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Just one day after a report surfaced claiming the new Hellboy reboot will feature the Bureau of Paranormal Research and Defense (B.P.R.D.) and comic book characters such as Abe Sapien, Alice Monaghan and Ben Daimio, the Alice character has been cast. Sasha Lane, the 21-year-old actress who made her breakthrough feature film debut with last year's American Honey, is in final negotiations to play Alice Monaghan, who in the original Mike Mignola comics was a love interest for Hellboy (David Harbour). It isn't clear at this time how many more major characters have yet to be cast, but this diverse ensemble is coming together quite quickly.
The Hollywood Reporter broke the news on this casting earlier today, while also confirming a report from May that the Hellboy reboot starts filming in September. While it isn't clear who will play Abe Sapien or Ben Daimio quite yet, Sasha Lane »
“The Descent” director Neil Marshall is on board to helm. The new story sees Harbour’s hero squaring off against a sorceress who seeks to destroy humankind. The project will shoot in the U.K. and Bulgaria.
- Dave McNary
In 2004, we got Guillermo del Toro’s Hellboy and in 2008 we got the sequel, Hellboy II: The Golden Army. With the DVD market drying up, there wasn’t the funding for Hellboy III, but a reboot was put into production under the title Hellboy: Rise of the Blood Queen. All of this was fine. Neil Marshall (The Descent) was directing, David Harbour was on board as Hellboy, Ian McShane was his father figure Professor Broom, and Milla Jovovich was cast at the film’s villainous and eponymous Blood Queen. While she’ll remain villainous, she’s no longer … »
- Matt Goldberg
Don’t say we click-baited ya. Bloody Disgusting can confirm that Millennium Films and Lionsgate’s reboot of Mike Mignola’s “Hellboy” comics is no longer titled Hellboy: Rise of the Blood Queen and will simply be known as Hellboy. The Descent, Centurion, and Dog Soldiers Director Neil Marshall is behind the camera on the new incarnation that will feature “Stranger Things” star David Harbour in the title […] »
- Brad Miska
After years of portraying the heroic Alice in the Resident Evil franchise, Milla Jovovich will finally take a turn toward the dark side for Hellboy (formerly titled Hellboy: Rise of the Blood Queen). Deadline reports that the actress is in final negotiations to join the franchise reboot as the film’s villain, the Blood Queen.
The film marks Jovovich’s first major franchise role since the long-running Resident Evil franchise churned out its last installment earlier this year. Beyond parts in Rob Reiner’s Shock and Awe and James Franco and Bruce Thierry Cheung’s Future World, many had been speculating where the actress would pop up next.
In the comics, the Queen of Blood goes by several names, including Nimue and the Lady of the Lake, and is one of Hellboy’s fiercest archenemies. The British witch gained her knowledge of sorcery from Merlin, who she eventually betrayed, and »
- Justin Cook
Deadline are reporting that none other than Milla Jovovich is in talks to play the villain in the forthcoming Hellboy reboot, Hellboy: Rise Of The Blood Queen. If cast, Jovovich will play the title character in the movie, which is being directed by The Descent and frequent Game Of Thrones director Neil Marshall.
David Harbour is playing the red cigar-chomping comic book hero, taking over things from Ron Perlman, who played Hellboy in Guillermo del Toro’s two previous big-screen adventures. Ian McShane is set to play Professor Bloom in the new movie, a role played by the late John Hurt in Hellboy and Hellboy II.
Filming is set to start imminently on the reboot, with the movie looking to arrive in cinemas in 2018. The word on the street is that it is set to be an R-rated affair with limited use of CGI, a fact which is sure to please fans. »
- Paul Heath
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 as Hellboy, Ian McShane (Deadwood, American Gods) will play his adoptive father, Professor Trevor "Broom" Bruttenholm, and Neil Marshall (Game of Thrones, The Descent) will direct. Deadline is reporting that Milla Jovovich (The Fifth Element, Resident Evil) is in final talks to play the (supposed) villain, the Blood Queen herself.
