Doug Jones is back as scruffy haired zombie (and Winnie’s old flame) Billy Butcherson.
Hocus Pocus 2 has announced who will join the Sanderson sisters in this spooky sequel for Disney+.
We'll likely never get to see visionary director Guillermo Del Toro's take on Mary Shelley's gothic classic Frankenstein.
There are action figures and then there are, ahem, “action figures.” Unfortunately for actor Doug Jones, the toy inspired by his “Shape of Water” character is of the “adult” variety. “With a light chuckle, I can tell you it’s not exactly what I’d hoped for,” said Jones, whose Amphibian Man in the critically acclaimed film stirred a company called XenoCat Artifacts to create a dildo inspired by his character. “I’m sure Dunkirk doesn’t have that problem,” director Guillermo del Toro joked following TheWrap’s screening of “The Shape of Water.” “I don’t think it’s an accurate representation.
Guillermo del Toro's heavily anticipated fantasy drama nabs honour previously won by The Wrestler and Brokeback Mountain.
'Pan's Labyrinth' filmmaker put his entire directorial fee (minus taxes and guild dues) back into his awards-tipped fantasy drama.
Guillermo del Toro's latest film just premiered at the Venice Film Festival; it also stars Doug Jones, Michael Shannon, Octavia Spencer, Richard Jenkins
Sally Hawkins is a mute who befriends a mysterious fish-man in the 'Hellboy' director's new movie.