misconstrued information that I passed along through my networks But it has come to my[...]


Fresh Concept Art For Guillermo Del Toros Pinocchio

Fresh Concept Art For Guillermo Del Toro's Pinocchio

It was Gris Grimly's Pinocchio but it's Guillermo Del Toro's now, with Mark Gustafson credited as co-director Del Toro has given a potted history of the pass-the-parcel directorship to EW: Gris has been part of the development of Pinocchio from the start Originally he approached me to direct it and then I was producing for him to direct and[...]

Guillermo Del Toro To Co-Direct The Jim Henson Companys Pinocchio

Guillermo Del Toro To Co-Direct The Jim Henson Company's Pinocchio

When we reported on The Jim Henson Company's stop-motion adaptation of Carlo Collodi's Pinocchio last May, illustrator Gris Grimly was expected to direct the film, with Guillermo Del Toro producing It seems that in the intervening year the creative team has been shaken up a bit, as Del Toro is now set to co-direct the[...]

Plans For Insidious 2 Take A Virtual Step Forwards

Plans For Insidious 2 Take A Virtual Step Forwards

Sony should have gone ahead and registered Insidious 3 domains while they were at it.Incidentally, MarkMonitor, the domain registration company used to execute these acquisitions for Sony, recently also nabbed a series of Pinocchio: The Movie domains, very possibly associated with the Gris Grimly stop-motion Pinocchio film that's in production now; and some more to[...]

First Look At The Pinocchio Puppet From Gris Grimly And Guillermo Del Toro

First Look At The Pinocchio Puppet From Gris Grimly And Guillermo Del Toro

I also expect that it will make something of a fan hero out of its director, Gris Grimly, building on the love already earnt with his wonderful books.One of those books, published in 2002, was an illustrated version of Carlo Collodi's Pinocchio Here's the cover:Some years later, and Grimly's film is getting ready to speed[...]