Tag: Hellboy Reboot

First Hellboy Banner Teases The Rise Of The Blood Queen

For better or worse, Hellboy has been pried away from now Oscar-winning filmmaker Guillermo del Toro, and thrust into the capable hands of TV director Neil Marshall, who has worked on such shows as Game

Hellboy: Abe Sapien May Not Show Up In Rebooted Film

There's a new Hellboy in town, and he's played by Stranger Things' David Harbour. Yes, Hellboy is being rebooted, and while Ron Pearlman is upset he won't be making Hellboy III with Guillermo del Toro,

Hellboy: Guillermo Del Toro Reacts To Recasting

Filmmaker Guillermo del Toro is one of the filmmakers with a real trademark style and flare. It was that style that he brought to his two Hellboy films, and while he tried his best to

Daniel Dae Kim Replaces Ed Skrein In Hellboy Reboot

Cultural whitewashing and casting opportunities for Asian actors is a hot-button topic in Hollywood. Recently, two high-profile actors, Daniel Dae Kim (Lost) and Grace Park (Battlestar Galactica), exited CBS' Hawaii Five-O in June over a

Ed Skrein Leaves Hellboy Reboot Amid Whitewashing Controversy

If we had a nickel for every time the word whitewashing was mentioned over the course of a filming project, we’d be rich. But nowadays, it’s a very real concern. Slowly but surely, audiences are

David Harbour Reveals The Hellboy Reboot Will Not Be An Origin Story

Reboots are beginning to grow smarter. Or, at least, studios are getting smarter about their reboots. Traditionally, reboots return not just a story, but a character to their origin. Look no further than Batman Begins,

Hellboy Reboot Casts Its Blood Queen

Hellboy: Rise of the Blood Queen reboot is picking up speed, filling out its cast, and moving closer to production, for an expected 2018 release. We already know that David Harbour (Stranger Things) will star

Hellboy Creator Discusses His Involvement In The Reboot, The R-Rating, And A Cinematic Universe

Mike Mignola might not be the most well known name in comics, but he's up there. Early in his career, the writer/artist worked as an inker at Marvel on titles such as Daredevil, Power Man

Ian McShane Brings Intensity & Legitimacy To Hellboy Reboot

Ian McShane is a revered and accomplished British actor whose career dates back to the early 1960s. His breakout role came in 2000, when he played the amoral, serpentine mob boss, Teddy Bass, in Sexy

Hellboy Reboot To Be Darker And More Character-Focused

The Hellboy reboot, only recently announced, is moving forward at a pace that's probably faster than anyone expected, which is awesome news. According to TheWrap, principal photography for the reboot is planned for this September.