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Things We Saw Today: John Wick Chapter 3 Has A Release Date!

John Wick Chapter 3 has a release date: May 17, 2019!

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My God, David Harbour Looks Perfect as Hellboy

Everyone was pretty sad—and we will all continue to be—when it turned out the next Hellboy would be a fresh start and switch out star Ron Perlman for Stranger Things' David Harbour. If there was one way to help soothe that pain, it was with this new image of Harbour in the role, looking extremely Perlman-esque.

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After Accusations of Whitewashing, Daniel Dae Kim Is in Talks to Replace Ed Skrein in Hellboy

After actor Ed Skrein left the upcoming Hellboy reboot amid criticisms of whitewashing, the movie's producers said they would "look to recast the part with an actor more consistent with the character in the source material." And it looks like they're actually following through on that promise.

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Hellboy Producers Thankfully Say They’re Taking a Cue From Ed Skrein’s Departure Over Whitewashing

Yesterday, we got an unexpected surprise: Actor Ed Skrein, who had recently been cast in an upcoming Hellboy reboot as Ben Daimio, abandoned the role due to whitewashing concerns rather than offer up any of the defenses we so often hear. Not only that, but in a letter explaining his decision, he specifically called for better casting in his place, and it looks like Lionsgate is going to listen.

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“I Must Do What I Feel Is Right”: Ed Skrein Steps Down From Hellboy to Fix Whitewashing

Deadpool actor Ed Skrein stepped down from his Hellboy role as the Japanese-American Major Ben Daimio. "It is our responsibility to make moral decisions in difficult times and to give voice to inclusivity," he says.

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Hollywood Whitewashing Strikes Again: Ed Skrein Joins Hellboy Reboot as Major Ben Daimio

Ed Skrein, whom you may remember as antagonist Ajax from Deadpool, was just cast as Major Ben Daimio in an upcoming reboot of Hellboy, starring David Harbour as the titular hero. There's ... a bit of a problem with this casting, as Major Daimio is actually supposed to be a Japanese American character.

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Things We Saw Today: Yondu Met Mary Poppins, Y’all!

No matter how many iterations come out of it, this joke will never get old.

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I’m Not Sure How to Feel About This Hellboy Reboot Without Ron Perlman and Guillermo Del Toro

Hmm ...

Is it still a Hellboy movie if there's no Ron Perlman or Guillermo Del Toro?

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Things We Saw Today: Want to Read The Handmaid’s Tale? Your Library’s Got a Waitlist

Ahead of the Hulu series' premiere (April 26th!), libraries across the country are reportedly all out of copies of the book.

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Hellboy 3 Goes the Way of “Fetch”: It Officially Isn’t Happening

Guillermo del Toro wrote that after all the hopeful meetings and everything, "100% the sequel will not happen."

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Guillermo del Toro to Meet with Ron Perlman & Mike Mignola About Hellboy 3: “No Guarantee, But We Will Discuss”

Buzz about a third Hellboy movie has begun to circulate once more, thanks to the indefatigable Guillermo del Toro.

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The Determination of del Toro: A Brief History of the Highs & Lows of Guillermo Del Toro’s Career

Guillermo del Toro's assurances last week that we should hold out hope for Pacific Rim 2 gave me a little déjà vu. Not in a bad way, though—the man's resilience is commendable! So, we here at The Mary Sue decided to make a video history of del Toro's past promises and projects—the highs, the lows, and everything in between.

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Ron Perlman on Hellboy 3 Roadblocks: “We’re Not Iron Man, We’re Not the Marvel Movies”

Hellboy springs eternal.

Ron Perlman's single-minded quest to get Hellboy 3 off the ground continues.

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Ron Perlman Says He Won’t Crowdfund Hellboy 3

The whole "lonely hero" thing.

In an interview with Digital Spy Ron Perlman spoke briefly about Hellboy 3, announcing that while he had "no news" to share "there's always a chance." When asked if Perlman would consider crowdfunding the film, he replied that he isn't a fan of the idea.

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Things We Saw Today: Robot Don’t Like Walking. Robot Don’t Want To Do That.

Robot will destroy humanity. Stop laughing.

These adorable robots really hate opening doors. And grabbing things. And walking. And, you know, generally staying upright. Just watch and imagine them throwing a tantrum in a grocery store aisle next to you. Frightening, right?

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Pull It Together: Secret Six is Back!

We've got issues. Lots of issues.

Welcome to Pull It Together, where the goal is to narrow the SECRET SIX IS BAAAAAAACK

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Sequel Is an Art Show About Those Follow-Up Films We’ll Never See

No sign of Super Mario Bros. 2.

My friends, we are never going to see Natalie Portman as a grown hitwoman taking bloody vengeance on the mafia that failed to protect her mentor and guardian the moment he talked about getting out of the game. We're never going to find out what might have happened if the Goblin King returned decades later. And yes, we're probably never going to see a Hellboy III.

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Boy, Do We Wish The “Comic Book Super Drunk Hangout” Beer Existed Right Now

Because no one ever made superfriends by drinking milk.

It's been a long week already, and it's only Tuesday. Don't you wish you could pop open an antihero-themed beer named after Lobo or Wolverine and drink all your cares away? (That totally worked for them, right?) But in all seriousness, Butcher Billy's latest graphic design experiment is incredibly apropos to the characters he's working with, who aren't exactly role models but still manage to be everyone's favorite comic characters.

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Guillermo del Toro Describes the Hellboy 3 You’ll Never See & Updates Us on His Disney Haunted Mansion Project

This man needs a clone.

Like most creators, Guillermo del Toro likes to talk about the projects he's working on. But unlike most creators, del Toro works on no less than 2500 projects at once.

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Nerdy Knittings: All Your Favorite Nerdy/Horror Characters Made Out of Yarn

I need to learn to knit now...

Oxford-based Hannah Simpson sells knitted dolls based on her favorite nerdy and horror movies!

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