New Red Band Trailer for Hellboy Goes Bigger and Badder
This latest trailer takes the epicness and bloodshed to the next level.
By Chris Morse
Earlier today, Lionsgate released a new red band trailer for its upcoming Hellboy reboot starring David Harbour and this one is bigger, badder, and bloodier than the last. When we first laid our eyes on this new take on the hellish hero, fans were split on the balance of humor versus the darker elements that were promised, but the footage was all-around well-received nonetheless.
The red band trailer, however, takes this film to the next level. Not only is there about one hundred percent more bloodshed this time around, but the new footage teases a much bigger scope overall, showing a wide variety of vast locations and battles. For those who felt some reservations before, hopefully this trailer helps bring you around. Did we mention it was pretty gory?
Also on display is a closer look at Milla Jovovich's Nimue the Blood Queen and her deadly powers, teasing quite an interesting dynamic between our protagonist and her. Hellboy does have some solid zingers throughout the trailer, but it definitely does a much better job pulling back the curtain on what's in store for this film. Give the trailer a watch above and let us know what you think!
The Hellboy reboot, based on the graphic novel by Mike Mignola, was written by Andrew Cosby and directed by Neil Marshall. Starring is Stranger Things’ David Harbour as the titular character, along with Milla Jovovich and Ian McShane. The film will be released on April 12th, 2019.
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