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Ron Perlman says story for 'Hellboy 3' is epic and he's wants it concluded

According to on Tuesday, in an interview with "Sons of Anarchy's" Ron Perlman, the actor said he is indeed fighting for a "Hellboy 3" movie. The first two films were directed by Guillermo del Toro and now it appears that Perlman doesn't want it to continue forth, but rather the series be concluded as a trilogy.

 Ron Perlman attends the Relativity at 10 party at Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc on May 18, 2014 in Cap d'Antibes, France.
Photo by Michael Buckner

Perlman claims that del Toro had set the film up for a "huge resolve" and had been given a basic idea of what "Hellboy 3" would entail even though the actor isn't familiar with the particulars. It appears that as Perlman categorizes it as "epic" and since fans have stuck around for the two films already, it is thought that movie goers are deserving of the final chapter.

For those who aren't familiar with the "Hellboy" series of movies, it started off as a comic book as created by Mike Mignola. He's an artist and writer for the graphic novel and had coined the real name of the character Anung Un Rama, translated, "and upon his brow is set a crown of flame."

The character was discovered by the Allied Forces against Nazi Germany and works with a series of other bizarre creatures along with Professor Trevor Bruttenholm. As an employee of the government, Hellboy joins the Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense (B.P.R.D.) as he fights off occultist threats to the world.

In the first film, the main antagonist is Grigori Rasputin, played by actor Karel Roden, as he sought out Hellboy's Right Hand of Doom in order to use it to unlock the bounded Ogdru Jahad for the purpose of ruling the world. In "Hellboy 2: The Golden Army", an ancient but still living threat from the race of rebellious creatures attempt to eliminate humanity and become its replacements.

Perlman is all for the sequel and claims he'll never cease from "Hellboy 3" from being made.

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