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[29.11.2006] Moviehole meldet...
In an interview with Wizard Magazine, "Incredible Hulk" writer Zak Penn tells a tale of how his earlier loss (being rejected for the first 'Hulk') turned into an imminent gain (being hired for the second 'Hulk').
ComicBookMovie quotes the writer as telling the mag, "My draft of the first 'Hulk' opened with him already having transformed into the Hulk," explained Penn, who is also writing the "Ultimate Avengers" movie. "It opened with him at a roadside bar with these guys picking on him and him saying, 'Don’t make me angry. You won’t like me when I’m angry,' and then transforming, and then you flash back to reveal how it all happened.
"Part of the way that this 'Hulk' came about is that they went back and read my draft. They went back through all of the stuff that they had commissioned and said, 'This is more of the tone that we wanted.' So it doesn’t really require us ignoring the first movie, but that said, there's a lot of stuff in the first movie that I’m not even going to touch on."
And no, nobody has been chosen to play The Hulk yet. Hearsay has Carrot Top in with a chance, though.


[07.11.2006] CS! meldet...
Marvel Studios and Universal Pictures will unleash Marvel's renowned, larger-than-life green Super Hero onto moviegoers everywhere in summer 2008 as they have announced a June 27th release date for the action-packed, new big screen adaptation: The Incredible Hulk. The announcement was made today by Michael Helfant, President and COO, Marvel Studios and Kevin Feige, President of Production for Marvel Studios.
Directed by top rising star Louis Leterrier (Transporter 2, Unleashed), The Incredible Hulk will return to the roots of the long-running comic series, combining a well-developed storyline with incredible action and fun. Zak Penn, who previously collaborated with Marvel on X2 and this summer's smash hit X-Men: The Last Stand, is writing the script. The project is being produced by Avi Arad, Kevin Feige and Gale Anne Hurd and will be executive produced by Michael Helfant, David Womark, and Ari Arad. Marvel Studios is currently casting the project.
The Incredible Hulk is being independently produced by Marvel Studios through its $525 million, non-recourse film finance facility and will be distributed domestically and in several international territories by Universal Pictures.
Feige commented, "'The Incredible Hulk' will be the type of fun, high-octane event film people have come to expect from Marvel. We could not be more excited about this project and our summer 2008 prospects now that we have both our green goliath and our highly-anticipated 'Iron Man' set for release."
Helfant added, "We're very happy that Universal is distributing 'The Incredible Hulk.' We have a history together and this is a great opportunity for both Marvel and Universal to take the 'Hulk' film franchise to another level."


[18.09.2006] Bei SHH! beantwortete Regisseur Louis Leterrier die Fragen der Fans bzgl. "The Incredible Hulk"...

[19.08.2006] SHH! meldet...
[...] "Prison Break" star Dominic Purcell appeared on New York radio station WPLJ this morning and was asked by hosts Scott Shannon and Todd Pettengill whether he is up for the role of Bruce Banner/Hulk in Marvel Studios' The Incredible Hulk.
Purcell didn't confirm or deny his involvement but the tone of his voice is pretty much a giveaway that he is at least in talks. But don't take our word for it, you can listen to the clip yourself here!
If he does get the role, he would be replacing the first film's star, Eric Bana, a favorite of many fans who would like to see him continue the part in the follow-up. [...]


[20.07.2006] HollywoodReporter.com meldet...
Action director Louis Leterrier has signed on to helm "The Incredible Hulk" for Marvel Studios. Avi Arad, Kevin Feige and Gale Anne Hurd will produce the movie, which will return the monstrous superhero to his comic book roots. Arad and Feige first met with Leterrier two years ago and were struck by his passion for the Marvel Comics universe. It was that passion that shone through recently when -- after approached to gauge his interest in directing a new Hulk movie -- Paris-based Leterrier went back to his studio and, with the help of an artist, storyboarded two action sequences and developed a take on the monster. The script is being penned by Zak Penn, whose credits include Marvel's "X2: X-Men United" and "X-Men: The Last Stand." Ari Arad and Michael Helfant are exec producing the movie, which Universal Pictures will distribute domestically and in international territories.

