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Oprah Winfrey pays tribute to late writer Toni Morrison; Clinton impeachment is FX’s next “American Crime Story”; Guillermo del Toro: “Do not believe the lies” about immigrants. (Aug. 7)

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Del Toro highlights plight of Puerto Ricans

Speaking at CinemaCon in Las Vegas, Puerto Rican actor Benicio Del Toro talked about the “complicated” political situation in his home country and spoke of the need for change. (May 3)

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Del Toro’s ‘emotional need’ to make movies

While “The Shape of Water” piles up trophies, director Guillermo del Toro says he doesn’t make movies for awards recognition, but because of “the emotional need to say something that matters to you.” (10 Feb.)

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Guillermo del Toro’s New Movie Is A “Fairy Tale For Troubled Times” (HBO)

The Shape of Water is sort of like “The Little Mermaid,” but in reverse and with a masturbation scene. That might not be the most helpful description, but it’s hard to categorize Guillermo del Toro’s latest film, The Shape of Water – a strange fairy tale that he himself admits is “a little bit deranged.”

The seeds for this movie were planted when del Toro was six years old, and he watched Creature from the Black Lagoon. Even though it was written as a horror film, young del Toro saw a beautiful love story. “It took me about 46 years to correct that mistake,” he says.

VICE News asked Guillermo del Toro to explain his process of creating a beautiful, bizarre love story between a woman and an aquatic creature.

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