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10 August 2017, 01:14 | Erma Lawrence
Report: MILLA JOVOVICH 'In Final Talks' For HELLBOY Reboot
Given that the subtitle of the upcoming "Hellboy" reboot is "Rise of the Blood Queen", the film may delve into the backstory of this particular villain, to be played by "Resident Evil" star Milla Jovovich. This time, Stranger Things'David Harbour will be taking the role of Hellboy.
There's no word yet on when precisely Hellboy: Rise Of The Blood Queen will hit screens, but it's understood that director Neil Marshall is now ramping up production having finished his work on the pilot episode of Netflix's reboot of Lost In Space. Deadline exclusively reported that "Resident Evil" star #Milla Jovovich is in final negotiations to star alongside Harbour as the #Blood Queen herself. Aron Coleite is working on the latest draft of a script by Andrew Cosby, Christopher Golden and Hellboy creator Mike Mignola. However, threatened by her volatility, other witches came together to stop her, cutting her body into pieces and hiding the segments around the world to prevent her reconstitution. Thus, the casting of Jovovich as a powerful villainess should satisfy fans, especially those who still see this Hellboy reboot as dubious.
Who is the Blood Queen?
The reboot will tell the story of Hellboy as he faces off Jovovich's character, who's described as a "medieval sorceress who seeks to destroy humankind". Filming is expected to get underway later this year.
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