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Discussion in 'Movies' started by VirginiaHuguenot, Feb 18, 2008.
The Incredible Hulk is scheduled for release on June 13, 2008.
Oh yeah, I'm there!
"Puny man make Hulk mad!"
U no come - HULK SMASH.
I'm surprised there are no trailers yet. My son will be pretty excited about this.
We have all the classic Hulk cartoons on DVD. They're hilarious - from General Ross to the "Evil Genius simply known as The Leader". It seems like, back then, they didn't really have much time for a plot but had to have some story to go along with the animation. We also have about 18 episodes of the 90's Cartoon that's really good.
Best Bruce Banner/Bill Bixby quote:
In my best Elvis voice: Oooooo mama!
Is it just me, or does this computer generated Hulk look like Gumby to anybody else?
I used to work for a pizza place named for Eddie Murphy's Gumby character on SNL. Good pizza, bad example.
It looks like all of the shots of the Hulk there are from Ang Lee's film that came out in 2003.
I was wondering the same thing...
Yes this summer will once again be ruled by the sequel.
The month of May brings us Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, Dr.Jones had been on hiatus since the Reagan administration but decided to come back for one final whip cracking hurrah.
The following week will see the solemn final role of Heath Ledger as The Dark Knight will add the most anticipated edition to the Batman series since it began back in 1989, fittingly the Joker returns.
The Incredible Hulk is slated to try and capitalize on the super hero phenomenon and apologize for the lackluster one made four years ago.
Prince Caspian the next entry in the Narnia canon is set for a summer release as well.
These will be the summer blockbusters of 2008.
Looking ahead to 2009 the following summer flix are currently in production for your viewing:
The Adventures of Tin Tin
Jurassic Park IV
That's not a real trailer....
just a montage of the last Hulk, and clips of Norton, Liz movies.....I'm looking forward to this next one, and seeing the real trailer.
And don't forget Iron Man May 2nd I believe!
That was a jumble of clips from the 1st Hulk movie ... From the movie Fight Club ... and I'm not sure what the clips of Liv Tyler were from ... Defenitely not a trailer for the new one ...
I used to have nightmares about the incredible hulk when I was about 4; its scary
BTW, I might have it buried in my stuff somewhere but I saw Lou Ferrigno in the flesh as the Hulk about a decade before Daniel's nightmares. We were at Universal Studios in 1977 (or was it 1978) when our touring trolley stopped near some trees and out he walked in full green garb. I was 10 at the time and it was super cool to see him. My sister (then 4) was terrified.
James Leino (5) says: "Cool!"
edward northon where is Eric Bana. He did good in the 2003 version.
Bana was OK. I actually really like Norton as an actor.
wha? A bodybuilder in green makeup vs big, bad and brawling? no way!
Me, too - his intensity is more, I dunno, real...
Norton is probably my favorite actor. I dont watch many movies at all anymore, but when I was younger (both in age and spirituality) I used to watch everymovie to hit video. He did an excellent job in American History X and Fight Club, I wouldnt suggest either movie to anyone now because of thier sinfulness, however American History X does capture the racist mindset well.
Primal Fear is probably his greatest acting job ever, I am unsure as to the rating on that movie but I remember he blew me away. The Score was an excellent heist flick staring him and Robert Deniro.
Anyways, yeah he should blow Eric Bana's portrayal out of the water.
No way. I disagree. It adds to the "bringing the real cartoon to life" thing.
The Incredible Hulk Movie | Edward Norton, Liv Tyler & Tim Roth | In Theaters June 13, 2008
Is this movie picking up where the last one left off I wonder?
Was a huge Hulk fan many years ago and had a huge collection of Hulk comic books. Wish I had them back so I could give them to my son.
Comic Book Resources > CBR News: "THE HULK" - Loeb & McGuinness' New Marvel Monthly
No . . . this isn't a sequel, but rather a "reset". It's as if the events of the first movie never happened and the storyline never existed.
Didn't we already have an Incredible Hulk film just a few years ago?
Why a new one so soon?