So anyway, I was thinking. Where are we with BD? Are they still discussing whether it should be spit into two movies? I’m thinking I’m okay with it being filmed as one. I definitely want the Honeymoon scene, to be detailed! That’s it. I don’t care what you do with the rest. I know how the story goes. I just want my honeymoon scene.
So let me tell you who I want to direct this final installment. Ready? Guillermo Del Toro. Wait! I know! Hellboy II is not his fault. Don’t blame him for that. What I want you to check out is Pan’s Labyrinth. This is how I know Guillermo can film all the elements, that BD possesses. If you’re not familiar with the movie, let me tell you about it.
First of all, it won three academy awards; cinematography, makeup, and art direction. This man is brilliant, btw! Don’t you think those are important aspects that would be great towards the making of BD? I do.
Pan’s Labryrinth is a gothic fairy tale set in 1944 and told through the eyes of a little girl. It is about her journey with her mother, to meet her now, new step-father. Her mother, pregnant, with the step-father’s child, loses her life shortly after, to illness. The step-farther is a very cruel man, and is heading a civil war, in Spain. During this war, the little girl, is not really welcomed by her new guardian. However, she is soon confronted by mythical creatures and the just of the story is, without her mother, whom can she trust? The man that does not love her, or the creatures, asking her to show her allegiance and fulfill a prophecy? In the end, the story is terribly tragic, and the little girl must protect her baby brother, from anyone, or any creature, that means to do him harm. Even if it means, death. *wipes tear*
It’s such a good movie, I just love it and I love Guillermo! I want him to direct Breaking Dawn, like BAD! So, I shall silently hope that he will hear my prayers, even though I believe he’s busy with The Hobbit (Fuck how long has it been? Shit! What’s another year?)
Do you have any favorite directors? What do you think?