With a howl and a snarl, The Wolfman loses a space (from 1941's The Wolf Man) and gains a lot of bombast. Plus, look, it's in color now! You can read Cinematical's review of the movie, or you can hear about it from the actors and filmmakers themselves. We spoke to Benicio Del Toro, Anthony Hopkins, Hugo Weaving and Emily Blunt, and you can find out what they had to say about working on the film after the jump.
One thing that surprised me was Del Toro's love of Castle films and Aurora plastic models, which pegs him into the same horror movie lover that I was when I grew up. Hopkins was as feisty as a bear and ready to chop your legs off, Weaving was deliberate and methodical in his answers, just like Agent Smith, and Emily Blunt is pretty darned adorable, even though you expect Miranda Priestly to pop in at any moment and scream at her. Check it out after the jump.