Oscar-winning filmmaker explains his "scary, but not scary" approach to making the cult favorite film.
Hellboy predecessor Ron Perlman trolled recent comments that this half-demon superhero couldn't have sex (with humans).
Lionsgate will open 2019 with a superhero film, as the studio’s Summit imprint has dated “Hellboy,” featuring “Stranger Things” star David Harbour in the title role, for Jan. 11.
David Harbour tweets first look at title character in upcoming 'Hellboy' reboot; why it may not sit well with fans of Guillermo del Toro's beloved movies
The last time we saw red-hot lovers/demon warriors Hellboy and Liz Sherman at the end of 2008’s Hellboy II: The Golden Army, the duo were poised to embark on a whole new adventure: parenthood. Earlier this year, Mignola announced plans to reboot the film series originated onscreen by Guillermo del Toro, and starring Ron Perlman as the title creature. No Del Toro and no Perlman also means no Selma Blair, who played the B.R.P.D.’s resident firestarter Liz in the previous films.
Hellboy, the demonic comic book hero-turned- Guillermo del Toro film franchise, is poised to return to the big-screen, this time without the filmmaker at the helm. Millennium is in negotiations with producers Larry Gordon and Lloyd Levin for a new installment that would reboot and relaunch the property. Dark Horse Entertainment is also producing.
The third installment to the popular Hellboy series, starring Ron Perlman, is a no-go, director Guillermo del Toro informed fans Tuesday via Twitter. Del Toro has been very public for weeks that he was interested in doing one more superhero picture, following up on the 2004 original and 2008’s The Golden Army. “Hellboy 3 Sorry to report: Spoke w all parties.
In 2004, "Hellboy" was a modest hit. "Hellboy II" also did better with audiences, earning more money worldwide this time around. Given how superhero franchises are all over the place these days, one would expect that there would have been at least two or three more "Hellboys" since then, but it’s been over eight years since "The Golden Army," and a third one has yet to have been made.