5 items from 2017
Hellboy: Rise of the Blood Queen was announced not even two weeks ago, yet we already have our first promotional art for the upcoming reboot. The film will star Stranger Thing's David Harbour as Mike Mignola's creation, and will be written by Mignola, Andrew Cosby (Eureka), and Christopher Golden (writer of TV movies and two Buffy the Vampire Slayer videogames). The R-rated film will be directed by Neil Marshall (Game of Thrones, The Descent), who is touching up the script with Aron Coleite (Heroes, Star Trek: Discovery).
IGN has revealed the first promo art for Hellboy: Rise of the Blood Queen, which is simply beautiful artwork by Mignola, accompanied by the new title and the release date of next year. The artwork is currently on displaty at the 2017 Cannes Film Festical.
Sure, it's not even concept art of Harbour as Hellboy, and could literally be a panel from one of Mignola's books, »
- Nick Doll
A Hellboy remake is in active development according to the original creator Mike Mignola. Mignola took to Facebook to confirm earlier rumours that a new film would be on the way but this time original director Guillermo del Toro will not be directing – that duty will go to none other than The Decent and regular Game Of Thrones director Neil Marshall who will bring a rebooted version which will be R-rated.
Hellboy first debuted in literary form in San Diego Comic Con Comics #2, which was published in August 1993. The character is part of the B.P.R.D. – The Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense – and has so far featured in two movies; Hellboy in 2004 and its sequel Hellboy II: The Golden Army four years later in 2008, both of which saw Ron Perlman (Sons Of Anarchy, Hand To God) in the lead role. »
- Paul Heath
Con-drag-ulations Jerry O'Connell!
The 43-year-old actor got an extreme drag makeover at RuPaul's Drag Con in Los Angeles, on Saturday, giving rise to his new drag alter ego -- Anya Man!
O'Connell looked like he had the best time having his face made up by season seven RuPaul's Drag Race finalist, Ginger Minj. The two, who hadn't met previously, bantered about Drag Race trivia and O'Connell's Stand By Me co-star, Wil Wheaton, who was last year's Drag Con celebrity makeover.
During the panel, O'Connell revealed he and his wife, actress Rebecca Romijn, are big fans of Drag Race and watch the show together with their daughters, 8-year-old twins Dolly and Charlie.
O'Connell also spoke about growing up in New York's West Village around drag culture. "I grew up on 17th Street in Chelsea, just a few blocks »
It’s a girl for Felicia Day!
The actress and Geek & Sundry founder welcomed a daughter last week, she announced on Twitter Monday morning.
“Oh yeah Calliope Maeve has hit the world. Currently wearing a onesie that says ‘Bard in Training.’ #LessThanThree,” Day, 37, tweeted next to a photo of her baby girl’s tiny feet.
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Oh yeah Calliope Maeve has hit the world. Currently wearing a onesie that says "Bard in Training." #LessThanThree pic.twitter.com »
- Jen Juneau
Felicia Day is going to be a mom — in three weeks!
The Buffy the Vampire Slayer actress announced Tuesday on social media that she is expecting a little girl later this month.
“She’s coming in like three weeks so I guess I should announce this and stuff,” Day, 37, captioned a selfie in which she’s pointing down at her bare baby belly.
She shared the same photo on Facebook, joking, “Just so it will pop up in some stupid Fb slide show at the end of they year, I’ll post it here. So this is happening this month. »
- Jen Juneau
5 items from 2017
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