January 19, 2022

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Rupert Grint is a Cabinet of Curiosity a la Antologa by Guillermo del Toro

Rupert Grint is a Cabinet of Curiosity a la Antologa by Guillermo del Toro

Guillermo del Toro award-winning director continues to spin adaptation mountains of madness From HP Lovecraft, but other projects are already in progress. for example, Cooks a horror anthology for Netflix called Curiosity Cabinet (s Wonder Rooms) who already has a confirmed name: the name Rupert Grint, who was part of the movie saga Harry Potter In the role of Ron.

Rupert Grint Token by Curiosity Cabinet with del Toro

Guillermo del Toro is responsible for the supervision Curiosity Cabinet Accompanied by his usual colleague, c. Miles Dale. According to the first information released by Netflix, we are talking about a series of horror stories that will make up the anthology. from Tales full of magic, even gothic and scary storiesIt looks like this first batch of episodes will consist of 8 chapters. Two of them are original works signed by Del Toro.

According to reports from empireOscar winner for water shape I personally take responsibility for selecting the team of directors and writers Who will be responsible for giving life to each story in the collection. In the meantime, we are also waiting for you to enjoy in theaters Alley of lost souls, which debuted in theaters in Spain on January 28.

Del Toro’s locker of curiosity is full of horror stories

Rupert Grint’s name is not the first name announced to be part of the project. Curiosity Cabinet Also opening doors for actors of stature Tim Blake Nelsonwhich we saw guards, Such as Andrew Lincoln from the walking Dead. Alongside them we also find Issey Davis, Luke Roberts, F. Murray Abraham, Glenn Turman, Ben Barnes, Elipedia Carrillo, Hannah Galloway, Crispin Glover, Demetrius Gross, David Hewlett, Sebastian Roach and Peter Wheeler. We can also see Grint in Featured Back to Hogwarts.

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For the curious: Wonder Rooms Or cabinets of curiosity, they were pieces or furniture that could be found in noble and bourgeois European homes, where rare and exotic things were collected from all over the world. They were, so to speak, the “ancestors” of what would become modern museums.

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