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Guillermo del Toro to work with Netflix on new horror anthology

/ 06:54 PM May 15, 2018

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Academy Award winning filmmaker Guillermo del Toro will be creating a horror anthology in collaboration with Netflix.

The streaming service gave the new series the title “Guillermo del Toro Presents 10 After Midnight”. The series will feature a collection of stories personally curated by the master of monster movies himself, according to a statement.

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Aside from directing and writing for some of the series’ episodes, del Toro will also handpick writers and filmmakers, to bring select stories to life.

“The Shape of Water” producer J. Miles Dale will also serve as the series’ executive producer.

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This project with del Toro will be Netflix’s first original horror anthology series.

Del Toro and Netflix previously collaborated to create the award-winning animated fantasy series “Trollhunters”. DreamWorks handled the animation. “Trollhunters: Tales of Arcadia” part three will premiere on May 25. JB

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