The recent announcement that Hellboy was getting the reboot treatment, with David Harbour (Stranger Things) in the starring role, surprised many. The film is on the fast track, and is shooting for a release date that is sooner rather than later. It was a brazen move for the franchise, that had
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The Hellboy reboot is under way, and taking over the starring role of Big Red is David Harbour (Stranger Things). The film is shooting to reboot the franchise and make a film that is closer to the darkness and gore from the comics. Those that are wondering if the film will completely
Mike Mignola, creator of Hellboy and co-writer of the upcoming reboot film, recently revealed that the original plan was to finish the Hellboy trilogy. This was the plan even after the director of the first two films Guillermo del Toro left the franchise. But it was the addition of a new face and
With the recent announcement that although Hellboy will not get a third film with Ron Perlman and Selma Blair, the franchise is getting a complete overhaul. The studio is straying from Guillermo del Toro's dark fantasy vision, and aiming for an R-rated reboot. This news broke last week, but it appears that