Del Toro’s monster movie will be called ‘Still Seas’, according to domain names

Guillermo del Toro

Director Guillermo del Toro will begin shooting his monsters versus mechas movie for Warner Bros at the end of this month at the Pinewood Toronto Studios.

Excepted to be titled either “Pacific Rim” or “Still Seas”, it looks like an official name may have finally been decided: Still Seas.

On October 25, it appears Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. has registered three domain names for the movie including Still-Seas-movie.com, StillSeasmovie.com, and StillSeasthemovie.com.  

Although the owner’s name is hidden, the names are registered to DNstination Inc., the Whois privacy service provided by well-known internet brand protection company MarkMonitor, where the domain WarnerBros.com itself is registered.

Warner Bros. did register Pacific Rim domain names earlier in March like PacificRimmovie.com and PacificRimthemovie.com, also with MarkMonitor, however neither domain resolves to a web page.

It’s possible the StillSeas domains are nothing more than defensive registrations, but considering the purchases coincide with the shooting of the film, an official announcement may be released any day now.

Here’s a look at the WHOIS record for StillSeasMovie.com.

StillSeasMovie.com WHOIS record

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