Hellboy: Two New Motion Posters Hit, New Trailer Tomorrow

It’s Hellboy week! That’s something I just declared right now, so it’s by no means official, but given what we’re getting from the film this week, it may as well be, right? So what am I talking about? Of course, I’m talking about the new Hellboy reboot starring David Harbour.

The film has not one, but TWO posters that have just hit the web. The first poster shows Big Red with full horns for once. In between the horns are the logo, along with the tagline “Demons have demons too.” Okay, that’s clever.

The second poster is actually a motion poster, and it comes courtesy of actor David Harbour himself from his Instagram account. It shows Hellboy raising a sword into the sky with his hand. A fiery lightning strikes, and other lightning bolts fill the sky around him. It’s cool, it’s badass, and I want to see this damn movie.

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At the very least, it doesn’t look like we’ll be waiting much longer. Harbour has confirmed we will be getting a trailer this coming Thursday, so we just have a bit longer until that happens.

The film already had its first trailer drop at WonderCon this year, but this will be the first legit mainstream trailer. Here’s hoping it’ll be as fun as the first!

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