Guillermo Del Toro Says THE HULK TV Show Is Inactive; Offers Up Update on HELLBOY 3
While chatting at New York Comic Con, fantastic director Guillermo Del Toro talked a little bit about Hellboy 3, as well as revealing that The Hulk television show he was working on is on a holding pattern.
With ABC and Marvel getting the S.H.I.E.L.D. television show going, a lot of people have been wondering whether we could see some movement on The Hulk TV show as well. According to Guillermo Del Toro, who chatted with MTV, there has been no movement on the project for the last eight months. He also said that Hellboy 3 is looking like a real possibility to get made, but all they are waiting on is financing. Check the video out below where he talks about The Hulk show, Hellboy 3, as well as a number of other things.
On The Hulk Show:
"Right now, all I know is we've been in a holding pattern for the last eight months. All The say is we're waiting on a writer, but it's been inactive. It's still there as far as I know, but there's been no action on it."
On Hellboy 3:
"Finlay all the culprits have agreed to try. It's very hard to find who will finance it. The Biggest chapter in the three movies is Hellboy becomes The Beast Of The Apocalypse. So we have been inquiring, but if you have a rich uncle that has 130-150 million dollars...."(laughs)
So there you have it. It looks like The Hulk project isn't dead yet, but it also doesn't look like Marvel is actively trying to get it done either. The good news is that if they can find a backer for the movie Hellboy 3 is a go. For the latest on all things Hellboy and Hulk TV show make sure to check back here at CBM.
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