Ilsa appeared in 's 2004 film , under the name Ilsa von Haupstein and portrayed by Bridget Hodson. However, before the resurrection ritual could be completed, Haupstein was attacked by Hellboy who burst through the roof of the castle. The kept a small piece of his soul in an she wore around her neck. The Nazis sought to use Rasputin to defeat the , but Rasputin knew this would never happen.
Rasputin succeeded at Cavendish Hall, but was ultimately thwarted. In the film's storyline, also having romantic feelings for Rasputin, Ilsa was granted eternal youth by the sorcerer to continue their work. Death Before she and Giurescu could be reunited, Haupstein was contacted by Grigori Rasputin's ghost. Ilsa was questioned concerning her death, but no formal charges were ever filed. The Giurescu Affair Main article: In 1994, in a failed attempt to release the Ogdru Jahad, Rasputin was killed by , the very creature that he had brought to Earth back in 1944. They enlisted him as their mortal agent in the world.
He tried again when he forced Hellboy into a confrontation with , but Hellboy destroyed her mortal form and Rasputin's ghost retreated. Haupstein was then told she was betrayed, and that Vladimir Giurescu, her lover, had been executed. Even worse, the key, serving as the massive stone right hand of an infant demon, was recovered by the. This needs additional for , as its only attribution is to. At some point she fell in love with him, and discovered that Giurescu was a vampire and could be healed from any ailment, through a specific ritual.
Recruited by Rasputin for the Ragna Rok project, Kroenen froze himself alongside Ilsa and Kurtz after the Tarmagant debacle, and resurfaced after the events at Cavendish Hall. Rasputin called forth the key to the from. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately, especially if potentially or harmful. Some time later, Hecate would find his aimless spirit and explain that he was nothing more than a pawn to the Ogdru Jahad. Rasputin, infuriated, attacked her and was virtually destroyed.
Unfortunately, Ilsa's success was short lived in which in 1933 she was physically impaired while completing a complicated dismount from uneven parallel bars. From this, Project Ragna Rok was born. Kurtz later attacked the severed head after he caught it discussing with Kroenen, Kroenen accidentally stabbing Kurtz while rushing to defend his old friend. He informed them that the fall of the Third Reich was upon them, and told them to cryogenically freeze themselves inside a castle in Norway until he needed their services again.
She used the stage name Biddy Hodson from 1983 to 2004 and her name Bridget Hodson from 2004 onwards. . Von Krupt viewed the project as a failure, and the team officially disbanded. He is played by Ilko Iliev in the 2019 film reboot. Kroenen ended up being incinerated by Varvara over his suspicions of her intentions.
Fortunately for her, the demon fell through the floor during a battle with Unmensch. Less than a year later, the saboteur was found dead. Von Krupt died six months after being committed to Eisenvalt , his corpse discovered to be infested with of unknown species or origin. Moved by sympathy for his old colleague, Kroenen allowed von Klempt to tempt him into disobeying Rasputin. Rasputin headed to the Arctic Circle in pursuit of a long-lost temple to the , while Haupstein, Kurtz, and Kroenen themselves until Rasputin needed them once again.
Please help by adding additional, reliable sources for. The Ragna Rok Fatal Destiny Project was one such. Ilsa was soon sent to study under Germany's top coaches, in the country's most advanced training facility, and subsequently becoming the best gymnast at the age of thirteen. If notability cannot be established, the article is likely to be , , or. Immediately, Ilsa set out to resurrect Giurescu using the vampire ritual that he had used so many times before so that they could be together again. She along with Kroenen and Kurtz formulated a plan to create a device to unleash the power of the.