Based on recent fan and media reactions, the R-rated reboot has been making all the right moves and generating a lot of excitement. So, this latest news is either spectacular or horrible, depending upon your love/hate for Jovovich's work. It's a fair concern, because she was great in The Fifth Element and A Perfect Getaway (a really taut action-thriller), but she was awful in Ultraviolet and The Fourth Kind. »
- David Kozlowski
Back in May, it was reported that a Hellboy reboot was moving forward at Lionsgate and Millennium with Neil Marshall (The Descent) in the director's chair and Harbour (Stranger Things, Suicide Squad) playing Hellboy, who was portrayed by Ron Perlman in Guillermo del Toro's previous two films based on Mike Mignola's seminal comic book series.
- Derek Anderson
The Hellboy reboot is moving fast. The project was first announced back in May, with comics creator Mike Mingola co-writing the script for director Neil Marshall (The Descent) alongside Andrew Cosby and Christopher Golden. The film has Stranger Things standout David Harbour playing the titular comics character, recently we learned that Ian McShane will be playing Professor Broom, and now the movie is zeroing in on its villain. Per Deadline, Milla Jovovich is in final talks to play the Big Bad in Hellboy: Rise of the Blood Queen, which will be an R-rated take on the comics character. … »
- Adam Chitwood
This shouldn’t really surprise anyone considering everything seems to be about cinematic universes these days, but Hellboy creator Mike Mignola is holding out hope that the upcoming reboot directed by Neil Marshall (The Descent) and starring Stranger Things‘ David Harbour as the titular superhero will launch a shared universe.
Speaking to The Verge, Mignola explained:.” It’s a very loose adaptation of one of the Hellboy graphic novels. When you have more books out there, you have a lot more to sift through. You can look around at how big the world is, and borrow pieces from here and there. You want to sell a larger world, but you have to pick and choose what goes in there. The challenge for us has been to not lose sight of the specific story, but suggest the elements of a larger story. My hope is that this introduces a lot of »
- Robert Kojder
7 August 2017 4:41 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
Lionsgate and Millennium’s project will star David Harbour as the demonic hero from the Mike Mignola comic books. Neil Marshall, the horror director who broke out with The Descent and won raves for his work on Game of Thrones, is on board to helm.
The new story sees the hero squaring off against a medieval sorceress who seeks to destroy humankind. Lane would play Alice Monaghan. In the comic books, Hellboy rescues Alice from the fairies that kidnapped her. She retains some supernatural gifts because of her time »
- Rebecca Ford
With Guillermo del Toro out, Neil Marshall (The Descent) has stepped in to direct an R-rated Hellboy reboot, which aims to be a dark, violent horror movie. Mike Mignola, creator of the property, is involved in the project, and he’s hopeful that it’s the beginning of a whole new universe. Speaking with Lrm Online, Mignola touched […] »
- John Squires
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 and Iron Fist, The Incredible Hulk, Alpha Flight, and even a Rocket Raccoon limited series. He also did some work at DC, including covers for classic Batman stories such as A Death In The Family, and co-creating Gotham by Gaslight. Even with his work at the Big Two, Mignola is best known for creating Hellboy and the many spinoffs including Abe Sapien, Lobster Johnson, and B.R.P.D., among others.
Mignola has been one of the driving forces behind the new Hellboy reboot starring David Harbour as the title character -- which has dropped the subtitle, Rise of the Blood Queen, according to IGN -- after being closely involved in the production of »
- Nick Doll
Author: Scott Davis
It’s been another stellar year for the superhero genre in 2017 with many of the films released having great success – Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 and Spider-Man: Homecoming has flown the flag for the McU (with Thor: Ragnarok still to come), while Warner Bros and DC Comics’ Wonder Woman has smashed records across the globe and has now become the biggest comic-book film of the year in the Us.