[08.07.2006] Moviehole meldet...
According to a scooper on the Superhero Hype Boards, Marvel magnate Avi Arad talked to SFX Magazine about his plans for the new "The Hulk" movie.
Arad confirms in the interview that the sequel/remake/restart will be bringing back a couple of original characters from the first film, and that he’s still going to have a chat to Eric Bana about reprising his role as the green guy.
"...there will be a lot more of the relationship between Bruce and the Hulk. By now Bruce has more knowledge and we want to accentuate the love story", Arad says of the script. "...This will still be a movie driven by relationships.... But because we don't have to get into what brings about the Hulk, we can get right into a story and his relationship with Betty and General Ross. And Abomination."
Asked about whether Bana is returning - especially interesting considering the rumours flittering about at the moment - Arad said "Maybe. We’ll talk".
Though Arad has been suggesting this is a bit of a "do over", signalling a possible remake and complete casting overhaul, this new information suggests it might be more of a continuation or sequel [to the first film], than at first thought.
Do I think Bana will be back? No, I don’t - if only because he’s got a pretty full schedule for the next year or so, not because he wouldn’t be interested. That doesn’t mean that I don’t think Arad will ask Bana to return - I wouldn’t be surprised if he did. But I think it’s going to be a lot tougher to get Bana - not to mention, co-star Jennifer Connelly - back in the saddle for this one, I really do. Financially, and realistically speaking, it may be best to recast the thing? [...]


[06.07.2006] Moviehole meldet...
Zak Penn, writer of the upcoming Hulk sequel/redo/remake/reimagining/restart, told fans of theXverse website about his plans for the green guy’s exultant return to cinemas. Fans will be glad to hear what’s in store.
Firstly, Penn ("X-Men : The Last Stand") mentioned what he didn’t like about the original "Hulk" film, stating that although he "loved the action sequences", he "hated super poodles and the idea that Bruce was "born" mutated, rather than the classic, repressed, monster inside of him Banner that I grew up on. Dad story was bad. Fight with tanks good. CG good, but should have been combined with animatronics in my opinion. Split screens were a nice idea but distracting".
Some of the ideas for the new film will be lifted from a draft of the "Hulk" that Penn did in 1996.
"It's not like we're just going back to it. Just keeping some ideas and sequences and the James Cameron inspired tone that I was shooting for", he explains. "I thought the tone of the TV series was perfect, and something the first movie could have used. I really wanted to see Bruce on the run, keeping his secret from people, constantly afraid of transforming. You will see all that in Hulk 2, and no poodles".
Fortunately, they won’t be cost-cutting and having a man-in-a-suit play The Hulk, either.
"There's no way he can be a man in a suit. That said, a combination of prosthetics, animatronics, and cg would be the best way to go, in my opinion. Check out how they did the dinosaurs in Jurassic Park; even though the tech is fifteen years old, the fact that sometimes there actually was something physical in front of the actors made a huge difference.
"Keep in mind, also, that sometimes they put a guy in a suit for certain shots: long shots, overcranked stunts, places where a human figure will make it look real. Incidentally, this will NOT be straight to DVD, or even a cheap movie. Marvel is dropping a lot of money on this and I think it has a chance to be better than the first or I wouldn't be involved."


[05.07.2006] Cinescape meldet...
Loyal scooper Lizard wrote in with an update on the remake of HULK.
He said, "Well, here's what I found out : Universal isn't really doing it. It's going to be done through Marvel (independently, or close too) and it's called "Incredible Hulk". Bana is definitely not doing it - his contract was with Universal, and so on - so they're going to get a new Hulk. They're not going to be auditioning, but merely 'going out' to names. Should've guessed. Apparently the following guys could be either in consideration or in talks for the role : Dominic Purcell, Brendan Fraser, Adam Garcia. Typical bunch of names, if you ask me." [...]


[29.06.2006] Moviehole sprach mit Eric Bana, u.a. über "Hulk"...
[...] I was just reading an online poll that said the Superhero that kids would most like to see back on the big screen is The Hulk. The word is - they’re not going to watch a sequel, if you’re not in it. Avi Arad recently announced that they're doing a 'redo' - so I assume that means you're not in it?
[Laughs] Oh, look out! I have no idea (about a sequel or remake) I’ve never had a conversation about it with anyone. If they do one, and only a sequel, within a particular time frame, I’m required to come back. [...]


[10.06.2006] IFMagazine.com sprach mit Avi Arad, u.a. über "Hulk 2" aka "The Incredible Hulk"...
iF: [...] So will you be recasting HULK with completely new actors?
ARAD: It’s a "do-over". I loved the HULK movie, it was just a different approach, and it wasn’t exactly the comic. We want to be much closer to the comic. It’s what we would rather do. [...]


