The multitasking, multimedia storyteller and filmmaker Guillermo del Toro and author and co-writer with GDT on “The Strain,” Chuck Hogan, have delivered to New York Times readers an op-ed contribution about “Why Vampires Never Die.” Ringers Rock brought it to our attention on TORn’s message boards and we wanted to share it with everybody. Continue reading “GDT picks up the pen for NY Times”
Michael writes: Just a quick heads up for New York City area One-Ringers: GDT and Chuck Hogan are signing at the Union Square Barnes & Noble tonight at 7. 33 E 17th St. between Park and Broadway.
From BBC: Director Guillermo del Toro has announced plans to write a trilogy of vampire novels with crime author Chuck Hogan. The 43-year-old, best known for making Pans Labyrinth, Hellboy and The Devil’s Backbone, said the trilogy would advance in “unexpected ways”. The first book, The Strain, will be released next summer. Earlier this month it was reported that del Toro had signed a four-picture deal with film studio Universal. Del Toro to release book trilogy
Xoanon here: Just a little note about these books. THE STRAIN, the novel to be published is already written. The book was finished a while ago, before del Toro even began work on HELLBOY II. He will not be writing it during THE HOBBIT. It is safe to say what happens in NZ will mostly be Hobbity related!