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Wednesday, April 30, 2008

THE INCREDIBLE HULK trailer wrecks great havoc!

The Incredible Hulk with Edward Norton is a movie that I really haven't cared too much about. Due in part no doubt to my being among the minority that thought there was nothing at all wrong with the 2003 Hulk film. Personally, I thought that Ang Lee's approach to the Hulk and his world was brilliant and engaging. And that scene toward the end where Bruce and his father have their "meeting", the one that plays out like some bad community theatre performance, is one of my favorites from any comic book-based movie. I also thought the casting in that one was perfect, especially Sam Elliott as General Ross.

Okay well, after watching this new trailer for 2008's The Incredible Hulk (due in theaters on June 13th) consider me not only sold but very excited about this redo/relaunch/revamp of the Hulk's cinematic incarnation!

Looks like it's going to be not only faithful to the original Marvel Comics material but also a great homage to the television series (including the haunting "The Lonely Man" theme).

Mash down here for The Incredible Hulk trailer in Quicktime format!


Anonymous said...

I also thought that Ang Lee's Hulk was a good movie, I thought the story itself was fine, the cast was fine, the effects were fine, the only thing I really didn't like about the movie was the comic book panel transitions. I actually have the same feeling you've had with this movie, but with The Punisher: War Zone movie that's coming out later in the year, I felt the first movie with Thomas Jane was great and very accurate to the comics (even if the location of the movie and his family are different), and feel that it's way too early to do a reboot, I still feel the same way with Hulk, but I think Incredible Hulk will be a good movie. I just think that a movie franchise should be rebooted only if the series has totally derailed, like for example, the Batman movies (who can forget Batman & Robin), or the RoboCop Trilogy.