Hellboy: Ian McShane, the film “surprise”
The new film is a change of pace compared to the previous franchise, and Guillermo del Toro, with McShane, who has said that the new film will surprise the audience. Speaking with the New York Times, McShane has praised the acting of the Harbour before revealing the situation bittersweet take on the role of Bruttenholm by the late John Hurt:
“Hellboy, yes, I think that will surprise many people,” he revealed McShane. “David [Harbor] is a wonderful actor... it was nice and bitter interpret [the Professor Bruttenholm] from a dear old friend of mine, John Hurt”.
The actor then reminded the fans that the films of Neil Marshall is a true reboot, not a continuation of the films of del Toro: “But that's not the part 3. Is a complete reboot of Hellboy, and I think they have chosen the right man in David,” reflects McShane. “It was a pleasure to work with him and to be in Bulgaria for three weeks, a country that I had never seen before. The freshest vegetables I have ever tasted. And the scripts are funny, smart and brilliant, and the action is fantastic, and I have grandchildren who love all this. Can't wait”.
The film is expected in Italian cinemas on 11 April.
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