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messaggio 8/12/2010, 0:04
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Caspita! NOn lo sapevo! Questa si che è una bella notizia!!!! eheheh.gif
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messaggio 8/12/2010, 0:14
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nemmeno io sapevo di questa NOTIZIONA WOW!!! spero che sia qualcosa molto più dark rispetto al precedente....che era tutto tranne inquietante,ma forse era più un film per famiglie?!

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messaggio 9/12/2010, 21:35
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CITAZIONE (Ciclopino87 @ 8/12/2010, 0:14) *
nemmeno io sapevo di questa NOTIZIONA WOW!!! spero che sia qualcosa molto più dark rispetto al precedente....che era tutto tranne inquietante,ma forse era più un film per famiglie?!


Manco quello,era un film d'evasione per Halloween,comunque non era tutto da buttare il maggiordomo mi è piaciuto e Murphy che non fa più ridere......
Beh questo sentendo Del Toro sarà un PG-13.Spero che sia anche alla regia

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messaggio 22/8/2011, 15:17
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News:

Sul sito MTV vi è una video intervista a Guillermo del Toro in cui si parla anche di questo progetto... abbiamo trovato la traduzione su UltimateDisney e vi postiamo la parte dedicata al film in questione:

Q: How’s "Haunted Mansion" going?

Del Toro: It’s going great. We’re on the second draft of the screenplay. We have a huge ‘show and tell’ series of boards. We have about 40 pieces of art, maquettes, we’re in full contact with Imageneering at Disney and we’re making sure that we are not only faithful to the Mansion and the ride but that we have the ride in the future reflect into the movie and the movie into the ride.

It’s been a very elaborate, very slow process. We went through a lot of the original art for the design of the Mansion; we went to the Disney archives and went through the Marc Davis sketches and color work that I’m a huge fan of. And then we explored the Mansion on foot at 5:00 a.m. in the morning. We took 2 hours, went behind the scenes…I went insane. It was one of the happiest days of my life.

Q: We spoke to Favreau recently and he said you guys have had some chats. ‘Cause you’re obviously kind into the same universe with his “Magic Kingdom” thing, and he’s mentioned that maybe you guys will put some nods into each other’s films.

Del Toro: I would love that. I’ve told John that if he can use some of my stuff and I can use some of his stuff and make it a cohesive universe that would be fantastic.



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messaggio 23/8/2011, 13:30
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CITAZIONE (veu @ 22/8/2011, 15:17) *
News:

Sul sito MTV vi è una video intervista a Guillermo del Toro in cui si parla anche di questo progetto... abbiamo trovato la traduzione su UltimateDisney e vi postiamo la parte dedicata al film in questione:

Q: How’s "Haunted Mansion" going?

Del Toro: It’s going great. We’re on the second draft of the screenplay. We have a huge ‘show and tell’ series of boards. We have about 40 pieces of art, maquettes, we’re in full contact with Imageneering at Disney and we’re making sure that we are not only faithful to the Mansion and the ride but that we have the ride in the future reflect into the movie and the movie into the ride.

It’s been a very elaborate, very slow process. We went through a lot of the original art for the design of the Mansion; we went to the Disney archives and went through the Marc Davis sketches and color work that I’m a huge fan of. And then we explored the Mansion on foot at 5:00 a.m. in the morning. We took 2 hours, went behind the scenes…I went insane. It was one of the happiest days of my life.

Q: We spoke to Favreau recently and he said you guys have had some chats. ‘Cause you’re obviously kind into the same universe with his “Magic Kingdom” thing, and he’s mentioned that maybe you guys will put some nods into each other’s films.

Del Toro: I would love that. I’ve told John that if he can use some of my stuff and I can use some of his stuff and make it a cohesive universe that would be fantastic.


Finalmente se ne parla di questo progetto pensavo che era morto!!!!
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messaggio 23/8/2011, 14:21
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CITAZIONE (veu @ 22/8/2011, 15:17) *
News:

Sul sito MTV vi è una video intervista a Guillermo del Toro in cui si parla anche di questo progetto... abbiamo trovato la traduzione su UltimateDisney e vi postiamo la parte dedicata al film in questione:

Q: How’s "Haunted Mansion" going?