So what’s next? With the aThormentioned return of the Norse God, we will soon get the long-awaited Justice League in November with the team-up of Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, The Flash, Cyborg, and Superman. Across at Dark Horse Entertainment, however, they are gearing up for the return of everyone’s favourite horned anti-hero with the news that the new Hellboy reboot, Hellboy: Rise of the Blood Queen is a few weeks away from filming.
Now The Hollywood »
- Scott Davis
Ian McShane has joined the Hellboy reboot for director Neil Marshall. The Hellboy reboot, which is set to start filming in the U.K. and Bulgaria in September, is titled Hellboy: Rise Of The Blood Queen, and sees David Harbour take over the title character from Ron Perlman. More on the Ian McShane Hellboy news below.
Ian McShane will play Hellboy’s adoptive father Professor Trevor Bruttenholm in the forthcoming movie, which is based on the popular comic book series by Mike Mignola. The Descent and frequent Game Of Thrones director Marshall is helming, while Mike Richardson, Larry Gordon and Lloyd Levin are producing.
- Paul Heath
Harbour will star as the titular demonic hero from Mike Mignola’s comic books in the new film, titled “Hellboy: Rise of the Blood Queen.” McShane will play Hellboy’s adoptive father, Professor Trevor Broom.
The project is eyeing a September start and will shoot in the U.K. and Bulgaria.
McShane currently stars on Starz’s “American Gods,” which has earned him some of his best reviews of his career since toplining »
- Justin Kroll
The news of McShane's casting comes from THR, who revealed that the American Gods and Deadwood actor will play the role performed by the late, great John Hurt in Guillermo del Toro's Hellboy and Hellboy II: The Golden Army.
Back in May it was reported that a Hellboy reboot was moving forward at Lionsgate and Millennium with Neil Marshall (The Descent) in the director's chair and Harbour (Stranger Things, Suicide Squad) playing Hellboy, who was portrayed by Ron Perlman in the previous two films based on Mike Mignola's seminal comic book series.
According to THR, the creative team behind Hellboy: Rise of the Blood Queen is aiming to start filming in the UK and Bulgaria this September. »
- Derek Anderson
The upcoming Hellboy reboot, Hellboy: Rise of the Blood Queen, is moving right along. They’ve got Neil Marshall (The Descent) directing with David Harbour (Stranger Things) taking over the lead role of paranormal investigator Hellboy. Lionsgate is handling distribution, and now the rest of the cast is starting to fill out. According to THR, Ian McShane is signing on to play Professor Trevor "Broom" Bruttenholm. John Hurt previously played the role in Guillermo del Toro’s Hellboy and Hellboy II: The Golden Army. For those unfamiliar with Hellboy, Broom is the leader of the Bureau for Paranormal Research and … »
- Matt Goldberg
Lionsgate and Millenium Films’ reboot Hellboy: Rise of the Blood Queen will star David Harbour (“Stranger Things”) as the title character in a darker and more gruesome interpretation than the Guillermo del Toro films. Neil Marshall (The Descent) is directing, and another fan favorite TV actor has just come aboard. Via THR tonight, “American Gods” star Ian McShane will be […] »
- John Squires
The Hollywood Reporter brings word today that McShane, known for his scenery-chewing performances across Game of Thrones, American Gods and the John Wick films, has landed a prominent role in the upcoming Hellboy reboot, which is in development over at Lionsgate and Millennium.
Headed up by director Neil Marshall (The Descent, Game of Thrones), with David Harbour (Stranger Things) on board to play the titular, cigar-chomping demon, THR is reporting that Ian McShane has sealed a deal to play Professor Trevor Bruttenholm (or simply Professor Broom), Hellboy’s adoptive father. It’s another high-profile role to add to the actor’s growing collection, and McShane is arguably one of the few actors working today capable of bringing the necessary amount of gravitas to Marshall’s revival.
Story-wise, today’s report also included a fleeting piece of intel, revealing »
- Michael Briers
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