Daniel Dae Kim addressed the circumstances around his casting in "Hellboy."
The "Stranger Things" actor packs a punch line in the first preview.
Skrein dropped out of the reboot to avoid whitewashing an originally Asian character.
British actor Ed Skrein has stepped down from his role as the Japanese-American character Ben Daimio in the upcoming "Hellboy" reboot in hopes of giving "voice to inclusivity" in the arts.
Studios seem determined to whitewash Asian-American characters, despite the controversies and hits to their bottom line.
Each year, the San Francisco International Film Festival turns the city into Hollywood North, screening 150 indie and big-budget films, heralding 150 big-name and up-and coming actors, directors, and producers, and rolling out the red carpet for interviews and events.
. The speaker of the Louisiana State Senate. An agoraphobic starfish. Two copies of Playboy with their centerfolds torn out
Though Hellboy has always been relatively safe for a younger audience, its author always felt kind of iffy about having smaller kids read it, thus was the spark that lit the flame that is... Itty Bitty Hellboy.
The movie isn't quite on the horizon yet (so it goes). Director Guillermo del Toro originally hoped for a 2011 release but
Guillermo del Toro and Ron Perlman are game... A Hong Kong action star contracts RIGOR MORTIS... Brothers discover what's UNDER THE BED...
Perlman, who currently stars in FX's "Sons of Anarchy," said he'd do "Hellboy 3" if director Guillermo del Toro was on board
With Don't Be Afraid of the Dark, Guillermo del Toro finally got the chance to make the movie he loved as a child -- or, rather, the movie he thought he loved.
It's only Tuesday and already we've already featured several real-life horror stories on the Arts page, with the unfolding
Other than WALL-E, there haven't been many instant classics this summer, but Hellboy 2: The Golden Army is a movie I'll be happy to watch over and over again.
Despite some reservations of its own, The New York Press's "Hellboy 2" movie review says the movie hits the mark: There are