Hellboy adds The Vampire Diaries actress Penelope Mitchell – Yahoo Movies UK

The Hellboy remake just added another cast member.

This time, its actress Penelope Mitchell.

According to Deadline, the actress known for The Vampire Diaries and Hemlock Grove will be joining the upcoming Hellboy remake and now we even know who shes playing.

Penelope Mitchell has joined the Neil Marshall-directed reboot Hellboy: Rise Of The Blood Queen from Lionsgate and Millennium Films, they revealed.

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David Harbour stars as Hellboy who, along with his team of paranormal researchers, try to save the world from a medieval sorceress who wants to destroy humankind, they added. Mitchell will play the role of Ganeida, an elder witch who has decided that Nimues wrath has gone on for too long and must be stopped.

Of course, this new Hellboy casting news comes just days after Ed Skrein turned heads for bowing out of the production amidst claims of white-washing.

Who will take his place? That remains to be seen.

Either way, it sounds as though Hellboy is really starting to pick up the pace and with an expected release of sometime in 2018, its about time. Still, it sounds as though they might be heading in the right direction.

But will David Harbour top Ron Perlmans incarnation of Hellboy?

For now, well have to wait and see.

Hellboy will star David Harbour, Milla Jovovich, Ian McShane, Sasha Lane and Penelop Mitchell.

Neil Marshall will reportedly direct the film, based on a script by Andrew Cosby, Christopher Golden, and Mike Mignola.

Hellboy will reportedly head to cinemas in 2018.

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Hellboy adds The Vampire Diaries actress Penelope Mitchell – Yahoo Movies UK

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