Guillermo Del Toro Wanted Blade 2 To Feel Like A Comic Book

Guillermo Del Toro Wanted Blade 2 To Feel Like A Comic Book
Guillermo del Toro is a critically beloved filmmaker known for his sharply detail-ridden directing style that speaks with a visual language of its own. The Mexican director gained prominence with his Spanish-language dark fantasy dramas like "Pan's Labyrinth" and "The Devil's Backbone," while his two most recent English-language works, "The Shape of Water" and "Nightmare Alley," have gained heaps of recognition at the Academy Awards. However, del Toro's earlier American productions have embraced a less serious, more cartoonishly crazy tone to them, and there's perhaps no better example of this than "Blade II."

"Blade II" was one of the first sequels to...

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