Tag Archives: Ron Perlman
So imagine this: Your sleezebag tool of a brother secretly films you getting it on with a hottie and then, if that wasn't bad enough, sells the video to a local porn baron. Who then turns out to be said hottie's father. There's pretty much nothing that could make this a good situation, right?
Well, that's what you'd think. But thanks to the new trailer for "3, 2, 1... Frankie Go Boom," we now know just what the silver lining is: Ron Perlman in drag. Get More »
When inspiration strikes, it's time to take action. And that's exactly what Guillermo del Toro is doing.
The director was seemingly touched by Ron Perlman's recent visit to a charity function hosted by the Make A Wish Foundation for two "Hellboy" young fans (yes, Perlman was in full costume) to make their dream of meeting the comic-book character come true—so touched, in fact, that he's now hell-bent on getting a third film up and running, Total Film reports.
"I can say publicly that now we are together in trying [to do "Hellboy 3"]," the director mused. "We're going to make an effort to do it. I hope it happens." Get More »
Hellboy: Now more angel than demon?
Ron Perlman made a hospitalized child's dream come true as he visited the boy in full makeup as the wisecracking comic book character, according to Heat Vision.
Zachary, a six-year-old who's being treated for leukemia, had expressed to the Make-a-Wish Foundation his desire to "meet and become Hellboy." Spectral Motion, the creature effects house that brought many of the characters in director Guillermo del Toro's two "Hellboy" films to life, then approached Perlman, who "loved the idea and donned the makeup once more," according to the company's Facebook page. Get More »
The just-released trailer for Guy Moshe's "Bunraku" might raise more questions than answers. In a comic book-style world packed with buildings that constantly morph like origami, sword-fighting seems to be king. Or maybe it's kung fu. We're not quite sure.
The star-studded cast includes a mustached Josh Hartnett, dreadlocked Ron Perlman, drink-serving Woody Harrelson and hot-as-ever Demi Moore.
While most of the trailer focuses on fighting, or talking about fighting, we do get a glimpse into the story. Get More »
For the last few months, fans have been talking about little other than the upcoming kid-on-kid violence in the big screen adaptation of "The Hunger Games," which features teen heroine Katniss Everdeen fighting to the death against the brutal Cato, the vicious Clove, the hulking Thresh and the clever Foxface. But as deadly as those juvenile delinquents are, there's at least one bright side to the whole thing.
At least she doesn't have to fight Conan.
If you've ever wondered how teen Conan might have fared in "The Hunger Games," you need look no further than the brand new, ultra-violent, red-band clip from the upcoming "Conan the Barbarian," which shows young Conan participating in his own deadly type of games. Get More »
Anyone who thinks a modern reboot of "Conan the Barbarian" is going to be a watered-down, money-grubbing shell of its former self is in for a serious awakening. An awakening filled with the screams of a bulky warrior's sliced and diced victims, to be exact.
The official red band trailer for the remake popped up at IGN and gives a taste for the true mayhem in store. Like an Iron Maiden album cover come to life, director Marcus Nispel's ("The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" and "Friday the 13th" remakes) vision of the legendary character is chock full of fantastical landscapes, gritty battles and splatters of blood flying in every direction.
The movie looks cheesy as all hell, but when you watch it explode across the screen like a Jackson Pollock nightmare, it's hard to imagine it any other way. Get More »
It's been a few years since we've seen Josh Hartnett on the big screen - few people saw his decent indie drama "August" in 2008 - but the grown-up heartthrob appears to be back in the deranged-looking action flick "Bunraku."
Film Stage tipped us off to a promo reel that has debuted on YouTube.
The movie, which premiered at the Toronto Film Festival last year, takes places in a futuristic dystopia where guns have been outlawed and the people are run by a villainous man known as The Woodcutter and his gang of sword-wielding thugs. Hartnett plays The Drifter, a Clint Eastwood-type "Man with No Name" who comes to town to rustle some of The Woodcutter's feathers. Get More »