Mike Mignola wants you to know that he's still very much up for Hellboy 3.
Ever see a supporting character on the big screen and think "It would be so cool to see the rest of their story?"
Sometimes it's better if the romance just sneaks up on you.
It's been five years since the release of Hellboy: The Golden Army. Fans of the hero are itching for Guillermo del Toro to make another sequel. Unfortunately, that's easier said than done. So what's keeping the brakes on the trilogy?
It's been four years since we last saw Hellboy on the big screen, but those behind the demon-do-gooder franchise say they haven't given up hope on finishing the proposed trilogy.
A potential third film in the Hellboy franchise may be stalled, but that didn't stop series star Ron Perlman from suiting up in the full make-up and garb recently. No, not for a new movie —it turns out the evil-fighting demon went to all that trouble to make a little boy's dream come true.
You remember summer camp, right? Canoes, cabins, maybe some s'mores around a campfire, and then you went home at the end of the week with bug bites and sunburn. Well, get ready to be jealous, because now kids in Portland, Oregon have a summer camp that teaches them to hunt ghosts like Hellboy.
This Veterans Day, it's important to recognize those great soldiers who have sacrificed themselves to make the world safer. In honor of the troops who triumphed over the Axis, we're taking a look at Hitler's most brutal superhero encounters. And there are a lot—it's practically a rite of passage for a budding superhero to take a shot at the Fuhrer.
It seems the age of prequels is upon us all. George Lucas (perhaps infamously) started it just over a decade ago, and now it seems to be in full swing. We have a prequel to The Thing just a couple of weeks away, an adaptation of The Hobbit (a prequel to The Lord of the Rings) filming and a prequel to The Wizard of Oz on the way. And who knows how many more are in development that we don't know about yet?
Source Code's shadowy organization, the one with the technology to send Jake Gyllenhaal bouncing around through time, got us thinking about all the crazy-cool government initiatives that the movies would have us believe aren't real—but I'm positive that someone's building giant arks in case of a Mayan apocalypse.