The Second ‘Hellboy’ Reboot Movie Wraps Filming

 

Just weeks after being announced, the latest Hellboy film has wrapped production. Sunday, Hellboy creator Mike Mignola revealed the production wrapped principal photography, which had been underway in Bulgaria. Though exact dates aren’t available, it’s believed The Crooked Man started in April, meaning the film shot for no more than seven weeks. Regardless, Mignola himself is already calling the project the most faithful Hellboy adaptation to date.

“I wasn’t on set for this one but they have been nice enough to send me dailies and I have to say I have loved what I’ve been seeing,” Mignola said in a post on Instagram. “If fans have been waiting for a Hellboy film that is actually an adaptation of one of my stories I think they are finally going to get one.”

The legendary comics creator went on the congratulate the filmmakers involved in the production, including Crank and Ghost Rider 2 helmer Brian Taylor. 

Hellboy: The Crooked Man has yet to set a release date or distribution method.

 

via ComicBook.com

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