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Old 04-30-2012, 12:00 PM   #166
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Old 04-30-2012, 12:03 PM   #167
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Old 04-30-2012, 12:03 PM   #168
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Old 04-30-2012, 12:06 PM   #169
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I thought Norton declined, not got the boot? It's been awhile, so the mind might be a little fuzzy.
I don't think it was either

I think Norton wanted to be paid like ... umm ... Norton.

The movie people decided that since 80% of the Hulk was going to be CGI that paying full price for a spot appearance wasn't financially sound.

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Old 04-30-2012, 12:17 PM   #170
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The one comment I'm seeing over and over is that Hulk is the star of the movie, and that Ruffalo has done the best work yet as Banner, that the CG characterization was great, and that they got the Hulk as a character right for basically the first time.
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Old 04-30-2012, 12:44 PM   #171
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I have a confession... I've already seen it several times...

It's pretty awesome. Completely met my expectations for the film. I only wish it were 3+ hours long.

They did a very good job of playing out each hero's little quarks and nuances. And they did an outstanding job at showing all the little bantering and fighting and ego friction between the heros too. I think that was the most enjoyable part of the movie, seeing the interactions between them. They nailed that to a tee with regards to the comic books. It felt like there was a lot more depth to most of the characters. Especially Hulk. Hulk really was one of the highlights of the film. I thought this movie did a better job at that than even the Incredible Hulk did.

Choreography was top notch. They actually fight like you'd envision reading the comics. Including some "combo moves" taking advantage of several of them. Several "Holy SHIT did you see that!?" moments that will have you grinning ear to ear.

Loki was great as the bad guy. I thought they did better at showing his sneaky pure evil side than they did in Thor.

It was a little over 2hrs, that felt like 15 minutes.

I don't see how anyone could be disappointed with it, from the hard core nerds to those with no comic book experience. Not without a few faults, which I won't give away. But overall probably the best comic book movie yet...
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Old 05-01-2012, 02:14 AM   #172
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Is Marvel Planning a Standalone Hulk Movie for 2015 After All?

It’s officially Avengers week, and fans aplenty are counting down the hours until the midnight reveal of Joss Whedon’s superhero team-up pic on Thursday/Friday at midnight. Not only is this the first time fans get to see all their favorite Marvel superheroes come together onscreen, but we’ll get our first look at Mark Ruffalo’s iteration of the Hulk. Early word on the film has had many singling out Ruffalo’s performance, and the Hulk character in general, as one of the highlights of the film.

Most critics and fans have been singing high praises of Whedon’s take on the character, yet when Steve asked Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige if a new standalone Hulk movie was in the cards, Feige claimed there were no plans at the moment. However, it appears the overwhelmingly positive reaction may have convinced Marvel to change their tune, because another studio exec recently said we might see a standalone Hulk flick as soon as 2015. Hit the jump for more.

First off, let’s go back to Feige’s response to Steve’s inquiry about a new Hulk movie:

“…Every time I see a good take or a good storyline or read some good pages, I think, ‘Oh should we make a movie about this?’ But with the Hulk we’re gonna play it very carefully. We had varying degrees of success on those first two movies, so we’re not gonna say, ‘Oh we did it! Another one!’ We’re gonna be smart about it and play it out. There are no plans right now to do another Hulk. Hulk might be just the special guest in Avengers movies, who knows?”

I was a bit surprised by Feige’s response at the time, mostly because I didn’t expect them to sign an actor of Ruffalo’s caliber and simply use him as a supporting player. Feige even went so far as to tell Huffington Post that they put “everything they had and everything they were going for into Hulk’s appearance in Avengers,” so he’s in the mindset of “mission accomplished at this point.”

Cut to an enormously enthusiastic reaction to Whedon’s Hulk, and now other execs at Marvel are seeing dollar signs. Speaking with Forbes (via The Playlist), Marvel Entertainment’s President of Consumer Products for North America, Paul Glitter, noted that they were “pleasantly surprised by the phenomenal response,” to Avengers Hulk, and hinted at what’s to come for the character:

“If the Hulk’s successful turnaround continues, Glitter says Marvel will ‘spin him off to a stand-alone [TV] program next year,’ supported by a big budget franchise movie in 2015.”

The Hulk TV series is already a project we’ve known about for quite some time. Guillermo del Toro and Battlestar Galactica producer David Eick have been working together to develop the original story of Bruce Banner in his mid-20s, and Jeph Loeb, head of Marvel Television, recently confirmed that the live-action show is in active development at ABC.