[27.05.2006] SHH! zitiert Avi Arad, u.a. bezüglich "Hulk 2" aka "The Incredible Hulk"...
[...] "It's still a study in anger. It's more a love story between Bruce and Betty. It has the feel of The Fugitive, and Bruce is on a mission to get rid of the Hulk. When you see the Abomination, you'll see something really special."

[27.04.2006] CNN Money.com sprach mit Avi Arad, u.a. über "Hulk 2"...
[...] After praising Lee as a genius, Arad observes that "the Hulk movie was a study of anger, and people wanted a popcorn movie." Lee's film focused on the Hulk's origins - Bruce Banner's abusive father, his mutated DNA, the gamma ray accident that gave him the power to transform into a walking steroid attack. It was dark and intense, and Banner didn't even do his Hulk bit until nearly halfway through the film. "Our Hulk," Arad says, "will be a diet Hulk. Lighter. Focusing on the love story, Hulk as hero, and his battle with the villain."
For that villain, Arad has chosen one of his favorite baddies: Abomination, a former Yugoslav spy who has mutated into a 980-pound freak of terrifying strength and unpleasant demeanor. "He's capable of amazing feats," Arad says, eyes gleaming. [...]


[19.01.2006] Harry Knowles von AICN sprach mit Avi Arad über "Hulk 2", der die letzten Gerüchte vergessen macht...
[...] Just got off the phone with Avi Arad - literally right after his assistant said, "I've got Avi Arad for you," and Avi said, "Hello," I said - "Avi, you're not doing a direct to video HULK sequel are you?" And we started laughing. I've no doubt that Latauro heard what he heard, but man... If you know Avi Arad - he 100% loves THE HULK. He's incredibly proud of the film, the performances and the direction. And frankly - this is one of the ones where Avi and I see eye to eye - which isn't a given by any means. We still verbally spar about that terrible FANTASTIC FOUR movie - ahem. BUT - I love THE HULK.
So - what is happening with HULK? Well, MARVEL is going to make the second one themselves with Universal distributing it... so this will be a Marvel production outside of the Paramount distribution deal that they set up last year. Right now, Avi is talking to various directors and writers and he intends to make a direct sequel... not a reboot. He feels that the HULK was a bit too big, so the big green behemoth will be not so Joseph Young of Africa. He's very excited, as always, about the Emerald Ass-Kicker, and at this point there is NO recasting in place or planned. [...]


[18.01.2006] AICN berichtet über "Hulk 2": Nur auf DVD !?! David Duchovny in der Titelrolle !?!
[...] Vice Chairman of Marvel, Peter Cuneo was being interviewed by AOL's Motley Fool Radio Team (yikes... who exactly signed off on that name?) and said that Bana has pulled out of the sequel.
Strange... I was fairly sure that Bana was contracted for at least one more SMASH. Maybe he was only contracted for a theatrical sequel. According to Mr Cuneo, the Artist Forever Known As Poider pulled out of the film when he discovered it was going to be direct-to-DVD.
Says Cuneo, "The Hulk did $250 million worldwide box office, which is a huge box office, and as you may recall, we had tremendous success with our toy line, which was a complete sell-out, over $100 million worldwide."
Great. So who's going to play Bruce? He claims David Duchovny will take over the role, as DD is a huge fan of Hulk. [...]


[02.01.2006] Moviehole berichtet über den Stand der Dinge in Sachen "Hulk 2"...
Everything that I’m hearing - Both Eric Bana and Ang Lee refusing to do it, Universal and Marvel talking low-budget DTV follow-ups or animated DVD Premieres instead - about a "Hulk 2" (Personally, I’d rather watch ants attack a sweaty cat bowl) seems to fit in with a few words star Eric Bana gave NYNewsday.com today.
Bana, whose now one of the most in-demand actors this side of Highland, admits that the big green guy’s first venture into multiplexes wasn’t a very victorious one and that "Nobody's talking about any sequel".
That’s news to Marvel, which still lists a "Hulk 2" on their schedule. Granted, that might be the DTV sequel or something else that Bana won’t have to get involved in, so no need to take an eraser to that listing yet.
A source of the ‘hole told us last year that the delay with a sequel wasn’t because they were waiting fort a good script (which the producers regularly used as counter) but because of Bana, who was just plain non-interested in committing to another bout as Bruce Banner. Who could blame him either? Spielberg’s "Munich", Curtis Hanson’s "Lucky You" - not exactly films you’d turn away from to do a comic book sequel (especially one that didn’t make anywhere near the money of peers like "Spider-Man", "X-Men" or "Batman Begins").
Marvel’s Avi Arad said recently that a "Hulk 2" would be more adventure-ridden and less-psychological drama, something the first film was criticised widely for. "It’s going to be Hulk-lite," he said. "It’ll be the end of movie one, the beginning of movie two. Now he’s come to terms with his life and who he is and we can let him be now Hulk the hero. Movie one seemed to have been tough on some people, but some of us think it is one of the more courageous depictions of a comic book character."
Now that "Munich" has turned Eric Bana into an even bigger star - seems he’s found the goolies to admit he won’t be wearing the ripped purple shorts again.
Maybe Uni should just cut their losses, move on, and greenlit that long-awaited "She Hulk" starring Briggite Nielsen. I’m not kidding. It was first mentioned about fifteen years ago. Imagine my disappointment not seeing it on release schedules each and every year. Imagine.


