NetFlix & Guillermo del Toro Find Love Nest for Their ‘Ten After Midnight’ Rendezvous: TORONTO


Netflix and Guillermo del Toro have found the perfect cozy little space in Toronto for their new venture called ‘Guillermo del Toro Presents 10 After MidnightIn addition, another cryptic film project entitled ‘Let It Snow‘ will also be produced as part of the deal.

Guillermo del Toronto…Hmm.

The  agreement’s centralized production hub includes 250,000 square feet of studio and office support space and is comprised of four sound stages: approximately 164,000 square feet at Cinespace Studios,  and an additional 84,580 square feet at Pinewood Toronto Studios.

Acclaimed Academy Award-winning filmmaker Guillermo del Toro curates this collection of sinister stories, each more horrifying than the next. — Netflix

Guillermo del Toro. June 2010, NYC. Photo: Edwin Pagán/LATIN HORROR.

Guillermo del Toro. June 2010, NYC. Photo: Edwin Pagán/LATIN HORROR.

Netflix adds that its production expansion deal in Canada is expected to create 1,850 jobs per year.

“By putting the right conditions in place to attract jobs and opportunities to the province, our Government working for the People is sending a clear message that Ontario is open for business,” said Michael Tibollo, Ontario’s Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport. “Today’s announcement demonstrates that Ontario is now one of the most attractive places in the world for investment. We are creating an environment for job creators and workers to thrive, including in Ontario’s industry-leading film production sector.”

The anthology will be made up of horrific stories chosen by Oscar-winning filmmakers, with del Toro overseeing the project. Del Toro is also expected to be among the top shelf creatives who will write and direct on the series!

Edwin "El Miedo" Pagán
Edwin "El Miedo" Pagán is the Founder-In-Chief of LATIN HORROR. Pagán is a writer, filmmaker and life-long horror fan. In 2008 he founded LATIN HORROR, an online niche market website specializing in Latin-influenced horror, its documentation, and promotion as a distinct genre. Pagán is at the forefront of the Latin "Dark Creative Expressionist" movement, a term he coined as a means of identifying the millions of lost souls who live outside the rim of mainstream society and whose lifestyle and work is grounded in horror, the macabre, and gothic arts. Currently, he is penning a book entitled 'MIEDO - The History of Latin Horror.' Trivia: He is noted for ending his written correspondence with the offbeat salutation 'There will be SANGRE!'

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