Fantasy Ron Perlman Fantasy Roles

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List of Fantasy movies/films with performances by Ron Perlman, listed alphabetically with movie trailers when available. These Ron Perlman Fantasy roles include starring, supporting and cameo appearances. You can sort these Ron Perlman Fantasy movies for additional information as well, such as who directed the films and when they were released. Over the years Ron Perlman has become known for playing characters in Fantasy movies, so this list is the perfect resource for finding some you haven't already seen.

This list contains movies like Blade II and Hellboy.

This list answers the questions, "What Fantasy movies has Ron Perlman been in?" and "What are the best Ron Perlman Fantasy roles?"

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Blade II is a 2002 American vampire superhero action film based on the fictional Marvel Comics character Blade. It is the sequel of the first film and the second part of the Blade film series, followed by Blade: Trinity. It was written by David S. Goyer, who also wrote the previous film. Guillermo del Toro was signed in to direct, and Wesley Snipes returned as the lead character and producer. The film follows the dhampir Blade in his continuing effort to protect humans from vampires. The movie received generally mixed to positive reviews, but became the best-reviewed and the highest grossing film in Blade series; it also introduced the cinema public to Del Toro's traits. ...more on Wikipedia

Actors: Kris Kristofferson, Wesley Snipes, Ron Perlman, Norman Reedus, Leonor Varela, + more

Initial Release: 2002

Directed by: Guillermo del Toro

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#52 on The Best Superhero Movies Ever Made

#48 on The Greatest Comic Book Movies of All Time

#44 on The Best Movie Sequels Ever Made

#14 on The Best Superhero Movie Sequels

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Bunraku is a 2010 martial-arts action film written and directed by Guy Moshe based on a story by Boaz Davidson. The film stars Josh Hartnett, Demi Moore, Woody Harrelson, Ron Perlman, Kevin McKidd, and Gackt and follows a young drifter in his quest for revenge. The title Bunraku is derived from a 400-year-old form of Japanese puppet theater, a style of storytelling that uses 4-foot-tall puppets with highly detailed heads, each operated by several puppeteers who blend into the background wearing black robes and hoods. The classic tale is re-imagined in a world that mixes skewed reality with shadow-play fantasy. Its themes draw heavily on samurai and Western films. Bunraku premiered as an ...more on Wikipedia

Actors: Demi Moore, Woody Harrelson, Josh Hartnett, Ron Perlman, Kevin McKidd, + more

Initial Release: 2010

Directed by: Guy Moshe

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Conan the Barbarian is a 2011 American sword and sorcery film based on the character Conan the Barbarian created by Robert E. Howard. The film is a new interpretation of the Conan mythology, and is not related to the films featuring Arnold Schwarzenegger. It stars Jason Momoa in the title role, alongside Rachel Nichols, Rose McGowan, Stephen Lang, Ron Perlman, and Bob Sapp with Marcus Nispel directing. The film had spent seven years in development at Warner Bros. before the rights were shifted to Nu Image/Millennium Films in 2007, with a clause wishing for immediate start on production. Lionsgate and Sony Pictures entered negotiations for distribution, with the film seeing many directors, ...more on Wikipedia

Actors: Morgan Freeman, Rose McGowan, Rachel Nichols, Ron Perlman, Jason Momoa, + more

Initial Release: 2011

Directed by: Marcus Nispel

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#26 on The Best Sword and Sandal Films Ever Made

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Elwood is a 2011 short fantasy film written by Louis Mandylor and Peter Lancett and directed by Louis Mandylor. ...more on Wikipedia

Actors: Ron Perlman, Laura Harring, Rachel Miner, Michael Rooker, Bruce Davison, + more

Initial Release: 2011

Directed by: Louis Mandylor