Mania Exclusive: NYCC Incredible Hulk Interviews & Panel Comments -


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exfan 4/21/2008 2:10:09 AM
what is it the pictures ? don t tell me it s 2008 hulk look ! It look like a disney world attraction ! What is that s question ? RT: Since you grew up in France did you watch the The Incredible Hulk TV show? Are you kidding ? we grow up with bill bixby man !
Wiseguy 4/21/2008 5:40:14 AM
I jsut read a detailed account of the clip that was played at the NYCon. and I must say that I'm even more excited for this film. I had no idea that they were intoducing the supersoldier formula here, Blonksky actually fights the Hulk after taking it but before transforming and the final fight is about 26 minutes long, along with some other minor details. I know a lot of people seem to be discounting this film already but I think it's going to rock.
fft5305 4/21/2008 8:05:00 AM
This latest account of the NYCC coverage is the first time I've heard of the supersoldier formula being mentioned. Isn't that how the Hulk was created in the Ultimates universe? I haven't collected in years, so I've missed the Ultimate bandwagon, but as I understand it (and after having seen the Ultimate Avengers movie), Banner was trying to recreate the formula when he experimented on himself and made the Hulk. I can definitely see this working for the movie and setting the groundwork for Cap. Can't wait for this movie! Looks awesome!
irascible 4/21/2008 8:47:03 AM
He got the Hulk gig based on Transporter2? Gawd he is one lucky SOB! That movie is a steaming pile.
ultrazilla2000 4/21/2008 4:49:56 PM
I saw the trailer for The Incredible Hulk last night in front of Forgetting Sarah Marshall. EVERYBODY LAUGHED...!?!? Maybe the world isn't ready for another Hulk film after all?
Dazzler 4/22/2008 4:51:42 AM
I still hate the idea that Abomination is not a Soviet/Russian. They are not using anything from the comics it seems. They should have just renamed him and roll the dice on new creation. They could have made the new Hulkling Rick Jones which is comics approved, or use Sampson if they wanted a US army thing. Sloppy storytelling if you ask me.
captm0rgan77 4/22/2008 12:12:30 PM
Dazzler, I'm sure you're not alone in your opinion there, but I think I'd be safe in saying that on THIS comment board you might be outnumbered. IMO I like what Marvel is doing by creating it's own comic-hollywood universe and taking little tad-bits from TV, movies, comics, etc... I wasn't aware of this Frank guy who seems to have the most awesome job ever. I think it's a good thing that there is one guy involved in all of the Marvel movie projects. That way, like he stated, we'll get to see some continuity in all these movies without dampening the "non-fan" base so that the studios will allow it. It'd be cool to see the super-soldier formula making it's way in and out of other Marvel movies leading up to an all out Avengers Movie. It took Hollywood long enough to get the idea and to let the fanboys take the reigns. I'm just glad I'm alive to see it done right.
Wiseguy 4/22/2008 3:15:51 PM
cap. I think you're referring to Kevin Fiege. He basically took over Avi Arad's job once he left. And so far I think he has a better handle than Arad did on the Marvel Universe. Hopefully he'll get to see his vision through. But you're right, he has a great job but is always under the scrutiny of the fans.
joeybaloney 4/22/2008 8:58:48 PM
Wow. It seems like Marvel is really thinking ahead and treating these films as one continuity laying lots of groundwork for future films. The interview w/Feige has me really pumped. DC/Warner really needs to pay some attention here. >I’m a paragraph break< Dazzler, I hear ya & feel your pain. You just have to let it go. There’s no way any superhero comic is going to be adapted with out some sort of seemingly bizarre and pointless choice like that. I’m just glad that they are at least keeping a sense of continuity within the movie realms. Fiege does seem to have THE dream job. If only Marvel would do something about Quesada.


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