Look at what I came across. A non-scripted "Airliner Fantasy" scene created by director Louis Leterrier ("Now You See Me") for The Incredible Hulk. Come check it out!
After Iron Man, the next up and coming Marvel project focused on everyone's favorite Green Goliath. Trying hard to set itself apart from Ang Lee's original story have they succeded to make it stand out from the rest?
Huffington Post sat down with director Louis Leterrier to discuss his new movie, Now You See Me, but came away with some candid quotes detailing his issues with The Incredible Hulk and Clash Of The Titans. It's a must read! Check it out!
Check out this unused theatrical poster for Marvel's 2008 Hulk movie, featuring a transforming Edward Norton. It's definitely a throwback to the old Bill Bixby Tv series. Updated with some more posters..
There are already plans for "Thor" and "Captain America" movie sequels after next year's blockbuster-to-be "The Avengers", but despite a new TV series planned for ABC, will we get to see a sequel for the Hulk? And if so, when?
An incredible information about the Green Goliath, HULK.
Has Marvel always planned for 2008's The Incredible Hulk to become a tv show? I think the answer may in fact be yes.
The Incredible Hulk, is Edward Norton a big deal??
Apart of a bigger LA Times interview, Kenneth Branagh talks about Thor, and Anthony Hopkins's rumored set trouble.
HitFix got the chance to sit down with Edward Norton to discuss his upcoming film, and of course you know who came up. Check it Out
Let's take a look at these little additions and decide on their relevance in the Marvel movie-verse; If you know of one that's not listed we'll add it to the list!
Has the green gamma giant gone into permanent hiding?
Awhile back we reported on an interview where The Incredible Hulk's Edward Norton described his future with Marvel projects as "opaque." Here is the video of that interview...
The Incredible Hulk 3-Disc set contains plenty of extras, plus a digital copy of the film, so you can take the Hulk with you!
Get a bit of what's in the Incredible Hulk DVD in these two clips...
Many lucky geeks, like us, have gotten advanced copies of The Incredible Hulk DVD, and nerds the world over are searching for that Captain America cameo director Louis Leterrier promised was in the movie--or deleted scenes somewhere. Well, we got our copy, and we've searched and searched. So, where the hell is it?!!
With the release of the DVD fast approaching, we thought it was time to get a killer Hulk wallpaper out there for everyone to dress-up their desktop!
The LA Times hosted a live chat with Iron Man director Jon Favreau and opened it up to the fans. See what was asked and answered about many Marvel projects that Jon has been invoved with...
Hulk actor/writer Edward Norton is uncertain about Marvel's plans for the Hulk franchise and what his role will, or will not be. He says Marvel Studios isn’t giving him any indication they want him to reprise his role in either a solo sequel or team-up project...
In an interview with MTV News for his upcoming movie "Choke," versatile actor Sam Rockwell let out that he almost landed the role of Bruce Banner, a.k.a. The Incredible Hulk, or possibly The Abomination.
The Incredible Hulk DVD cover art has been released, but no release date or specs have been given as of yet. The art does reveal that it will be a 3-Disc "Special Edition."
Several movie news sites are reporting that the current Hulk film may not make enough to justify a sequel. Chime in on this issue by taking our poll and tell Marvel what you think.
Ang Lee's Hulk was heavy into Greek Tragedy. Now director Louis Leterrier has another thing in common with Ang, as he will also be delving into Greek mythology.
Pleased with the success of their Incredible Hulk reboot, Marvel is planning to redo it one more time, and will extend the "non-sequel" concept to their other properties!