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Incredible Hulk set pics

Posted: Mon, 17th Sep 2007, 9:32am

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Marvel is busy having another go at the Incredible Hulk, following Ang Lee's disappointing attempt back in 2003. Rather than going down the sequel route, they've decided to reboot the franchise entirely and start from scratch, with Edward Norton replacing Eric Bana. Some set pics have recently surface showing some marvellously Hulk-crushed vehicles. Go check 'em out, then let us know what you think about the prospect of a new version of the Hulk!
Posted: Mon, 17th Sep 2007, 11:47am

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I have some very big difficulty with the latest Marvel movie... Hulk, daredevil and Fantastic four by exemple... NOt very good movies... I think a reboot o f the hulk rfranchise is a very good idea but they really need to work on the script this time....

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Posted: Mon, 17th Sep 2007, 12:03pm

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I guess I'm one of the few who really liked the Hulk movie, apart from the rather random asian cinema videogame big blob attack ending. It wasn't the best comic movie ever, but it was good for me. And I thought Bana was great.

But I'll go see the new one and see if they manage to make it better - or just have more action.
Posted: Mon, 17th Sep 2007, 12:35pm

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I enjoyed it - not getting technical or political it was just a fun movie. I also purchased the DVD smile

I like the idea of remaking it and making it better.
Posted: Mon, 17th Sep 2007, 12:51pm

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I'm with Sollthar - I thoroughly enjoyed the first Hulk movie, mainly due to Eric Bana's performance (is he ever anything but fantastic?). The ending, however, utterly confused me and left me very disappointed. Particularly the bizarre decision to let Banner's dad wander in to see him - possibly the one thing guaranteed to set him off.

The final shot in the jungle was great, though. smile

Considering the odd gestation of the new movie (originally going to be straight to DVD, I think), it's remarkable that they've got someone of Norton's ability on board. Fingers crossed!
Posted: Mon, 17th Sep 2007, 3:02pm

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I hardly even remember the Hulk movie, but I'm definatly looking forward to this.

Norton is one of my favorite actors. Is it true he actually wrote the script?

Oh wait a minute, Tim Roth is in it too. Awesome!
Posted: Tue, 18th Sep 2007, 5:33am

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Hopefully I'll be able to see this in theatres. I liked the previous film, even if it had it's flaws, but it's going to be pretty interesting to see Norton in a role like this! And if Tim Roth is in it too, that's awesome smile
Posted: Wed, 19th Sep 2007, 10:36am

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I really liked Ang Lee's Hulk movie (except for the ending as mentioned before) as it had the feeling of a true 'comic' book movie with his visual approach to the subject matter. I am very excited that Ed Norton is onboard for the new Hulk film, even more as he's a big Hulk comic fan and has re-written the script.

"Hulk Smash Good!!"

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