‘Hellboy‎’ Reboot, Directed by ‘Crank’ Director Brian Tyler


After four years of hibernation, ‘Hellboy’ is rebooting again. It is understood that after the decadence of ‘Hellboy’ in 2019, the IP ‘Hellboy’ is about to be rebooted under the banner of Millennium Pictures and Dark Horse Entertainment. This time it will be directed by Brian Tyler, the director of ‘Crank’.

'Hellboy‎' Reboot, Directed by 'Crank' Director Brian Tyler | FMV6

This latest version of ‘Hellboy’ is tentatively titled ‘Hellboy: The Crooked Man’. According to the arrangement, the film will start shooting in September this year, in Bulgaria. It is worth mentioning that this film has nothing to do with any previous version of ‘Hellboy’, it is a completely new film.

The film is adapted from the comic of the same name, about Hellboy and an agent, in Appalachian investigation of paranormal events, and eventually discovered Hellboy that unpleasant memories of the past.

And the title ‘The Crooked Man’ is an arms dealer. In the war constantly provide weapons to the warring parties. As a result of making a deal with the devil, he gained immortality. And eventually became a huge villain, creating a lot of trouble for Hellboy.

The film has not yet begun the casting process, but according to the film’s start time, the casting process will soon begin. Given that the film is not the work of mainstream producers. According to media speculation, the film is likely to go directly to streaming media.

Previously, director Guillermo del Toro wanted to follow up 2004’s ‘Hellboy’ and 2008’s ‘Hellboy 2: The Golden Army’ with a third film in the original “Hellboy “Ron Perlman is back with a third film in the ‘Hellboy’ series, but in the end it didn’t work out because of budget problems.

But soon after the series’ producers Larry Gordon and Lloyd Levin began to plan a reboot of the project.

The first of ‘Hellboy’s’ two previous films was distributed by Columbia Pictures, while the second was co-distributed by Relativity Media and Universal Pictures.

The third installment in 2019, also known as the reboot ‘Hellboy’, was taken over by Lionsgate.

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