David Harbour Kicks Ass in Second Trailer for Neil Marshall's 'Hellboy'

February 28, 2019
Source: YouTube

Hellboy Trailer #2

"Why do you fight for those who hate and fear you?" Summit + Lionsgate have debuted a badass second trailer for the new Hellboy movie, directed by Neil Marshall (of Dog Soldiers, The Descent, Doomsday, Centurion). This fresh reboot of the live-action Hellboy series re-casts the main role, with David Harbour playing the big red guy with horns and a stone arm. Hellboy is forced to work the B.P.R.D, cleaning up nasty paranormal bad guys for the government (in London this time). The primary cast includes Milla Jovovich, Ian McShane, Daniel Dae Kim, Sasha Lane, Thomas Haden Church, Penelope Mitchell, Sophie Okonedo, Brian Gleeson, and Kristina Klebe. They went all out on the violence this time, especially with an R-rating, and it clearly shows. Whether that makes it a better movie, we'll have to wait & see. I will say - this trailer is badass!! Love the music, the action looks killer. I'm still excited to see how this turns out.

Here's the second red band trailer (+ new posters) for Neil Marshall's Hellboy, direct from YouTube:

You can still watch the first official trailer for Neil Marshall's Hellboy here, to see more badass footage.

Hellboy Poster

Hellboy Poster

For more info and updates on this new Hellboy, follow @HellboyMovie or visit their official website.

Based on the graphic novels by Mike Mignola, Hellboy (David Harbour), a demon caught between the worlds of the supernatural and human, battles an ancient sorceress bent on revenge. This new Hellboy is directed by English filmmaker Neil Marshall, director of the films Dog Soldiers, The Descent, Doomsday, and Centurion previously, as well as a segment of the anthology film Tales of Halloween, and a few episodes of the latest "Westworld" and "Lost in Space" TV shows. The screenplay is written by Andrew Cosby and Christopher Golden, based on the Dark Horse comic books first created by Mike Mignola in 1993. Featuring music composed by Benjamin Wallfisch. Summit + Lionsgate will release Marhsall's R-rated Hellboy movie in theaters everywhere starting on April 12th coming up in spring. Who's planning to see this in theaters?

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Looks a lot better than the first trailer.

Tyler Raney on Feb 28, 2019


This trailer seems oddly familiar with certain events, #free energy #law of one

Agent T on Mar 1, 2019


Had some fun with this trailer, not great, but a lot better than the first trailer. Still kinda looks like a mess, but might end up being a guilty pleasure at best...

Enola on Mar 1, 2019


First trailer sucked but this one looked solid.

Jon Odishaw on Mar 1, 2019


Okay so it's got more blood, more profanity, but are we seriously not going to talk about how weird his FACE is? Just looks so....odd. I don't like it. It's overshadowing everything else for me. I know that's terrible to say, but it's the truth.

THE_RAW_ on Mar 1, 2019


I agree about the face. That was not done right. Like too many hangovers that exhausted him ...

shiboleth on Mar 1, 2019


This looks about as cheap as a major movie can look... from Hellboy's costume (face/hand of Doom) and the sets, some really subpar work because the script feels like it has the right tone. I dunno folks... really concerned. The fact that they redid that classic summoning ceremony from the Original Del Toro film and it literally looks like a high school play set... yikes.

Verithin on Mar 1, 2019


I never really got into Hellboy. No particular reason, just never hooked me. Del Toro is obviously talented as hell, and I love Perlman. The first movie was decent, but I thought the sequel was completely boring, even though visually it was interesting. This new version does nothing to really bring me in. I hope it's good, for those who are looking forward to it.

grimjob on Mar 1, 2019


Well, there are few things here that must considered properly. First, when Milla Jovovich is almost showing you her breasts and then says, 'you're meant for this', you need to work on your priorities. Then, there are two almost identical trailers which basically means that we can watch the same thing twice (and I did). And on the end, there's good old Hellboy somewhere hidden in this and I like it. It may not be as good as Del Toro's, but it still might be some fun ...

shiboleth on Mar 1, 2019


When I saw Jovovich, instant out. Not watching anything that ridiculous idiot is in. Much have had some budget constraints to wind up with her.

Mark on Mar 2, 2019


Visually, great. But dubious about all other aspects.

DAVIDPD on Mar 3, 2019

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