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Guillermo del Toro’s “Peak” finds release date

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Legendary Pictures has booked the Pinewood Toronto Studios for filming Guillermo del Toro’s gothic horror film Crimson Peak. Filming is to begin in February of 2014, after del Toro has wrapped production on the pilot episode of his FX show The Strain. Confusion circled about the film’s title after it was revealed the studio time was booked under the name Haunted Peak, but Legendary assures everyone the film’s title has not changed, the title is only the one being used for the studio booking.

Crimson Peak is described as a gothic, haunted-house picture that tells the story of a young novelist who discovers her husband is not who he claims to be. The film will star Tom Hiddleston, Jessica Chastain, Charlie Hunnam, and Mia Wasikowsa and has currently been given an April 2015 release date. Not much has been revealed about the film’s plot, although rumors about a “supernatural blood debt” have been swirling around the horror community in relation to a possible premise.

While it has already been revoked, news of the title change did not sit well with many genre fans that are looking forward to the film. A title such as Haunted Peak feels a little to straight forward for a film that is trying to build a mystery as a part of it’s story. Thankfully the panic over the change was for naught and everything is moving forward toward what will most likely be a highly anticipated release. For more on Guillermo Del Toro, Crimson Peak and Legendary Pictures, return to!

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About Matt Delhauer

Matt Delhauer is a graduate of Ramapo College of New Jersey, with a degree in communications and digital filmmaking. As an avid fan of horror films since childhood, Matt has had years of exposure to the best, worst, and many in between. Outside of film Matt also holds knowledge in several fields of media and entertainment, from literature to television, which are all met with an eye for analysis and a love of entertainment. For more of Matt’s work take a look at his blog at or follow him on twitter: @MattDelhauer

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