Ron Perlman Uses Anchorman Meme to Hilariously Troll New Hellboy

Ron Perlman closely followed the next Hellboy of Anchorman . In the years leading up to the takeoff of comic books, but when they began to assert their popularity in Hollywood as a mere passing folly, Perlman starred in a pair of movies Hellboy . as directed by Guillermo del Toro.

The restart of Hellboy takes place this year and continues. it’s going to be a very different beast. Ron Perlman for the most part refused to comment on the case, except to express his disappointment at not having managed to make their third film and complete their trilogy. But recently, the actor went to Instagram to share a meme drawn from Will Ferrell’s classic comedy in 2004 Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy featuring the character Steve Carell, Brick Tamland. Above the image of his character, one can read “When you see the trailer of the new film Hellboy “. Below, one of Brick’s classic lines, “You’re not Ron,” is here to bring the joke home. Perlman had this to say in his legend.

“I would never be foolhardy enough to comment on this, so … No comments! (Although this shit is funny AF)”

who are interested in Ron Perlman on social media probably know that he’s not afraid to say what he thinks. But when it was the restart of Hellboy for various reasons, he largely remained silent, even though he clearly has a lot to say . But instead, as Ron Burgundy would say, he chooses to stay smart and not to publicly criticize anyone ‘s project.

The original film Hellboy His retinue, Hellboy II: The Golden Army succeeds reasonably, according to certain measures, for his time. But the rest came mainly with a very high budget compared to the box office, although it is very appreciated. Unfortunately, Guillermo del Toro and Ron Perlman may have been too early a few years with these films. The two men were campaigning to obtain Hellboy 3 replenished until last year, when it was officially announced that Lionsgate would produce a restart. The studio felt that the audience would react better to something new and so, del Toro and Perlman finally had to give up their dream.

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Neil Marshall ( The Descent ) is the reboot bar, with David Harbor ( Stranger Things ) in the role of titular. This reboot is going to be very R-rated, with a lot of blood and adult-oriented chaos, which contrasts radically with what Guillermo del Toro would have done with his third film. But times have changed and Lionsgate thinks it can do better with a new version of the franchise. It will be necessary to see how moviegoers will react when Hellboy will be released in cinemas on April 12th. Make sure you check out the same from Ron Perlman’s Instagram account below.

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