A new Hellboy reboot trailer is here, and it gives us a better look at David Harbour‘s new take on the big red demon. But does it do a better job of selling the movie than the last trailer, which left some people underwhelmed? You’ll have to decide for yourself. Watch the Hellboy trailer below.
Posted on Wednesday, February 27th, 2019 by Chris Evangelista
Good news for people who have been waiting for a naughty Hellboy movie! The Hellboy reboot is officially rated R. Further distancing itself from Guillermo del Toro’s wonderful and PG-13-rated adaptations, the new Hellboy from director Neil Marshall has earned itself an R-rating for lots of bloody violence and language. So maybe leave the kids at home.
Posted on Wednesday, December 19th, 2018 by Chris Evangelista
Remember Hellboy? He’s back, in David Harbour form. The Stranger Things actor takes up the mantle of the big red half-demon in a new take on the character. Guillermo del Toro already made two fine films about Hellboy, but now director Neil Marshall will try something different. After a long wait, the first Hellboy trailer awaits you below.
Posted on Wednesday, December 19th, 2018 by Ethan Anderton
Update: The first official trailer for the movie has arrived early, and you can watch it right here. Our original article follows.
This week will bring us the first trailer for the reboot of Hellboy with Stranger Things star David Harbour under all the make-up as Big Red. But before that, a new image from the film has surfaced that finally shows Hellboy alongside his teammates Major Ben Daimio (Daniel Dae Kim of LOST) and civilian Alice Monaghan (Sasha Lane of American Honey).
Check out the new Hellboy photo and find out more about the anticipated reboot below. Read More »
Posted on Monday, November 26th, 2018 by Ethan Anderton
Even though some footage from the upcoming Hellboy reboot played New York Comic-Con not too long ago, we still haven’t seen any footage from the Lionsgate comic book adaptation. Instead, our only glimpse at Stranger Things star David Harbour suited up as Big Red have come in the form of posters and images. One more Hellboy photo from the film has arrived to show off the latest incarnation of the unlikely comic book hero. Plus, director Neil Marshall has shared some new details on the project. Read More »
Posted on Tuesday, October 16th, 2018 by Chris Evangelista
Rumors of the death of MoviePass have been greatly exaggerated. Sort of. While the theater subscription service has gone through an extremely rough patch in the last few months, they’re still around – and so is MoviePass Films, the folks that brought us Gotti! The latest venture from MoviePass Films is a horror flick from The Descent and Hellboy reboot director Neil Marshall. Called The Reckoning, the film is centered in England around the witch hunts and the great plague of 1665.
Posted on Wednesday, September 26th, 2018 by Ethan Anderton
This is either good news or bad news for Hellboy fans.
Summit Entertainment has pushed back the release date for the anticipated Hellboy reboot starring Stranger Things actor David Harbour in the title role as the Dark Horse Comics characters. Originally slated to open in January 2019, the movie has now been pushed back four months to a date in mid-April 2019 instead. Read More »
Lost In Space is about to blast off for a whole new set of adventures on Netflix. The new rebooted series updates the classic sci-fi TV series, which tells the tale of the futuristic Robinson family who find their intergalactic mission dangerously off-course. A new Lost In Space trailer awaits you below.
Hellboy fans will have to wait more than a year to see Stranger Things star David Harbour‘s new iteration of the Beast of the Apocalypse. Lionsgate has just set the Hellboy reboot release date for 2019. Read on for the exact date and a quick recap of everything we know about it so far.
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Posted on Monday, August 28th, 2017 by Hoai-Tran Bui
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.