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Written by Ivan Radford   
Wednesday, 09 March 2011 07:37

Guillermo Del Toro has now officially declared his life-long dream project of adapting H.P. Lovecraft's At the Mountains of Madness dead, just after everyone started gearing up for a June start date. He's doing a film called Pacific Rim next instead.

Rather than being angry with Universal for not taking the risk on a $150million R-rated production or making a wisecrack about Del Toro saying yes to a Pacific Rim job (ho ho ho), here's something to help you get through this horrible news:



It actually works with any bad news you'll ever get, so you may want to bookmark this. Remember The Social Network not winning that Best Picture Oscar? How about the news that Sony have just put money into a project called "Peter Pan Begins"? 2011 could well end up being a bumpy ride - and we haven't even got to Transformers 3 yet.