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    'The Wolfman' Lon Chaney Jr. 1941

    First Look: Benicio Del Toro as the Wolfman

    See the Oscar-winning actor in full makeup for the horror movie remake. Plus: Rick Baker on the process of making him into a monster

    By Lindsay Soll
    Entertainment Weekly
    March 21, 2008

    It's been 67 years since the Wolfman first attacked the box office, but he'll be making a comeback next year in a remake by Joe Johnston (Hidalgo, Jurassic Park III). Fortunately for all you lycanthrope fans out there who just can't wait that long, EW caught up with the horror flick's makeup artist, six-time Oscar winner Rick Baker, for an exclusive First Look at how he's transformed star Benicio Del Toro into the famed beastly creature.,,20185191,00.html

    'The Wolfman' returns - 10/19/07
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    Some more photos:

    I think he kinda resembles Oliver Reed in 1961's Curse of the Werewolf -

    Looks to be great fun, though!


    • #3
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      This should be good. I've got the original Wolfman as part of the 6 volume monster legacy series DVD sets Universal put out a few years ago. I heard a remake of Creature From the Black Lagoon is also in the works.


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        The make-up looks very true to the original. I am extremely pleased. Hopefully the film will keep with the high standards of the original.


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          Originally posted by Barbossa View Post
          I heard a remake of Creature From the Black Lagoon is also in the works.
          Yes, this is true. I hope that they keep the Creature looking like our classic Gillman, as they did with our new Wolf Man.


          • #6
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            I can't wait until next year. the make up looks creepy.


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              well my fave movie is An American Werewolf in London, and i'm a huge fan of Rick Baker's work, so of course i cannot wait for this one to come out next yr, and Creature too. i have all the Universal horror sets they put out, well the 6 sets they put out. i have the busts too.
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                Very cool. And perfect casting!!!


                • #9
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                  yeah, looks good. I'm impressed. The picture with him standing over the guy....he looks a tad like Jack Nicholson in The Shining. haha


                  • #10
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                    It's odd that this movie is coming out in April. It would be better if it were an October release for Halloween. I guess they are releasing it in April so that it would be on DVD before Halloween - so they can make more $.


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                        Is this the one where when he becomes the werewolf he is an awesome basketball player?

                        Oh dang, sorry, thats Teenwolf.

                        The makeup looks amazing. Hopefully the whole movie is done very well.
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                          Aren't Wolfmen pretty low-fi to an audience used to Werewolves?

                          It looks great but the last movie that attempted a wolfman-type character was Wolf. And we all know what a disappointment that was.
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