ODEON Magazine Issue 106 - September/October 2018 - Page 32

Hell hath no fury like David Harbour scorned! Inside view Tell us about your job... I’m ODEON’s Partnership and Promotions Exec. I work closely with the film distributors to create innovative film campaigns, including securing free gifts to add value to your purchase. I also collaborate with third parties to source new offers and promotions. What was the last film you saw at ODEON? Christopher Robin. It took me back to my childhood. Get excited for… The rebooted Hellboy We’re feeling hot, hot, hot about Big Red’s return When Hellboy creator Mike Mignola announced a Big Red reboot minus Guillermo del Toro and Ron Perlman, fans were outraged. ‘If it ain’t broke, why fix it?’ they argued. And del Toro’s Hellboy movies certainly weren’t broke. In fact, they were funny and cool with Perlman perfectly cast as the titular, kitten-loving demon. Time is a great healer, however, and with more than a year having passed since Mignola’s bombshell, e ven the most loyal devotees now seem to be looking forward to seeing the Great Beast in cinemas again. And they really should be excited... Director Neil Marshall is an influential name in the horror genre, while Milla Jovovich as Nimue the Blood Queen is a tasty prospect. Most enticing of all, though, is David Harbour as Hellboy. With Perlman himself giving the Stranger Things actor the thumbs up, this do-over looks hellishly good. Hellboy – out 11 January 2019 • Cowabunga dudes! A new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie is in the works 32 odeon.co.uk What’s your must-see list like right now? The Grinch and my all-time favourite, Mary Poppins Returns. Watch all the films you want as often as you like for one low monthly fee. Visit odeon.co.uk/limitless to find out more. SOPHIE MILLER ODEON, LONDON