Marvel has yet to reveal release dates beyond 2014 (Captain America 2 and an Untitled Marvel Film are slated for early 2014), so this is the first we’ve heard of their plans for the deeper future. It’s important to note that Feige is in control of the creative side of the studio, so Glitter could very well have misspoken or jumped the gun. Still, I’ve heard nothing but great things about Ruffalo’s Hulk and I’d be more than happy to see him carry a film of his own.
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Old 05-01-2012, 11:33 AM   #173
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Is Marvel Planning a Standalone Hulk Movie for 2015 After All?

It’s officially Avengers week, and fans aplenty are counting down the hours until the midnight reveal of Joss Whedon’s superhero team-up pic on Thursday/Friday at midnight. Not only is this the first time fans get to see all their favorite Marvel superheroes come together onscreen, but we’ll get our first look at Mark Ruffalo’s iteration of the Hulk. Early word on the film has had many singling out Ruffalo’s performance, and the Hulk character in general, as one of the highlights of the film.

Most critics and fans have been singing high praises of Whedon’s take on the character, yet when Steve asked Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige if a new standalone Hulk movie was in the cards, Feige claimed there were no plans at the moment. However, it appears the overwhelmingly positive reaction may have convinced Marvel to change their tune, because another studio exec recently said we might see a standalone Hulk flick as soon as 2015. Hit the jump for more.

First off, let’s go back to Feige’s response to Steve’s inquiry about a new Hulk movie:

“…Every time I see a good take or a good storyline or read some good pages, I think, ‘Oh should we make a movie about this?’ But with the Hulk we’re gonna play it very carefully. We had varying degrees of success on those first two movies, so we’re not gonna say, ‘Oh we did it! Another one!’ We’re gonna be smart about it and play it out. There are no plans right now to do another Hulk. Hulk might be just the special guest in Avengers movies, who knows?”

I was a bit surprised by Feige’s response at the time, mostly because I didn’t expect them to sign an actor of Ruffalo’s caliber and simply use him as a supporting player. Feige even went so far as to tell Huffington Post that they put “everything they had and everything they were going for into Hulk’s appearance in Avengers,” so he’s in the mindset of “mission accomplished at this point.”

Cut to an enormously enthusiastic reaction to Whedon’s Hulk, and now other execs at Marvel are seeing dollar signs. Speaking with Forbes (via The Playlist), Marvel Entertainment’s President of Consumer Products for North America, Paul Glitter, noted that they were “pleasantly surprised by the phenomenal response,” to Avengers Hulk, and hinted at what’s to come for the character:

“If the Hulk’s successful turnaround continues, Glitter says Marvel will ‘spin him off to a stand-alone [TV] program next year,’ supported by a big budget franchise movie in 2015.”

The Hulk TV series is already a project we’ve known about for quite some time. Guillermo del Toro and Battlestar Galactica producer David Eick have been working together to develop the original story of Bruce Banner in his mid-20s, and Jeph Loeb, head of Marvel Television, recently confirmed that the live-action show is in active development at ABC.

Marvel has yet to reveal release dates beyond 2014 (Captain America 2 and an Untitled Marvel Film are slated for early 2014), so this is the first we’ve heard of their plans for the deeper future. It’s important to note that Feige is in control of the creative side of the studio, so Glitter could very well have misspoken or jumped the gun. Still, I’ve heard nothing but great things about Ruffalo’s Hulk and I’d be more than happy to see him carry a film of his own.
I think they should just leave hulk in avengers. Planet hulk would be great, but I think animated movie is enough.
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Old 05-01-2012, 01:34 PM   #174
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I think they should just leave hulk in avengers. Planet hulk would be great, but I think animated movie is enough.
I'd love to see a Planet Hulk/Joe Fixit Hulk storyline...

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Old 05-01-2012, 01:46 PM   #175
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It felt like there was a lot more depth to most of the characters. Especially Hulk. Hulk really was one of the highlights of the film. I thought this movie did a better job at that than even the Incredible Hulk did.
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Old 05-01-2012, 02:15 PM   #176
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I'll be testing my IMAX Digital edition tonight at midnight. I'm expecting good things, since I like Whedon's work.
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I'll be testing my IMAX Digital edition tonight at midnight. I'm expecting good things, since I like Whedon's work.
I noticed today that the Regal cinema near me is opening a brand new screen called RPX this weekend with the Avengers of course. I guess its a competitor to IMAX with a huge screen and digital sound.......I might have to check this out.


http://www.regmovies.com/rpx/
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Whoa.

Are you sure that's right? ZBecause the Spider-Man movies have made into the billions, worldwide at any rate.
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