‘Hellraiser’ – Jamie Clayton Teases Her Sensual Take on the Hell Priest and the Intense Makeup Transformation [Video]

Hulu’s Hellraisera reimagining of clive barker1987 horror classic from the director David BruecknerWill debut exclusively on Hulu in the US October 7Which means we are only a week away from the return of the franchise. Jamie Clayton The new film stars the iconic Hell Priest, a fresh new look at the character played by Doug Bradley in the past.

Clayton explains in a new interview, “The film’s version of the priest is now a woman, taking on the burden of trying to compare the performance of the audience to Doug Bradley’s iconic portrayal of the character, who is regarded by fans as Pinhead. I am lovingly known. There is a sexuality to him. There is a grace, there is a beauty. And a hunger and a desire,

Jamie Clayton also talks about the intense makeup process that turned her into a Hell Priest for the new Hellraiser The movie – and the process of removing the complicated costumes.

“The makeup process was intense. I’ve never done prosthetics before, but I was in such good hands with Russell and his entire team. sierra russell I had the key. she will [transform] Me every single day, and Josh was always there… you know, sticking all the pins individually to the face piece while the head was coming off. But the process, depending on the day – depending on how many other Cenobites were operating that day, or how many practical effects were taking place – Makeup can take up to four and a half to six hours,

Clayton continues, “I had to be incredibly patient. I had to find something in myself that I didn’t know existed. I just had to learn to meditate and relax and see this incredible team of people every day.” Had to let me practice my craft. Once I was in it, once the neck piece was gone, I was in it for the duration of the day of filming.

“And then, to top it all off, it was another 30 minutes to an hour. Taking off the hands, the face, everything. It was always a huge relief to take that suit off at the end of the day.”

David Brueckner (the night house), who directed Netflix ritual as well as sections of the horror anthology of Bloody Disgusting v/h/s And south bounddirecting the relaunch of Hellraiser Franchise for Spyglass Media, set to be a Hulu feature film written by ben collins And Luke Piotrowski ,Siren, Super Dark Times, The Night House,

Hulu’s Hellraiser Some very Hellraiser things are rated “R”, including…

“Strong bloody horror violence and gore, language throughout, some sexual content, and brief graphic nudity.”

The project is being described as “a faithful, yet evocative re-imagination of Clive Barker’s 1987 horror classic”, and the best possible news is that Clive Barker is on board as a producer,

The ensemble includes Odessa Azion (“Fam,” “Grand Army”), Adam Faison (“Everything Gonna Be OK,” “Yes Day”), Drew Starkey (“The Outer Banks,” “The Devil All the Time”), Brandon Flynn (“Ratched,” “13 Reasons Why”), aoife hinds (“The Long Call,” “Normal People”), Jason Liles (“Steroscope,” “Stampede”), yinka olorunniff (“the transporter”), take selina (“Boss Level,” “Q8 Unleashed”), Zachary Hing (“Hi”), kit clark (“Leonardo”), with goran wisnjic (“The Boys,” “Timeless”) and Heem Abbas (“Succession,” “Blade Runner 2049”).

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