"He's made no secret this is an English-language film that's very close to the sensibility of his Spanish-language films. I've always wanted to make a good horror film and there's no one at the moment in the world of Guillermo's equal, he added."
Los Angeles, April 27 - Actor Tom Hiddleston, who replaced Benedict Cumberbatch in in the upcoming horror movie Crimson Peak, says that the two share a cordial bond.

Cumberbatch was dropped out of the Guillermo Del Toro-directed movie, slated to release in 2015. Hiddleston said that his friend Cumberbatch didn't mind, reports showbizspy.com.

He's one of my best friends. It's as simple as that. It's a great script and I've been a fan of Guillermo del Toro forever. I think he's amazing, said Hiddleston.

He's made no secret this is an English-language film that's very close to the sensibility of his Spanish-language films. I've always wanted to make a good horror film and there's no one at the moment in the world of Guillermo's equal, he added.

The duo played officers in director Steven Spielberg's War Horse -.


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