Guillermo del Toro would choose Andrew Garfield for Netflix’s “Frankenstein”
Guillermo del Toro does not stop and after having won a Oscar for Best Animated Feature for “Pinocchio” the director is already looking for the cast for his next project.
The Mexican will make a new “Frankenstein” movie with Netflix, where it seems that the protagonist could be Andrew Garfield.
Sources close to Del Toro revealed to “Variety” that the film It will be based on the 1818 novel by English author Mary Shelley.
Even , the filmmaker changed his Twitter cover and placed an image where you can see the head of Frankenstein decorating the room of what looks like a house.
Furthermore, they explained that talks about “Frankenstein” are already in their early stages, where Andrew Garfield, Oscar Isaac and Mia Goth could be the headlines of this story that Guillermo has been developing for several years.
Now, thanks to contract that the Mexican has with the famous platform streaming, many of your projects will be able to come to light, projects that have taken him years like the award-winning hit movie “Pinocchio.”
the victory of Del Toro last Sunday marked his third Academy Awardafter two victories for “The Shape of Water” of 2017, who took home the awards to Best Director and Best Film.
Del Toro was also nominated in 2007 for Screenplay and Film in a foreign language with “The Pan’s Labyrinth” and again in 2022 for Best Film with Nightmare Alley.
Andrew Garfield and the possible cast of “Frankenstein”
It should be remembered that Andrew Garfield became famous thanks to his version of Spider-Man with Emma Stone and was Oscar nominee by “Tick, tick…boom!” Netflix, film he directed.
For his part, oscar isaac has starred in the miniseries “Scenes From a Marriage” and “Moon Night” Marvel, as well as “The Card Counter” and “Dune”.
And finally, Mia Goth is known for her work on the trilogy “X” from Ti Westwhat includes “X”, “Pearl” and the next “MaXXXine”.
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He also recently starred in “Infinity Pool” by Brandon Cronenberg, which premiered in Sundance.