Stranger Things’ David Harbour is unrecognizable in our first look at Hellboy

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We knew a Hellboy reboot was on the way – with Neil Marshall directing – but this is our to start with glimpse at David Harbour as Massive Red himself. He is absolutely got that whole ‘angry and swole’ thing down.  

The image from Hellboy: Rise of the Blood Queen was at first tweeted out by Hellboy creator Mike Mignola and Lionsgate before long shared it far too. Harbour tweeted a distinctive impression – one particular with slightly fewer pores and skin on display – with the caption “be sure to allow me to introduce myself, I’m a male of wealth and taste…” a line from the Rolling Stones song Sympathy for the Satan. It was quickly deleted, but you can see it beneath. 

It is really absolutely a modify of glimpse for Harbour – who we are far more utilised to observing as the grizzled, perpetually pissed-off-seeking Jim Hopper in Stranger Things – and displays the darker sense Marshall needs to deliver to the reboot.

“Neil [Marshall] claimed from the really beginning that he needed to walk a razor’s edge in between horror and comic book film, which was music to my ears, because that’s what I was shooting for in the script, and precisely what [Mike] Mignola does so very well with the comics,” claimed writer Andrew Cosby.

“I just can’t really converse about specifics with regard to the tale, which they’re preserving a fairly limited lid on at the instant,” claimed Cosby, “but I can say that this is a darker, far more ugly variation of Hellboy.”

Hellboy: Rise of the Blood Queen is scheduled for upcoming year, and will also star Milla Jovovich.

Picture: Lionsgate

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