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First Images From Pinocchio

ComingSoon writes:
It's been some time since it was first announced that Guillermo del Doro would be developing a stop-motion version of Pinocchio alongside the Jim Henson company. Today, as the studio announced its partnership with the European company, Pathe, the first pre-production images have been released as well.

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-MD-2123d ago

Everything Del Toro does is golden. Stop motion = win.

Sunny_D2123d ago (Edited 2123d ago )

Yup, but I hate Pinnochio, lol. I always wished he would get thrown in a wood chipper for his lies. That ticked me off back when I was a kid.

JL2123d ago

I like a lot of his work, but I wouldn't say everything del Toro does is golden. I didn't care for Mimic at all.

-MD-2122d ago (Edited 2122d ago )

Yeah I might have exaggerated a little bit there haha. I do enjoy the mans work though.

I personally haven't seen mimic. I'll check it out and see how I feel about it.

darklordzor2123d ago

I can already tell, that this new version is likely to give me nightmares. Still it sounds very cool.

JL2123d ago

Pinocchio meets del Toro. Could be interesting indeed.

Soldierone2122d ago

This looks friggin awesome lol, I was never a fan of this story but might have to check it out.

-MD-2122d ago

K I'm new here but I don't really get why my title was edited for this (and other) articles. It shouldn't have to be the exact title from the article provided.

I wouldn't even click on this article if I didn't know Del Toro was involved and his name was in the title for a reason. Now it's just plain old pinocchio that nobody cares about.

I thought the point was to get people to read the article.

JL2122d ago (Edited 2122d ago )

Per the guidelines, yes the title should always be the same.
http://filmwatch.com/site/n...

The reason is for the very reason you mentioned there. While your intent may not have been malicious/scheming, if we allow people to change titles just think how some will change it to crazy sensationalist titles just to draw attention to their articles that wouldn't otherwise deserve it.

Besides, Del Toro is mentioned in the description. And most will read that as well. So his name-power is still there to draw people in.

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