[01.01.2006] RTL zeigt heute um 20.15 Uhr "Hulk" als deutsche Free-TV-Premiere... Die Wiederholung läuft um 1.40 Uhr...

[02.07.2005] Moviehole zitiert Avi Arad, u.a. bzgl. "Hulk 2"...
Yup, it's still happening, says Arad. "I can't wait to do Hulk 2. In my opinion, [it'll] be huge because people dissapointed with it's box office I guess, in today's landscape, would be ecstatic with it's box office. The end of the [first] movie set the stage to do the other Hulk - a lighter version of Hulk", he says. "Diet Hulk". Arad says he's looking forward to "getting closer to the Hulk. The beast. To see the primal naive part...because Banner is complicated, Hulk is not, and it's hard to get that close to him with CG". Arad suggests that the next Hulk might be a comination of a guy in a suit and CGI, so "that you can really feel humanity".

[21.06.2005] MTV.com sprach mit Avi Arad über die nächsten Filmprojekte...
[...] It's no secret, we took a lot of sh-- for Ang Lee's 'Hulk,' for all the wrong reasons," Arad says, insisting that "I had a meeting with Universal [a few] weeks ago. We are going to make a Diet Hulk." Comparing Hulk to the classic image of Frankenstein's monster as a creature with an almost childlike curiosity, Arad says, "In movie one, we couldn't get into the curiosity thing. Hulk having a butterfly land on his hand? He would never [smash it]. The Hulk would be curious. He is like a baby, in a way." He says the sequel will arrive in theaters "no later than 2007." [..]

[09.06.2005] Moviehole meldet...
It doesn't sound like the Green Machine's going to be smashing his way back onto screens anytime soon. Or if he is, it could very well be without Mrs Bettany.
Jennifer Connelly told Coming Soon that she's heard nothing about the sequel to "The Hulk".
"I don't know. I haven't heard any talk of a sequel unfortunately," she told the site. "I'm sorry to say that I don't have any insight that I can give you. I think [Ang Lee] made a really interesting film of it, so we'll see what happens."
Is it possible that Bruce Banner's going to have a new squeeze in the follow-up?
Avi Arad seems to think it's happening, he recently told About.Com that they're talking story ideas.
"Right now we are meeting with writers to discuss the sequel. I think the key thing is come up with the right story."
Arad commented on the sequel’s tone. "It’s going to be Hulk-lite," Arad said. "It’ll be the end of movie one, the beginning of movie two. Now he’s come to terms with his life and who he is and we can let him be now Hulk the hero. Movie one seemed to have been tough on some people, but some of us think it is one of the more courageous depictions of a comic book character."


[13.01.2005] DH meldet...
Avi Arad told Total Film that "In the next movie, Hulk 2, the Hulk will be smaller. If you make him 15-feet tall, there's no human connection there.....Right now we are still developing the sequel. I think the key thing is to come up with the right story".

[23.10.2004] IESB sprach mit Avi Arad über das Sequel...
[...] The next HULK movie will be more toned down. He expects Eric Bana to return to reprise his role and that the story will be more character driven (great, more character development). He referred to it as Diet HULK, less anger and just one calorie! Just for the taste of it...Diet Hulk!
The story will concentrate on other issues in Hulk's vast storyline as well. They haven't quite figured out what story arch they will explore or which villain will be involved [...]


