Two Hellboy's for the price of one as Ron Perlman dines with David Harbour

Although HELLBOY: THE GOLDEN ARMY didn't exactly light the global box-office on fire, there were always rumblings of a third HELLBOY film which would finish off the trilogy. After years of keeping that faint flicker of hope alive, HELLBOY director Guillermo del Toro organized a sit-down with Ron Perlman and Hellboy creator Mike Mignola to discuss the potential sequel, but sadly the result wound up driving the final nail in the coffin of HELLBOY 3. That was that, or so we thought. Just last month it was announced that HELLBOY would be jumping aboard the reboot train and that David Harbour (Stranger Things) would be playing the title character.

In order to ensure that there would be no bad blood between the orignal Hellboy and his successor, Patton Oswalt hosted a "detente dinner" with the pair. Look at these happy faces.

Not since Bill Clinton, Menachem Begin, and Anwar Sadat has there been such an epic summit yelding such a little result!...

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Patton Oswalt said that the dinner was a "smashing success" and David Harbour added that he would "follow these two into the gates of hell." While it's disappointing that we'll never get the HELLBOY sequel which we have long dreamed of, it's at least nice to know that the reboot seems to have the support of Ron Perlman. Under the working title of HELLBOY: RISE OF THE BLOOD QUEEN, the upcoming reboot will fall under the direction of Neil Marshall (THE DESCENT) and is being planned as a "darker, more gruesome version of Hellboy" which will be R-rated.

The HELLBOY reboot seems to be progressing along fairly well, in fact, David Harbour recently had his "right hand of doom" cast in the first step towards creating this new version of Hellboy.


Right Hand of Doom. 😈

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