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The Hellboy panel at New York Comic Con Saturday morning thrilled fans with their first glimpse at Neil Marshall’s cinematic reboot of the Mike Mignola comic book character — and the exorcism of the ghost of Guillermo del Toro.
A two-minute sizzle reel for the movie was shown to a wildly appreciative crowd, not least of all because star David Harbour made it clear before the footage aired that it wouldn’t be shared online. Fast-paced and filled with action, the movie showcased Harbour’s Hellboy as a witty, violent hero who has little patience for the supernatural world around him, or even the other members of the B.P.R.D. (Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense) who aren’t thrilled at working with him. “I thought we were supposed to be fighting monsters, not working with them,” says Daniel Dae Kim’s Ben Daimio at one point, only for the hero to point out that he’s not that impressed by the scarred warrior’s face either.
From The Hollywood Reporter: