Note, this is not an exercise! Via social networks, Cinemax has just confirmed that it will feature Guillermo del Toro’s “Pinocchio,” a stop motion film that’s shaping up to be one of the movies of the year.
A month ago, Netflix confirmed that Guillermo del Toro’s (Kronos) new stop motion film Pinocchio would arrive on its streaming platform on December 9. Since then we have been waiting to know its release date in commercial cinemas and Cinemax was the first to confirm that it would get a co-starring film. Ewan Mcgregor, Ron Perlman You Cate Blanchett,
Via Twitter, the cinema chain shared the news with the following message: “Guillermo del Toro’s new film, Pinocchio, is coming to Cinemax. This November 24 you can enjoy the stop motion version of the acclaimed Mexican director,
that means everything Mexico will be able to watch the long-awaited film by the director of Pan’s Labyrinth and The Shape of Water in just two weeks, It will also be possible to view the work of select Mexican animators participating in the film by receiving a segment of the story at El Lambe del Chucho in Guadalajara, Jalisco.
Unlike the various versions of Pinocchio created by Disney, this time the story of the puppet who dreamed of being a real boy will appeal to A serious aspect similar to that of the original work’s author, Carlo Collodi., I imagine. Of course, with the seal of Guillermo del Toro (The Devil’s Backbone), one of the leading filmmakers in modern cinema.
“The apprenticeship falls on Geppetto. Pinocchio acts as a ship that delivers the true message: Why wait for something to be in your hands to verify its reality, when your heart indicates that it already is? Is it worth stopping our losses by taking advantage of the time we have in this world? Or, perhaps, our absence and feelings are the things that make us real. time is pivot”, noted Ral Godinez in his review for Sensacin Latum.
You already know, it’s better to mark your calendar or put a reminder on your cell phone for the next November 24, the date on which Pinocchio Cinemax by Guillermo del Toro will arrive in theaters After passing through the Morelia International Film Festival.