Award-winning director Guillermo del Toro has a wide variety of films under his belt, from sci-fi action pieces like Hellboy and Blade II to gothic romance films like Crimson Peak and The Shape of Water. One of his most notable franchises Pacific Rim reached critical acclaim with the first film, but despite writing a script for a sequel, the film changed distributors and del Toro’s script was scrapped when Steven S. DeKnight took the reins of the project.
It’s no secret the sequel, titled Pacific Rim: Uprising changed dramatically under DeKnight’s direction, which used a script by Jon Spaihts instead of del Toro’s original version. In an interview with The Wrap, del Toro delved into what his original version of the film looked like, which included one character having a more significant role.
Read more: https://collider.com/pacific-rim-2-guillermo-del-toro-version-time-travel/
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