20 Years After Guillermo Del Toro’s First Hellboy Movie, I Think There Are 3 Ways The Trilogy Could Still Be Completed

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I can’t believe I’m actually about to type the following sentence, but here it goes. Director Guillermo del Toro’s Hellboy has officially celebrated its 20th anniversary. It feels like only yesterday that the world fell in love with Ron Perlman’s incarnation of Mike Mignola’s legendary Dark Horse Comics character. But with my memories of two of the best 2000s movies comes the resurfacing of a long-standing bone I have to politely pick with Hollywood.

It’s been two decades after that first movie’s release, and almost 16 years after Hellboy II: The Golden Army left us with an unresolved cliffhanger. After all that time, despite the little tidbits we’ve seen released into the world, I still want to know what happens next.

While there are several reasons a live-action incarnation doesn’t seem to be in the cards, there are also three ways that this trilogy could be completed. So let’s celebrate Hellboy’s past by trying to give him a future, shall we?

Ron Perlman stands shocked with Selma Blair behind him in Hellboy II: The Golden Army.

(Image credit: Universal)

Hellboy II: The Golden Army’s Massive (Unresolved) Cliffhanger



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