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Fans of the giant robot vs. giant monster movie >Pacific Rim have been waiting for a sequel for quite some time. The film was a worldwide hit and so a sequel seemed very likely. Everything seemed to be going smoothly until the movie seemed to crash into a wall.
As you count the days until Guillermo Del Toro's Crimson Peak hits theaters, feel free to join us as we run down the top 5 films in his career.
Although Hellboy 2 was the last we saw of the titular demon, it has now been revealed that a potential sequel could focus heavily on Hellboy's children.
One of the current “dream projects” for fans is Guillermo del Toro’s Hellboy 3. While there is a desire on the part of the creative minds to make the film, there seems to be little interest from the holders of the purse strings to finance it.
Ron Perlman’s mission to get Hellboy 3 made continues. In a recent interview, he teased the story for Hellboy 3, and if you liked the first two films, apparently you’ll be blown away.
It’s not clear what’s gotten into Ron Perlman’s craw this week but something has the man pushing gung-ho for that elusive third Hellboy movie. Now he’s at it again today and he’s letting fans know that he’s not giving up.
If there's anything out there with the power to resurrect the idea of making Hellboy 3, it's the power of the Internet! Ron Perlman, who plays the hulking cigar-smoking devil in the films, has taken to social media to get the fans involved. Could there be hope for this thing yet?
When you think Hellboy, you automatically think Ron Perlman, right? That wasn't the case with the studios who had the project in the beginning.
You think you're the only fan who wants Hellboy III to happen? Tell that to its biggest champion at the moment: Ron Perlman himself.
If you've ever been curious about why Hellboy 3 hasn't happened just yet, or if you just enjoy dreaming of the awesome sounding finale to the Hellboy trilogy, you're going to want to read this.
The ShockTilYouDrop story soon updated that Legendary’s Tull responded by saying “there are rights issues that would need to be sorted out for Legendary to get involved.” No word on whether these issues are something Tull thought would be worth his time however.
I'm sure I've mentioned it before, but I'm happy to mention it again: I love Guillermo del Toro's Hellboy movies. Each one is perfectly cast, (Ron Perlman as the title character is genius), the action in both films is fantastic, and the closeness between the director and comic creator Mike Mignola has served to satiate the fanboys.
"I wrote a part for him. He read it and if everything falls in place, Ron Perlman has a role in it written specifically for him […] Ron plays Larson, the sort of dog guy, the guy that cares for the dogs and the sled"
Guillermo del Toro’s passion for the Hellboy universe is well known. He’s so passionate about it he got two amazing Hellboy movies made, almost by sheer force of will alone
Apparently del Toro wants to keep Mignola around, even though he's now working with J.R.R. Tolkien's characters instead. Collider caught up with Mignola at last week's Saturn Awards, and he admitted that he's spent some time in New Zealand helping del Toro prep the movie