The reboot of Hellboy, one of the most anticipated movies this year, was quick to spark a split reaction among fans and critics alike. However, star Milla Jovovich is not concerned about this critical welcome. Until now, she got rid of it, revealing on Instagram how much she was used to the bad reactions of her films. During his career, Jovovich has been part of many genre films that have found an audience and have the same hope of Hellboy.
"You work very hard to make something fun and entertaining and have to absorb the negative critics of movie critics, but hey!" she wrote. "THIS IS BABY SHOWBIZ", an affirmation punctuated by a smiling emoji, wearing sunglasses.
She has named some of her "most radical films" which have a sequel today, but which have been beaten by critics, including Dazed and Confused, The Fifth Element, Zoolander, Joan of Arc and Resident Wrong. "Whatever it is, each of these films is now a cult classic," wrote Jovovich. "EVERY ONE, SIMPLE." She then said confidently Hellboy "It will be too, mark my words", awarding credit to his "incredible" and "talented" teammates, to creator Mike Mignola and director Neil Marshall.
In theaters now, director Neil Marshall's Hellboy stars David Harbor in Hellboy, Ian McShane in Trevor Bruttenholm, Milla Jovovich in Nimue, Sasha Lane in Alice Monaghan, Penelope Mitchell in Ganeida and Daniel Dae Kim in Ben Daimio.
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