Guillermo del Toro and Scott Cooper will Bring ‘Antlers’ to Comic-Con@Home

Supposed to have been release on April 17th but pushed back due to COVID-19, the Guillermo del Toro produced and Scott Cooper written/directed film Antlers will be discussed by those two esteemed film makers on July 25th at Comic-Con@Home.

According to a story by Deadline, the duo will be on hand to discuss, “how they designed the Wendigo-inspired monsters and their approach to the pic’s visual style”. The story of Antlers was adapted from the short story “The Quiet Boy” written by Nicholas Antosca (Hannibal, Channel Zero) and focuses on a middle-school teacher in a small Oregon town  who, along with her sheriff brother, become embroiled with her enigmatic student whose dark secrets lead to terrifying encounters with a legendary ancestral creature who came before them.

Comic-Con@Home is SDCC’s effort to still bring a fan experience to the pop culture crowd all while remaining in the (hopefully) COVID-free safety of your own home. The events run from July 22-26 and all are free to attend. You can find out more by heading to the website here: Comic-Con@Home.

In anticipation of the Antlers event with del Toro and Cooper, enjoy the latest trailer here:

Larry Dwyer
Larry Dwyer has been writing for Horror News Network since 2012. Catch up with him on Twitter at @LarryDwyer and read his in-depth bio on our About Us page.

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