[11.10.2004] Moviehole meldet...
Talking to Australia's Filmink Magazine - about the DVD release of "Troy" - Eric Bana debunked claims that he won't be back to reprise his role as Bruce Banner in a "Hulk" sequel.
Various reports over the last twelve months suggested that the stand-up comic turned Hollywood it-boy had walked away from the role, with producers now in search of another lad to fill the torn shorts. But Bana tells the mag that he's "seriously consdering" a second shot at playing The Hulk, with the studio keen for a sequel. [...]
The sequel, which Jennifer Connelly will also return for, could give us our first glimpse of the Grey Hulk apparently, and include villains The Leader and The Abomination.


[12.09.2004] IGN FF meldet...
Superhero Hype recently reported a rumor via a scooper that fans can "expect a major announcement from Avi Arad soon about who the new director for Hulk 2 will be. And it looks like they have called Michael France in again to write a draft script for the second movie that will feature the Hulk in a more superhero role." France was one of the credited screenwriters on the first film.
But, as Hype wisely pointed out, readers should "wait and see if there's any truth to the above rumor."
IGN FilmForce can now confirm that there isn't. We checked with our longtime reliable sources who advised us flatly that Michael France is not writing Hulk 2.


[06.05.2004] Zap2it sprach mit Eric Bana über das Sequel...
[...] Bana, who says that he doesn't have definite plans on what he's doing next, although a few projects are in the works, also pleads ignorant to plans for a sequel to Ang Lee's "The Hulk," which made Universal approximately $242 million in world-wide box office receipts (not including DVD/VHS sales). In early April, producers Gale Anne Hurd and Avi Arad said they were working on a sequel to the film.
"He won't be this tortured person, it will pick up at the end of the first movie," Arad told Zap2it.com. "He's come to terms with his life and who he is and we can let him be the Hulk hero now."
However, the project may be on the backburner given that Bana says they haven't talked to him to repirse the role, even though he is under contract to play Bruce Banner again if Universal does move forward with the project.


[06.04.2004] About.com sprach mit Avi Arad und Gale Anne Hurd über das Sequel...
There will be a Hulk 2.Producers Gale Anne Hurd and Avi Arad both confirmed, with Hurd saying, "Right now we are meeting with writers to discuss the sequel. I think the key thing is come up with the right story."
Arad commented on the sequel’s tone. "It’s going to be Hulk-lite," Arad said. "It’ll be the end of movie one, the beginning of movie two. Now he’s come to terms with his life and who he is and we can let him be now Hulk the hero. Movie one seemed to have been tough on some people, but some of us think it is one of the more courageous depictions of a comic book character." [...]


[27.01.2004] Comics Continuum berichtete kürzlich über "Hulk 2"...
Kevin Feige of Marvel Studios told The Continuum that he expects The Hulk film franchise to continue.
"I think The Hulk is extremely important to Marvel, obviously, one of the biggest and most well-known characters and I think he'll have a future on the screen," Feige told The Continuum. "And I think most likely that future will be a sequel at Universal.
"We've got a meeting in the next week or two with a very talented writer who's come up with a version that is interesting. We're anxious about it, and think there are amazing stories to come with Bruce Banner."
Feige said it's too early in the process to talk about potential filmmakers for the sequel. Hulk 2 figures to have more action than the first film, however.
"We explored a lot of very important core elements about the Hulk's character and Bruce Banner's character in that first movie, elements that are key from the comic and elements that, whether people realize it or not, came directly out of the comic," Feige said.
"But I think with the sequel we'll explore other elements of his character from the comics that people love and remember. We want to continue to take it very seriously and continue to follow his inner psyche, but at the same time allow us in the audience to have a little more fun, a little more action, a little more of the 'Hulk smash.'" [...]


[29.12.2003] Bei DH gibt es ernüchternde Insider-Infos zum Stand der Dinge in Sachen "Hulk 2"...
[...] Marvel are apparently in pretty heated talks about the sequel to Universal. The studio is understadably nervous about doing another Hulk movie (At one stage apparently, there was talk of a string of games, a new animated series, new tv drama series...but all the ideas got canned once the film flopped) Universal has first refusal on the sequel, and it actually is being written. It's in early draft stage. What will probably happen I was told was that Uni will probably end up taking the film on - but with something like a $80 million dollar budget and a less expensive cast [If they don't want it, look for Sony to get first offer]. [...]

