Marvel TV Shows May Be Set In Same Universe As Movies; More Details On Hulk CGI And Plot!

Marvel TV Shows May Be Set In Same Universe As Movies; More Details On Hulk CGI And Plot!

Marvel TV Shows May Be Set In Same Universe As Movies; More Details On <i>Hulk</i> CGI And Plot!

Confirming that the Hulk of The Avengers will indeed be the same one as the one in the planned TV show, it sounds as if the Green Goliath will definitely be all CGI on the small screen while Kevin Feige also hints at a shared universe...

IGN Movies have compiled some details from New York Comic Con which shed some new light on Marvel's plans for how their live action TV shows will link up with the movies as well as comments from Jeph Loeb and Kevin Feige on all that and more. Below are a few excerpts from their report, but be sure to click on the link below to read it in full.

-Loeb stated that the recent trailer for The Avengers was basically our first glimpse of the TV Hulk.

-Loeb says that Marvel will be pushing the technology to its limit. That apparently means that all the intensive CGI modeling and design work that is being done for the movie Hulk will be recycled for the TV version.

-Loeb says the series is a different take on the Hulk, one that will focus more on the relationship between Betty Ross and Bruce at the very beginning of the Hulk's existence (when Hulk is still unknown to the world at large).

-Now, this shared TV/movie universe idea seems to go against previous statements made by the Marvel brass. So we asked Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige about the matter last night. And he, essentially, said it could happen.


Pretty interesting, eh? The small screen adventures of these heroes will serve as a great way of introducing them to audiences and this could ultimately result in the likes of Carol Danvers (who is confirmed to play a role in A.K.A. Jessica Jones) making their way to the big screen! Mockingbird is also thought to have links to the movies in the form of S.H.I.E.L.D! Be sure to share your thoughts on all of this in the usual place.




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