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David Harbour shares photo of him dressed for 'Hellboy' movie re-boot


UPI News Service, 09/14/2017 

David Harbour posted on Twitter a photo of him dressed in costume for his next project, a re-boot of the "Hellboy" film franchise.

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"Please allow [me] to introduce myself, I'm a man of wealth and taste... #hellboy," the "Stranger Things" star captioned a black and white photo of himself standing in front of a staircase.

The actor is shirtless and wearing a long overcoat. He has the anti-hero's signature claw on his hand and sawed-off head horns, as well.

Ron Perlman and filmmaker Guillermo del Toro announced last February they would not return for a third movie in their live-action Hellboy franchise.

Based on graphic novels by writer-artist Mike Mignola and featuring Perlman as the titular demon, "Hellboy" was released in 2004 and its sequel "Hellboy II: The Golden Army" hit theaters in 2008.

The movies co-starred Doug Jones, Selma Blair and the late John Hurt. The cast members also reprised their roles vocally in two direct-to-video, animated movies.

Harbour is taking over the lead role in the new, live-action installment, under the direction of Neil Marshall.


David Harbour/Instagram


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