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  • (energetic electric guitar music)

  • (audience applause)

  • - [Thomas] Hello, Comic Con.

  • (audience cheers)

  • This is literally our favorite thing to do

  • every year at Legendary.

  • We mark this moment where we get to come

  • and show you our wares,

  • and hopefully you're as excited about it

  • after we show it to you as we are.

  • We've got some exciting things

  • including we're going to hand out some cards

  • and take a poll and see how many times

  • you think Guillermo del Toro will use the F-word.

  • (audience cheers)

  • I also wanted to thank everybody down here at Comic Con.

  • We had the privilege of making a little dinosaur movie

  • this year called Jurassic World with Universal.

  • (audience cheers)

  • And it was everybody from Jeff Shell, Donna Langley,

  • everybody at Universal was an absolute privilege to do,

  • and in all seriousness got to fulfill a lifelong dream

  • of making a movie with Steven Spielberg.

  • (audience applause)

  • So, in any case, thank you for coming

  • and I'm going to hand the mic over to your host,

  • Chris Hardwick.

  • (audience cheers)

  • - [Voiceover] Chris is the best!

  • - [Chris] It's me again. Hey, guys.

  • (audience cheers)

  • Stop it.

  • (audience cheers)

  • What? Is there something behind me?

  • (audience cheers)

  • What? Oh, I'm supposed to turn this around.

  • "Hi, Chris Hardwick, I love you, love Aisha Tyler. #Hugs"

  • Aw, so sweet. I didn't know what know what you screaming at.

  • I was like, "Is there something behind me?"

  • because no one's this excited about me.

  • I love you, I will love you later.

  • (audience laughs)

  • Let's just get into this, you guys, because there's a lot.

  • We have an hour, we're going to get

  • to show you some amazing stuff,

  • taking on some great three different movies

  • that people haven't seen anything before.

  • And I am so honored and delighted

  • that this man knows my name,

  • and he's going to be one of the guests

  • on our podcast tonight.

  • Please welcome Guillermo del Toro!

  • (audience cheers)

  • Now...

  • I would like to...

  • As Guillermo's taking a seat I want you to know

  • people are passing out tickets, this is part of a giveaway,

  • we're doing a Google VR giveaway

  • so that you can check out,

  • you're gonna get 50 000 of these are being distributed,

  • and then there's very specific experiences from Warcraft,

  • Crimson Peak, and Pac Rim when you go over to

  • the Legendary booth so you can redeem those.

  • - [Guillermo] Can I ask a favor?

  • When Tom Hiddleston comes out, ignore him.

  • - [Chris] Yeah, that's...

  • - [Guillermo] Don't make, don't applaud, nothing.

  • - [Chris] It's impossible.

  • - [Guillermo] Nothing, do nothing.

  • - [Chris] He's hypnotic.

  • So, let's just really quickly talk

  • before we show some footage,

  • a little bit about Crimson Peak

  • and why you wanted to make it,

  • and why you thought it was important to tell?

  • - Well, I wanted to create a really classical,

  • lush, lavish Gothic romance.

  • You know, it hasn't been done in a while

  • and it's they're always female-centric movies

  • that have very strong protagonists.

  • And I have two daughters that are incredibly strong,

  • and my wife is my high school sweetheart

  • who is incredibly strong.

  • And I really think that many times

  • in some of these movies

  • the girl ends up being a damsel in distress.

  • And I wanted to create a tale that was

  • a classical Gothic romance,

  • don't expect a reinvention when at the end

  • there's out of the house was a spaceship

  • and it was an experiment about nothing.

  • Or it's all a studio

  • and they're shooting a TV show, nothing.

  • It's a straight Gothic romance,

  • but where certain twists are

  • a little more gender-liberated, shall we say.

  • (audience cheers)

  • They are a little more about

  • being yourself and stuff like that,

  • but that we stopped,

  • I'm incredibly conscious about this with two daughters,

  • we live in a world that is, there is a secret gender war,

  • and we have to, as a story-teller,

  • it is our duty to take these great genres and great forms

  • and retell them a little.

  • And I'm conscious of that.

  • (audience cheers)

  • - [Chris] Excellent.

  • - With that said, I want it to be scary. (laughs)

  • And notice I don't use that word that Thomas said.

  • (audience laughs)

  • - [Guillermo] See?

  • - [Chris] What word are you talking about?

  • - [Guillermo] I have huge control.

  • And I want it to be scary, and I wanted it to be gorgeous.

  • And I think it's one of my three favorite movies I've done

  • and is, in my opinion, you don't have to agree,

  • is the most beautiful movie I have made.

  • - [Chris] (laughs)

  • - [Guillermo] (speaks in Spanish)

  • (audience cheers)

  • - [Chris] So why don't we show a clip from this

  • and then we'll have a little announcement

  • about something from the trailer after you guys see it.

  • - Let's do that, and let me warn you,

  • for those that don't like spoilers,

  • but there spoilers, but damn.

  • (audience laughs)

  • - I'm not gonna say it.

  • - [Chris] Let's meet the cast of Crimson Peak,

  • I think you're gonna be very excited to see Mia Wasikowska,

  • Tom Hiddleston, Jessica Chastain!

