Guillermo Del Toro, Alfonso Cuarón and Alejandro González Iñárritu, the three Mexican directors who became a sensastion in 2006 with such films as Pan's Labyrinth, Children of Men and Babel, respectively, are offering themselves, along with two lesser-known directors, to Hollywood in a five-picture package worth as much as $100 million, the Los Angeles Times reported today (Monday). The two other directors in the deal are Cuarón's younger brother Carlos, the co-writer of Y Tu Mamá También, and Rodrigo García, director of Sony Pictures' upcoming Passengers. The Times said that Universal is the most likely buyer.