First Hellboy II: The Golden Army TV Spot

May 25, 2008

Hellboy II: The Golden Army TV Spot

The first (of hopefully man) TV spots for Guillermo del Toro's upcoming Hellboy II: The Golden Army has arrived. You might have already seen this last week, but if not, here you go. It's definitely a great compliment to the Hobbit discussion with Guillermo that we posted earlier today as well. I'm still looking forward to Hellboy II quite a bit, but it sits just below The Dark Knight and Wall-E, which might be a good thing because maybe I'll love it that much more in the end. This needs as much support as it can get to stand up against The Dark Knight, because I'm fearing this may become July's Speed Racer, which would be a very bad thing for Guillermo. Give it a shot!

Watch the new TV spot for Hellboy II: The Golden Army:

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You can also watch the TV spot for Hellboy II in High Definition on the Official Site

Don't forget to also check out the official website at HellboyMovie.com. The site features a whole plethora of concept art, production diaries, and more goodies for the true Hellboy fan.

Hellboy II: The Golden Army is both written and directed by visionary filmmaker Guillermo del Toro of Blade II, Hellboy, and Pan's Labyrinth previously. The film is based off of Mike Mignola's comic book series that was first published by Dark Horse Comics in 1993. Hellboy II arrives in theaters this summer on July 11th. Mark down that day in your calendars now!

Hellboy II: The Golden Army

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yup, looks cool, still wanting to see this more and more actually.

taurinh on May 25, 2008


Screw indy and the rest, Hellboy and TDK will rule this summer.

vic on May 25, 2008


cant wait, looks better and better.

Curtis on May 25, 2008


This movie looks great. Looks like a painting, just beautiful. Del toro gets better with each movie. I am really worried about this movie. I don't know that many people who liked the first one except for me, and some guys at my lcs. I feel Universal would have had better luck in Out, or Dec with box office.

Jesse on May 25, 2008


I did not like the narrator but everything else was good.

Xerxex on May 25, 2008


"You're weapon of choice?" Five-Fingered Mary!" No matter what this movie will kick ass.

Xerxex on May 25, 2008


This one will rockk. The first one was good, but this one looks awesome :D.

Yum on May 25, 2008


Jesse, you're right, I'm worried too... But I feel like the response was been overwhelming positive for this so far and it has a chance... albeit a very slim one. Just take a look at the comments for this trailer. So many people have been saying that this trailer has convinced them to now see this in the theaters. Universal just needs to do a really good final push come early July. They need to get people to see it opening weekend before The Dark Knight and then it'll continue to roll over during TDK as well... But it needs to have a hard hitting opening weekend!!

Alex Billington on May 25, 2008


so did any of you guys like...read hellboy or the weird tales? i guess you have to look at the comics and the movies as totally separate entities you know? not even the same characters otherwise i would just never stop throwing up

karl on May 25, 2008


You know what? I'd see this over The Dark Knight. I honestly think I would enjoy this film more. Rest assured I'd see TDK the following weekend, though.

Minic on May 26, 2008


Loved the first one, hope this one lives up to it, sequels are so often a let down!

Office furniture on May 27, 2008


I think it's a smart move on Guillermo's part to depart from the comics a bit. it's clear he's continuing to his wild imagination rum free, in the vein of Pan's Labyrinth. Much as I love Mike Mignola's work, I just don't think ANY of it compared to Pan's Labyrinth. Does anybody think this movie would've even been MADE if they didn't delay on giving him the Hobbit? I sure as hell don't think it would - but I'm sure as Hell glad it did!

Djo on May 27, 2008


This is gonna be great! Great poster, too! (And I loves me some Selma Blair!)

kitano0 on May 31, 2008

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