Del Toro: It’s going great. We’re on the second draft of the screenplay. We have a huge ‘show and tell’ series of boards. We have about 40 pieces of art, maquettes, we’re in full contact with Imageneering at Disney and we’re making sure that we are not only faithful to the Mansion and the ride but that we have the ride in the future reflect into the movie and the movie into the ride.

It’s been a very elaborate, very slow process. We went through a lot of the original art for the design of the Mansion; we went to the Disney archives and went through the Marc Davis sketches and color work that I’m a huge fan of. And then we explored the Mansion on foot at 5:00 a.m. in the morning. We took 2 hours, went behind the scenes…I went insane. It was one of the happiest days of my life.

Q: We spoke to Favreau recently and he said you guys have had some chats. ‘Cause you’re obviously kind into the same universe with his “Magic Kingdom” thing, and he’s mentioned that maybe you guys will put some nods into each other’s films.

Del Toro: I would love that. I’ve told John that if he can use some of my stuff and I can use some of his stuff and make it a cohesive universe that would be fantastic.

non vedo l'ora di vedere qualcosina in più!Mi stavo domandando l'altro giorno che fine avesse fatto questo progetto Grazie Veu Saluto.gif
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Secondo me tanti progetti la Disney li tende all'oscuro....non dando segnalazioni.Comunque mi fa piacere che è in co-produzione
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messaggio 24/8/2011, 11:07
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Evviva!
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messaggio 8/8/2012, 10:11
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Da un'intervista di Collider a Del Toro:

"I delivered my last draft five weeks ago. I have a meeting with them in three weeks. I know they like the screenplay. I need to meet with them in three weeks. That’s what I know. I know their reaction to the draft was good. We have a bunch of conceptualist art, but you never know, to predict anything else is hard for me to know. I should have called them and said, “Hey.” Usually, it’s very hard for me to predict what a thing like that means."

He goes on to say that while he came on board as a writer and producer, he thinks Disney is waiting for him to say he wants to direct it. But according to del Toro, “I’m in the middle of Pacific Rim and I don’t know what I’m going to do next.” More after the jump.
From the way del Toro talks about Haunted Mansion, it’s clear the project is still moving forward but it doesn’t have anything resembling a release date.


http://collider.com/guillermo-del-toro-hau...terview/187252/


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messaggio 8/8/2012, 13:45
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Incrociamo le dita!!
Haunted Mansion
Magic Kingdom
The Stuff of legend...

Alan quando ti decidi a dare qualche greenlight?


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messaggio 8/8/2012, 14:08
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CITAZIONE (Beast @ 8/8/2012, 10:11) *
Da un'intervista di Collider a Del Toro:

"I delivered my last draft five weeks ago. I have a meeting with them in three weeks. I know they like the screenplay. I need to meet with them in three weeks. That’s what I know. I know their reaction to the draft was good. We have a bunch of conceptualist art, but you never know, to predict anything else is hard for me to know. I should have called them and said, “Hey.” Usually, it’s very hard for me to predict what a thing like that means."

He goes on to say that while he came on board as a writer and producer, he thinks Disney is waiting for him to say he wants to direct it. But according to del Toro, “I’m in the middle of Pacific Rim and I don’t know what I’m going to do next.” More after the jump.
From the way del Toro talks about Haunted Mansion, it’s clear the project is still moving forward but it doesn’t have anything resembling a release date.


http://collider.com/guillermo-del-toro-hau...terview/187252/



Spero che arriva!!!!!!!Voglio qualcosa di più adulto
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Ah questa è nuova... la Disney vorrebbe accelerare il tutto? O_O

The director also provided an updated on his adaptation of the Disney ride Haunted Mansion, which was first announced nearly three years ago. Del Toro confirmed that he will only be producing the film due to his busy schedule:

“Haunted Mansion we chased the writer for a year and a half, we didn’t get the writer, we’re going after another writer. That one I would produce and I co-wrote, but I won’t direct… I’m a huge fan of Haunted Mansion and I would love to do it, but Disney at the same time wants to move really fast on it, and I’m busy for a year and a half or two so they don’t want to wait that long. But if we keep chasing writers that we don’t get, it’s getting to be difficult.”


