In addition to the new release date and cool new poster, banner art has been released for the new Hellboy movie at the New York Comic-Con, which features a look at the characters from the movie.
It’s also thought a new Hellboy trailer might be dropping tomorrow as the movie will be a part of a panel Saturday at NYCC.
The film gets released April 12, 2019 directed by directed by Neil Marshall starring Stranger Things‘ David Harbour as the titular character, Milla Jovovich as Nimue the Blood Queen, Ian McShane as Professor Broom, Sasha Lane as Alice Monghan and Penelope Mitchell will play the role of Ganeida, an elder witch.
The film is said to be about Hellboy going to England, where he must defeat Nimue, Merlin’s consort and the Blood Queen. But their battle will bring about the end of the world, a fate he desperately tries to turn away.
Hellboy NYCC Panel
October 06, 2018, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Main Stage 1-D Presented by Verizon – Javits Center
Join stars David Harbour, Sasha Lane, Daniel Dae Kim, and Ian McShane, and comic book creator Mike Mignola to discuss the film. Based on the Dark Horse comic book, HELLBOY, caught between the worlds of the supernatural and human, battles an ancient sorceress bent on revenge.
Hellboy NYCC Movie Cast Interview
October 06, 2018, 12:45 PM – 1:00 PM
NYCC Live Stage – Booth 174 – Javits Center
Hellboy creator Mike Mignola joins forces with David Harbour (Hellboy), Daniel Dae Kim (Ben Daimio),and Ian McShane (Professor Bruttenholm) for a discussion about the cinematic reboot from Director Neil Marshall.
David Harbour previously spoke about Milla Jovovich as the villain.
“She’s super bad-ass! I watched some of her coverage, and I was like, “Damn, you know how to work a camera!” Harbour told Collider. “There are people that understand the camera, and I’m not one of them. Man, she would do certain things, and I would just be riveted and like, ‘Wow, you are so sexy and exciting and powerful and crazy! I don’t know how to do that. That’s amazing!’”
Ian McShane also previously teases the relationship with his and Harbour’s character.
“You don’t start with the birth of Hellboy… but the relationship between [Hellboy and Broom] is quite crusty. Does he trust his father? [Hellboy asks], ‘Why didn’t you kill me? I’m a monster.’ It’s a little bit of a psychological battle against Hellboy,” McShane said. There’s one important moment in [the film] when [Hellboy] sort of thinks he’s fighting his own people, the outsiders. So, he’s being used by the insiders, which is me, if you like.”