Sasha attended the Hellboy premiere in New York today. She looked kickass! I’ve added over 100 high quality photos to the site. Enjoy!
The new extended trailer for Hellboy has been released. It looks so good. Check it out.
Sasha was in attendance today at the 2018 New York Comic Con to promote Hellboy. She looked awesome and I’m hearing good things about the trailer (it hasn’t been released yet online). I’ve added a bunch of photos of Sasha from the event. I’ve also added missing photos from her most recent events to the gallery. Enjoy!
October 6 – New York Comic Con: Panel
October 6 – New York Comic Con: IMDB
UPDATE: Lionsgate/Summit’s Hellboy is no longer going in the busy post-holiday frame of Jan. 11 next year, rather will open on April 12. The first Hellboy from Guillermo del Toro was an April release 14 years ago opening to $23.1M at the domestic B.O. and ending its run at $59.6M.
Hellboy moves away from Fox’s Ad Astra, STX’s wide expansion of The Upside and Sony’s A Dog’s Way Home to a weekend where it’s up against Universal’s family pic The Voyage of Doctor Dolittle, Fox’s drama Breakthrough and Aviron’s After. Essentially Hellboy being away from older-guy sci-fi pic Ad Astra is the plus here.
PREVIOUS, Nov. 30, 2017: Lionsgate/Summit’s reboot of Dark Horse Comics’ Hellboy will hit cinemas on Jan. 11, 2019.
David Harbour steps into the devil’s suit with Milla Jovovich, Ian McShane, and Daniel Dae Kim starring. Neil Marshall directs a story in which Hellboy is caught between the worlds of the supernatural and human, battles an ancient sorceress bent on revenge. Hellboy will battle Paramount’s What Men Want starring Taraji P. Henson at the box office as well as Fox’s James Gray sci-fi thriller Ad Astra on that date.
Lionsgate also dated Kin, the crime thriller from directors Jonathan and Josh Baker for Aug. 31 next year. Unlike last year when the distributors sat out of Labor Day weekend, this is the second title to be dated on summer’s final weekend after Focus Features’ The Little Stranger. Pic’s logline is couched as “crime thriller with a sci-fi twist” in which a vengeful criminal (James Franco), the feds and a gang of otherworldly soldiers, a recently released ex-con (Jack Reynor) and his teenage brother (Myles Truitt) are on the run with a weapon of mysterious origin as their only protection.
I’ve taken some time and added some missing photos to the site of Sasha. These images include additional appearance images, film stills/behind the scenes, and photo sessions. Enjoy!
2017: Essential Water – additions
2017: Photo Session #017 – additions
2017: Photo Session #023 – additions
The Miseducation of Cameron Post: Stills – additions
Hellboy: Behind the Scenes/On the Set
Shrimp: Behind the Scenes/On the Set
Moses Sumney: Lonely World – Behind the Scenes
2017: June 06 – CFDA Awards – additions
2017: July 17 – Valerian Premiere (LA) – additions
2018: January 7 – WB and InStyle Post-Golden Globes Party – additions
Lionsgate and Summit Entertainment’s Hellboy reboot is going to miss the 25th anniversary of Mike Mignola‘s Dark Horse Comics creation by about a year, but the good news is that this new take on Anung un Rama will arrive early in 2019. Stranger Things star David Harbour takes on the title role in Neil Marshall‘s film, which also stars Milla Jovovich, Ian McShane, and Daniel Dae Kim.
As THR reports, Hellboy will arrive January 11, 2019. Currently, that puts the film in direct competition with Fox’s sci-fi/adventure flick Ad Astra starring Brad Pitt, Donald Sutherland and Tommy Lee Jones, directed by James Gray; and Paramount’s curious comedy, What Men Want, fronted by Taraji P. Henson. Those films will all be followed up by the highly anticipated Glass from Blumhouse and Universal the very next week, so we’ll see which one has the best legs and/or which film(s) shifts schedules.
Here’s Harbour’s take on the character and how the reboot will approach his story:
“There are things that I’m gonna do that are different. Hellboy is the same character from the comics and from what Ron did, there are certain things that are the same thing, but I do think that—I don’t know, there’s a different approach because I sort of highlight different things, I think, than Ron does. Ron sort of embraces this machismo in himself and in Hellboy, and I really like it and it’s super fun and it’s a super fun performance, but I think Hellboy has a certain psycho dynamic where occasionally he has to prove that he’s the lion, has to roar, and I think he struggles with his own masculinity. But I don’t think he needs that as much as maybe those other movies. I have a bit of a different take on his capability or his slickness. I sort of think that for me he’s a little less skilled at constructing that persona.”