Guillermo del Toro adds another project to the list

Guillermo del Toro adds another project to the list has reported that Guillermo del Toro is producing the film ‘Midnight Delivery’ which has been described as ‘about a man who becomes a drug mule to save his son’s life.’ The script has been written by Neil Cross who has mostly written episodes for the TV series ‘MI-5’ and ‘Luther’. No other details such as cast or possible directors have been announced so far.

‘Midnight Delivery’ is another project on the list of many projects del Toro  is currently attached to, if you look at his IMDB page, there is currently no less than eleven projects ‘In Development’ that he is involved with.

Del Toro recently left the ‘Hobbit’ project which he was onboard to direct at the time, one of the many project he is involved with in development at the moment includes the adaptation of HP Lovecraft’s works ‘At the Mountains of Madness.’ Having read some of Lovecraft’s work in recent years this project is the one I would most like to see released, del Toro’s visual style and unique take on things would be an excellent combination with Lovecraft’s work.

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