Mike Mignola Drawing Monsters

Mike Mignola, the acclaimed writer and artist behind the beloved Hellboy comics, is getting his own documentary.

Mike Mignola: Drawing Monsters is a new film which “tells the definitive story of one of the most influential and important comic book creators of all time,” and “includes never-before-seen interviews conducted with the legendary creator at his studio, drawing demonstrations, behind-the-scenes footage from comic book conventions,” and more. Check out the new trailer and learn how you can support the project below. Read More »

Hellboy 3 Comic Book

For the longest time, director Guillermo del Toro tried to get Hellboy 3 off the ground. The end of Hellboy II left the door wide open for a sequel involving Big Red (Ron Perlman) having a couple hellions of his own with his girlfriend Liz (Selma Blair), not to mention fulfilling his destiny as the beast of the apocalypse. Unfortunately, that project is dead, and this year’s reboot doubled down on that by leaving the franchise in the dust. But there was another chance for us to see that story play out.

Hellboy creator Mike Mignola recently revealed that Guillermo del Toro approached him with the idea of creating a Hellboy 3 comic book adaptation for fans who wanted to see the trilogy complete. But Mignola turned him down. Read More »

Hellboy Featurette

The celebration of Hellboy Day took place over the weekend, and with it came a new featurette taking us behind the scenes of Lionsgate’s reboot of the Dark Horse Comics property created by Mike Mignola. The new Hellboy featurette puts the focus on the comic material, touting more loyalty to the comics than Guillermo del Toro’s adaptation. Even star David Harbour (Stranger Things) is talking about how this movie is inspired by a specific storyline. Read More »

hellboy superhero

Mike Mignola, the creator of Hellboy, is far more involved with the upcoming Lionsgate reboot than he was in Guillermo del Toro’s previous Hellboy movies. Mignola is co-writing this script with Andrew Cosby and Christopher Golden, and in a new interview, he doubles down on the idea of the movie leaning more into the horror genre than ever before and says that the reboot won’t be like the superhero movies that are currently dominating the pop culture landscape. Read More »

Ed Skrein in The Transporter Refueled

In a possibly unprecedented win against whitewashing, Ed Skrein has stepped down from playing Major Ben Daimio in the Neil Marshall-helmed reboot of Hellboy.

The Japanese-American character had become a source of controversy when Skrein, a white British actor, was cast in the role last week. Criticisms of whitewashing mounted against the casting until finally Skrein announced on Monday that he has decided to leave the project.

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Batman: Gotham By Gaslight First Look

Have you ever wondered what it would be like if Batman took on the real-life serial killer, Jack the Ripper? Wonder no more.

This DC Universe Animated Original is adapting Hellboy creator Mike Mignola‘s and Brian Augustyn‘s Elseworlds comic book run with the upcoming Victorian spin on our favorite Caped Crusader, Batman: Gotham By Gaslight. You can watch a sneak peek of the new movie right now!

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Hellboy Reboot characters

Update 2: Deadpool villain Ed Skrein has joined the cast of Hellboy as one of the central characters. We’ve included the new details below.

Update: American Honey star Sasha Lane has been cast as one of Hellboy‘s central characters.

The Bureau For Paranormal Research and Defense will fight the creatures that go bump in the night once again in Neil Marshall‘s Hellboy reboot, now simply called Hellboy. Some new details have emerged about the comic book adaptation, including who’s a part of B.P.R.D. this time around. Abe Sapien is on the team, of course, but so is someone who can listen to the dead and a scarred military-type with a dark secret.

Below, get some new details on the Hellboy reboot characters.

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hellboy reboot

Yesterday, we learned that Lionsgate’s new Hellboy reboot film has dropped the Rise of the Blood Queen subtitle and will officially be known as just Hellboy. And perhaps that title better reflects director Neil Marshall‘s approach to the film, which comic creator Mike Mignola describes as being more in line with the original source material.

In a new interview, Mignola talks about his own (surprisingly limited) involvement with the upcoming movie, clarifies the film’s central character, and confirms the appearance of one of the comics’ most recognizable teams.
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hellboy reboot title

After the news broke that Milla Jovovich was cast in the Hellboy reboot as the Blood Queen, everyone started to notice Neil Marshall‘s take on the demonic superhero was no longer being called Hellboy: Rise of the Blood Queen. It turns out that the Hellboy reboot title is officially…Hellboy. Just Hellboy. As sweet and simple as you can get.

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Hellboy Reboot

The news of Hellboy: Rise of the Blood Queen remains bittersweet. The reboot landed a helluva team with Neil Marshall (The Descent) and David Harbour (Stranger Things), but it was also a reminder of the death of Guillermo del Toro‘s Hellboy 3. When it became clear the filmmaker wasn’t going to make his epic finale a reality, the demon’s creator, Mike Mignola, decided to move on with the reboot – which was originally envisioned as remaining in the world del Toro established on the big screen.

Below, Mignola discusses the Hellboy reboot.

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