  • (audience cheers)

  • The long walk all the way across...

  • There it is.

  • (audience cheers)

  • Welcome.

  • (audience cheers)

  • - [Voiceover] Tom, we love you!

  • (audience cheers)

  • - [Tom] Thank you very much.

  • - [Chris] That is his life. "We love you!" Oh my God.

  • - [Guillermo] I always say that if they found him

  • grinding puppies in an alley, they would go, "Oh, Puppies."

  • - [Chris] (laughs)

  • - [Guillermo] He's so nice.

  • - [Chris] You guys, this is the first peek

  • that you've seen at the trailer,

  • do you want to make an announcement about

  • the Allerdale Hall?

  • - [Guillermo] Well, we are creating an experience,

  • a Halloween Horror Night at Universal.

  • So all of you that live in California or partake,

  • I'll see you there.

  • It's gonna be terrifying and cool.

  • - [Chris] Excellent. Mia, let's start with you.

  • What can you tell us about your character

  • and what was the experience like being on set?

  • I mean, it's everything...

  • The environment was so immersive.

  • - Yeah, I've never been on a set like this before.

  • It was the most beautifully created mansion

  • and the detail was just so incredible.

  • Yeah, I've never been on a set like that before,

  • it was amazing.

  • - [Chris] Yeah. I know backstage

  • I was talking to Tom about

  • what we were going to talk about here,

  • and he goes, "I want to just throw it to the fans.

  • I would rather just have the fans ask questions."

  • Because everything he says makes your heart melt,

  • so we're gonna open up the floor to fan questions right now

  • and you guys can ask the panel

  • whatever it is that you wanna know.

  • - [Guillermo] He has a great accent.

  • - [Chris] He does, everything about him.

  • Yes, hi! Are you okay?

  • - [Voiceover] Yeah.

  • - [Chris] Okay. What is your name?

  • - [Voiceover] Angel.

  • - And what's your question?

  • - [Voiceover] My question is, I know the building size,

  • set, sorry.

  • So I wanna know which part of set do guys like most?

  • - [Tom] That's a good question.

  • - [Chris] Did you say which part of the set

  • do guys like most?

  • - [Voiceover] Yeah, sorry about that.

  • - That's okay, just lean closer to the microphone,

  • we can't really hear you.

  • - [Voiceover] That which part of set do you guys like?

  • - [Chris] Which part of the set do you guys like the most?

  • What's your favorite part,

  • is it the acting or is it the set? What do you guys love?

  • - Of the physical set, you mean?

  • - [Voiceover] Yeah, the castle, yeah.

  • - I, personally...

  • the great hall I found just jaw-dropping.

  • Because you have to understand,

  • this is, the house that the Sharpes live in

  • is in Cumberland in the north of England,

  • and the house was built on a sound stage in Toronto.

  • And when I walked in for the first time,

  • it was just breath-taking.

  • Because it was on three or four storeys

  • with a working elevator.

  • And if you actually trod on the floorboards

  • the clay which is underneath the house

  • would seep across the floor.

  • It was the most extraordinary place,

  • the most extraordinary set I have ever seen.

  • And I was actually very sad when they had to tear it down.

  • That's what they do.

  • - [Guillermo] It is very sad.

  • I like the bathroom.

  • (everyone laughs)

  • And it sounds horrible, but the bathroom was gorgeous.

  • - [Chris] Yeah, that's very important. Jessica...

  • - [Guillermo] Not for the reasons you think.

  • - [Chris] I kinda feel like some of the reasons we think.

  • - [Guillermo] Well, yes, that too.

  • - I like, I mean, maybe it's a bit possessive,

  • but I really liked Lucille's bedroom.

  • And every corner of that room

  • was filled with something that...

  • I can't really explain it because it's all spoilers

  • but it was so, so beautiful,

  • and it's photographed beautifully.

  • - [Chris] Mia, what was your favorite part about

  • making the Crimson Peak?

  • - Probably just being able to work with Guillermo

  • and the cast who were so fantastic.

  • I was new to the genre

  • and to the concept of horror,

  • and I found, Guillermo gave me a copy of Frankenstein

  • and there was an introduction to the book that he wrote.

  • And it was like, sort of an education

  • in why it's an important thing,

  • and how we learn about ourselves through our fears.

  • So it was kind of amazing to have Guillermo as a guide

  • in this new world, and it was really cool.

  • - [Chris] Excellent. What is your name?

  • - [Voiceover] My name is Katie.

  • - And what's your question?

  • - [Voiceover] My question is for Tom.

  • I wanted to know from your perspective,

  • how is Mr. del Toro different from

  • the other directors you've worked with?

  • What's unique about him?

  • - Well the first thing to say

  • is that we all got given

  • these extraordinary character biographies

  • when we received the script.

  • And it was a 10-page life story,

  • maybe even it was 15, I can't remember,

  • but it was the most incredible document

  • with my star sign, and my date of birth,

  • and the secrets that I don't want to tell anyone,

  • and what I like and what I don't like,

  • and a horrible time I had with my aunt