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messaggio 11/7/2013, 18:26
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Quindi devono ancora trovare lo sceneggiatore? Stiamo freschi... e ci sarebbe tutto il tempo di aspettare Del Toro per un paio d'anni, basterebbe mandare in produzione 20,000 Leghe per il 2016 e programmare Haunted Mansion per il '17.


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messaggio 12/9/2013, 19:27
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??? Novità ???


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The Haunted Mansion: Guillermo Del Toro aggiorna sul progetto

Tra i vari progetti in cantiere per Guillermo Del Toro c'è anche The Haunted Mansion della Walt Disney Pictures. In una nuova intervista Del Toro ha aggiornato lo status del progetto e chiarito il suo coinvolgimento nel film.
"Due settimane fa mi sono recato a Disneyland con due executives con i quali ho sviluppato lo script. E' una sceneggiatura difficile. L'abbiamo già fatta un paio di volte, siamo alla terza o quarta stesura, con due team differenti. Penso che la miglior cosa da fare sia combinare che sia grandiosa dell'attrazione nel film, e renderlo davvero intenso ma con un senso di divertimento, proprio come l'attrazione" spiega Del Toro "abbiamo realizzato circa 50-60 modelli e concept art. Abbiamo sviluppato dei modelli dell'Hat Box Ghost, sulla faccia e il corpo di Doug Jones, ma non abbiamo ancora una buonissima sceneggiatura. Credo che la Disney realizzerà il film subito dopo aver consegnato loro una buona sceneggiatura, ma finché non ne consegneremo uno saremo sempre 'vicinissimi' a partire ma non veramente vicini".
Riguardo il suo coinvolgimento, Del Toro conferma che sarà solo produttore ma non esclude la possibilità di dirigerlo: "è un film che amerei dirigere. Ma mi piacerebbe anche solo essere coinvolto da produttore se non ce la farò a dirigerlo".

CS

http://www.comingsoon.net/news/movienews.php?id=120486


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Ci stanno lavorando sopra. wink.gif


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Rumor: Ryan Gosling sarebbe in trattative per entrare nel cast del film.

Ryan Gosling Teaming With Guillermo del Toro for Disney’s ‘Haunted Mansion’ (Exclusive)

The “Lost River” director is in talks to star in the supernatural family film, which is in development

Just as his directorial debut “Lost River” hits theaters this weekend, Oscar-nominated actor Ryan Gosling is in talks to star in Guillermo del Toro‘s Disney movie “Haunted Mansion.”

Gosling and del Toro have developed a close friendship of late, with the Mexican filmmaker moderating a panel with Gosling at SXSW last month to discuss the making of “Lost River.” The duo were also photographed together at Disneyland over Oscar weekend, where they rode the Haunted Mansion ride in addition to Space Mountain, Thunder Mountain Railroad and the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction.

“Haunted Mansion” has been in development at Disney for several years, as the project was first announced at Comic-Con in July 2010. D.V. DeVincentis (“High Fidelity”) is currently working on the script for the supernatural family film.

“Haunted Mansion” represents a homecoming of sorts for the actor, who is a former Mouseketeer. He also co-starred in Disney’s beloved sports movie “Remember the Titans.”


http://www.thewrap.com/ryan-gosling-teamin...sion-exclusive/


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Dal sito Indiewire, Guillermo del Toro include il film tra i suoi progetti non realizzati:

Screenplays I have developed, fully written or co-written that have gone unproduced (so far): The Witches, Justice League Dark, Beauty and the Beast, At the Mountains of Madness, Fantastic Voyage, The Count of Montecristo, Mephisto's Bridge, Pacific Rim 2 (very different), Secret Project (Untitled), Superstitious, Nightmare Alley, Haunted Mansion, The Hulk pilot, The Buried Giant, The Coffin, Drood, List of 7 (Mark Frost) and a few others...Oh, and Wind in the Willows (which I loved). The thing is each script takes about a year, so more than a decade of work lost (in the case of Mountains, much more, since we scouted and designed etc.) To be clear these screenplays are written, done. Each of them took months or years of my life. Meetings, synopsis, beat sheets and were all written, features, 90-130 pages each. These are not "maybes" or "wish list" items. They are done.


Piccolo OT: non sapevamo che Del Toro avesse avuto in progetto il Conte di Montecristo (!!!)


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