With a mighty frog splash and a powerful clothesline, Hellboy dominated in his wrestling debut in Japan. But will he return for another match?
Mike Mignola’s signature creation is going to enter the ring in All Japan Pro Wrestling’s upcoming 2019 Summer Explosion: Final Battle.
Lionsgate’s home treatment of its R-rated reboot gets solid video and audio treatment, but the movie itself is sorely lacking in the story deparment.
Although David Harbour loved playing Hellboy, he doesn’t expect to get another chance to play Mike Mignola’s hero on the big screen.
While Hellboy’s reboot didn’t set the box office on fire, Lionsgate has higher hopes for the upcoming Blur-ray and digital release.
Hellboy creator Mike Mignola isn’t too worried about what critics are saying about the new Hellboy movie, he just wants fans to enjoy it.
On-set clashes between director Neil Marshall and two of the film’s producers in the troubled production might be the reason for Hellboy’s overwhelmingly negative critical reception.
Critics are saying in their Hellboy reactions that the reboot pales in comparison to the earlier films directed by Guillermo del Toro.
Harbour talks about portraying Hellboy and getting both his look and his moves down in a new online sneak peek.
With the newest trailer for Lionsgate’s Hellboy, there’s a lot of R-rated carnage and swearing to go around.
With its beautiful practical effects- mixed in with some CG for good measure- Hellboy is really looking good for its release next week.
Ubisoft’s beat-em-up game is getting some serious star power, as four characters from Lionsgate’s Hellboy film will soon join the fray!
Feast your eyes on a new photo of David Harbour as Hellboy and read director Neil Marshall’s comments on how the film will be different from previous installments.