Pass out the cigars.
The Crooked Man–the upcoming Millennium Media remake of Hellboy–is moving closer to the start of production, and two more actors have signed on for the ride–just one day after Jack Kesy was announced as the new fan-favorite half-demon, according to a report on Deadline.
Adeline Rudolph (Resident Evil) will play Bobbie Jo Song and Jefferson White (Yellowstone) will portray Tom Ferrell in the new feature that will start shooting in Bulgaria in the next few weeks.
The reboot–directed by Brian Taylor from a screenplay by Hellboy creator Mike Mignola and Chris Golden–finds Hellboy stranded in 1950s rural Appalachia with a rookie BPRD agent.
While there, they discover a small community “haunted by witches–led by a local devil with a troubling connection to Hellboy’s past: the Crooked Man,” according to the synopsis.
Hellboy debuted in San Diego Comic-Con Comics No. 2 in 1993 before graduating to his own one-shot comics and miniseries. The crimson crusader has appeared in three live-action films–two starring Ron Perlman (2004 and 2008) and a 2019 reboot with David Harbour.
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