Ron Perlman talks with 411Mania.com about his new movie The Mutant Chronicles, which opened in theaters last weekend. He also discusses his work on Hellboy and some of the animated projects he’s been involved with.
Perlman also stars as Clay in the FX TV series Sons of Anarchy (previously reported here), which has recently gone into its second season of production. And he’ll also be playing Elvis in Bubba Nosferatu, the sequel to Bubba Ho-Tep which starred Bruce Campbell as Elvis (Campbell declined to reprise his role in the sequel, although he gave his blessing to the project).
Elsewhere, Perlman has also been interviewed by IESB.net, IFC.com, and Gog.com has an editorial on the video game Fallout 2, in which game designer Chris Avellone reminisces about his experience working with Perlman:
Fallout 2’s development also contained its fair share of snafus that, despite the hectic pace of the schedule, made for fond recollections. “Ron Perlman threatened to kill me for how I wrote the end-game narrative text,” Avellone says, grinning. “It had some pretty horrible lines for any voice actor to try and say. I wasn’t there at the session, but the audio producer brought in mp3s of Ron Perlman threatening to kill me, my family, and I believe my dog, even though I don’t have a dog. It was pretty scary.
“To conclude the tale, I had to sit in on a voice session with him for Icewind Dale: Heart of Winter, but he didn’t know who I was. Then I had to explain he was going to be playing a transvestite dragon [in Heart of Winter], and I got that sinking feeling he would simply murder me for the hell of it.”
Other recent interviews can be found on the fansite The Perlman Pages.