How is failure managed? David Harbor needed the help of Ryan Reynolds during the premiere of Hellboy. All thanks to Green Lantern.
the actor of stranger things, David Harborhas granted an exclusive interview for the magazine GQ. In it he has reviewed her career in the acclaimed series of Netflix, which has recently come to an end. However, following the success of his character Jim HopperOffers began to rain down on the actor. One of them was the role of hell boy, the famous demonic detective. Unfortunately, the reboot of the franchise William of the Bull it failed to take off at the box office and was panned by critics. To deal with that failure, the interpreter turned to his friend Ryan Reynoldswho had experience in Green Lantern.
“The Hellboy movie was a very difficult experience for me, because I wanted to do great things with it. I really like the universe created by Mike Mignola and I love the character », said David Harbour, before revealing the advice he asked Ryan Reynolds to deal with failure. “Immediately after we started filming, even at the time of the announcement, I realized that people didn’t want the character to be reinvented. I was very naive and very optimistic about what we were going to do.”
The anecdote between Hellboy and Green Lantern
The day that hell boy was released in theaters and it became clear that it was going to flop, David Harbor phoned Ryan Reynolds. “I know him a little,” the actor from stranger things. “I called him up and said, ‘Hey, I just need to know something. Do you remember Green Lantern? That movie was a big flop for you. How the hell is that managed? Because I think the same thing is going to happen to me right now. Am I going to be okay? Will my film career survive?’ Apparently, the actor dead pool was very sweet in that respect and guided his colleague to manage the failure of hell boy.