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David Harbour (Stranger Things) wears the red body paint and horns to play an all-new version of Hellboy, the demon who helps mankind battle supernatural threats. Director Neil Marshall (The Descent, Game of Thrones) takes the reins of this reboot, which is based on the original Hellboy graphic novels by character creator Mike Mignola.
Hellboy, whose demonic nature never quite sits well with his upbringing amongst humans, leads his team of paranormal investigators in battle against an ancient sorceress with revenge on her mind. Milla Jovovich, who has so often battled monsters in the Resident Evil movies, gets to be the villain this time out.
- Mark Stanley
- Brian Gleeson
- Nadya Keranova
- Maria Tepavicharova
- Ana Tabakova
- Milla Jovovich
- Penelope Mitchell
- Terry Randal
- Ian McShane
- David Harbour
Did You Know?
- In mid 2012, Ron Perlman once again endured the 4-hour makeup routine required to transform him into Hellboy - not for a sequel or other acting job but to fulfill the Make-A-Wish request of a six-year-old boy named Zachary who has leukemia. Creature effects house Spectral Motion, who had worked on the two previous Hellboy films, applied Perlman's Hellboy makeup (and later, also made up Zachary as Hellboy as well), so that Zachary could spend the day hanging out with his favorite superhero. Guillermo del Toro was so touched by this event that it inspired him to start production on Hellboy 3. However, the project was announced to be cancelled and this reboot's development started soon after.
- The Land Rover driven through London about 3/4 of the way through the movie has the registration YD17MRB. If you check this,it turns out it's on a motorcycle, a Triumph Bonneville Bobber.
- Hellboy: Some dads give their kids Legos.
Atom User Reviews
Hellboy 3 more like, what the hell did just watch.
thanks to tmobile only paid $4
Characters repeatedly yell jokes from offscreen or while their backs are turned to the camera. They are, almost without exception, not funny. And they’re indicative of a movie that feels like it was worked and reworked in the editing room almost to its literal death.
It's just lousy. Bloated, vastly less funny than it aims to be and misguided in key design choices even when it scores with less important decisions, the film does make bold choices that might've paid off under other circumstances. But these aren't those circumstances.
Between the overblown poor CG, witless dialogue and pervasive, numbing violence, the new Hellboy deserves its own special circle in Dante’s inferno.