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Hellboy's latest trailer for reloading brings blood and gore
 
 
Lionsgate films have released a couple of new trailers for the upcoming reload of Mike Minola’s classic Hellboy comic. The new trailers, the red-green band, give us a good overview of the plot of the film and give a much better feeling than the first trailer.

The film is a reboot of the film franchise, and the director of The Descent and Game of Thrones, Neil Marshall, led the project, in which David Harbor of Stranger Things became the title demon of the film. The new trailers outline what we can expect from the plot of the film, and cover some of the familiar bits of the Hellboy origin story. During World War II, Hellboy was called out from hell by the Nazis, who were looking for an advantage in the final days of the war. Instead, he was adopted by the United States and raised under the auspices of the Bureau of Paranormal Research and Defense, an agency designed to help repel paranormal threats.
 
This is one of those threats that Hellboy finds himself embroiled in: the sorceress, Nim, the Queen of Blood, has risen and threatens Thanos London - turning everyone into dust to do something evil. The story is based on a wide series of comics "Hellboy" - "Calls of Darkness", "Storm and Fury" and "Wild Hunt". Along the way, she turns to the demonic side of Hellboy, trying to get him to join her and fulfill his fate as the ruler of Hell.

The first trailer for the film debuted in December and did not inspire much confidence: he put Billy Idol's song "Mony Mony", which demonstrated Harbor's view on Hellboy, as well as Professor Bruttenholm (played by Jan McShane) BNR Agent Ben Daimio (Daniel De Kim) . But the trailer did not feel that he was really showing the film, which was announced as a hard-R film, not to mention Love Love Love, which the original comic has.

This first rough impression is not very good for the franchise, which is already skeptical of Hellboy fans who have long wanted the third installment of the series, filmed by Guillermo del Toro, featuring Ron Perlman as Hellboy. Del Toro wanted to complete his trilogy, but after a few years, interest in the franchise shifted to other options, which ultimately led to a reboot. Earlier this week, Harbor talked with Empire about this role, saying that he did not want to "imitate” Perlman’s views on the character, and noted that in this film Hellboy is younger. He's rougher. He is much more than a teenager. He really struggles with the idea of ​​whether he is a good person or not. ”

Both trailers, but especially the trailer of the red line, show a little more blood and blood, as well as Hellboy’s sarcastic humor. He feels more in line with the original comic, even if he doesn't look as if he has the same design and feel of the original del Toro films.

Hellboy hits the cinema on April 12, 2019.