‘Hellboy’ Unleashes Footage On Comic Con Crowd; Star David Harbour Praises Practical Monsters – New York Comic Con
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A New York Comic Con audience got a first look today at next year’s Hellboy, with exclusive footage (not available online, and not an official trailer) proving star David Harbour’s onstage claim: Yes, Hellboy is a monster movie.

“There are a lot of CGI elements,” said Harbour, who plays the title character in director Neil Marshall’s new take on the comic and its horned hero, “but also a lot of practical stuff, like, crazy practical make-up.”

“And,” he continued, “there…


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