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Hellboy Ii The Golden Army
Did Judd Apatow Write All This Summer’s Superhero Movies?
Instead of costumed meatheads, the superhero films of this summer delivered a singular message targeted directly at their comic-book fanboys: Grow up.
Selma Blair in ‘Hellboy II’: Finally, a Superwoman in a Superhero Movie!
Liz Sherman gets equal treatment but is definitely not just one of the guys.
apropos of nothing
Which ‘Hellboy II’ Creatures Deserve Their Own Spinoffs?
Which one of Guillermo del Toro’s wild menagerie will catch the public’s fancy?
Ron Perlman on Hellboy, Nicaraguan Cigars, and His Next-Door Neighbor Selma Blair
’[Selma Blair’s] so frickin’ quiet and keeps her curtains so frickin’ drawn! I wish I had juicy stories not only to impart to you but to keep me going on those cold, lonely nights.’
Could Seth MacFarlane Be the Best Thing About ‘Hellboy II’?
The idea of the ‘Family Guy’ creator playing an upright ectoplasmic German trapped in a pressurized suit cracks us up.
Guillermo del Toro on ‘Hellboy II’ and Impressing a Girl on a First Date
Del Toro talks to Vulture about his new film and the upcoming ‘The Hobbit’ movies.
the early-evening news
Great Moments in Movie Marketing: Hellboy vs. God
Plus: Movie critics matter, Harvey’s 1996 phone call, and James Lipton.
Playing Super-Devil’s Advocate: Which Superhero Movie Will Suck?
Which one will overcome its great trailer, smart casting, and expensive action to be a total dog?
Comic-Con: Mike Mignola on ‘Hellboy 2,’ Superheroines, and Guillermo Del Toro
A chat with the creator of this summer’s reddest, most cigar-chompin’ superhero.
Where Are the Roles for Superwomen?
This summer is shaping up to be the best one ever for superhero movies. Too bad the female characters have to watch from the sidelines.
‘Hellboy 2’ Trailer: Guillermo del Toro Visits Mos Eisley
Now that Guillermo del Toro is a “visionary director,” he can make all the freaky eyeless demons he wants.
Guillermo Del Toro Has a Richer-Than-Usual Fantasy Life
Plus quotes from Alan Rickman, Jake Kasdan, and Chaka Khan.
Guillermo del Toro on ‘The Orphanage,’ His Imaginary Friends
A flu-stricken Del Toro was kind enough to chat with Vulture about the movie’s prospects Stateside, his own embarrassing childhood memories, and, yes, what’s been going with