[21.11.2003] Bei ComiX-Fan gibt es ein Update von Avi Arad zu den geplanten Marvel-Verfilmungen, u.a. auch zu "Hulk 2"...
[...] "Hulk had an incredible story for us," Arad said. "What we're very proud of {is that} we made an Ang Lee drama. If we made it probably sillier or happier, maybe it would have done better. The point is that for our brand, Hulk was extremely successful in taking our franchise and lifting it out of sort-of-known to an incredibly important franchise that performed beautifully for us. And the DVD is performing very, very well for us and Universal, and obviously there will be a sequel. We'll call it Hulk-Lite to make it easier for people to deal with the psychological depth," Arad joked.
[...] Both X-Men 3 and Hulk 2 are set for release in 2006 [...]
A writer for Hulk 2 has just been hired. [...]


[15.10.2003] Comics Continuum meldet...
Gale Anne Hurd, producer of The Hulk movie, said plans are moving forward for the sequel.
"We're all really proud of the film we made," Hurd said Sunday in Tampa, Fla., on the set of The Punisher, which she is also producing. "It was an origin story. And I think now that we've got the origin, I think we can have a lot more fun with the sequels."
The Hulk had the biggest weekend opening ever for a June release, but couldn't shake negative buzz and slipped quickly down the box-office charts. The buzz started early with a Super Bowl spot and then when an uncompleted version of he film hit the Internet.
"The company that prepared that, we never saw the final product," Hurd said of the Super Bowl spot. "We never saw the color, we never saw the final shots. I think what we learned is that the filmmakers always need to be involved in any imagery that is released. The people who prepared the TV spot decided the color, decided on the speed, and it was not representative of the film.
"When it was uploaded to the Internet, I think that was the biggest problem. Because people started reviewing images that were, in some instances, were six months from completion of a CGI effect. Then it gets picked up. Someone puts its on the Internet, then suddenly it's in USA Today, the L.A. Times and the New York Times. Then all of a sudden people have decided, there's something wrong with the CGI.
"I think there are shots of The Hulk where you can completely suspend disbelief. The emoting power of the character is amazing. But unfortunately, audience members, when they went in to see the film, thought they were seeing something based on a review of CGI images long before they were meant to be seen."
Hurd said she had "no apologies" for the final effects. "I think ILM did a tremendous job," she said.


[07.07.2003] Blickpunkt:Film meldet...
Der "Hulk " wird sich grün ärgern: Erst der Verleihmietenstreit zwischen UIP und Kinobesitzern - und jetzt streikten auch noch die Zuschauer: Am Startwochenende blieb die 150-Mio.-Dollar-Produktion hinter Dauerbrenner "Bruce Allmächtig" zurück. Nach Beilegung des Streits mit Kinopolis und Cinemaxx von UIP von 438 auf 510 Kopien aufgestockt, blieb "Hulk" mit vorerst geschätzten 230.000 Besuchern (ohne Previewzahlen) eigentlich alles schuldig, was man sich von einem US-Blockbuster wünscht. Selbst "Bruce Allmächtig" war am fünften Wochenende mit etwa 290.000 Zuschauern besser als der mit Spannung erwartete Neuling. [...]

[06.07.2003] Blickpunkt:Film meldet...
Vor dem Hintergrund der in den vergangenen Tagen unter Kinobetreibern heftig umstrittenen UIP-Filmmietkonditionen haben die deutschen Unternehmen Cinemaxx und Kinopolis eine Einigung mit UIP hinsichtlich des Einsatzes von "Hulk " erzielen können. Laut einer UIP-Pressemitteilung wird "Hulk" "noch heute in den betreffenden Häusern eingesetzt". Damit ist die flächendeckende Programmierung des US-Blockbusters in Deutschland gewährleistet, da die Unternehmen Kieft & Kieft Filmtheater (Cinestar) und UCI den US-Blockbuster bereits am gestrigen Starttag eingesetzt haben. Zu den ausgehandelten Konditionen wollten Cinemaxx und Kinopolis keinen Kommentar abgeben.

[03.07.2003] Heute startet "Hulk" in den deutschen Kinos...

[28.06.2003] Bei AICN gibt es eine positive Kritik von Moriarty...

[24.06.2003] Der Hamburger Verlag Future Press veröffentlicht in Kürze das offizielle Lösungsbuch zum neuen Vivendi-Game HULK...
Es führt den Spieler sicher durch die aufregenden und gefährlichen Abenteuer, die der bekannte Comic-Superheld bestehen muss.
Sowohl eingefleischte Comic- als auch Spiele-Fans stehen bei HULK vor einer schwierigen Herausforderung: Das bestialische zweite Ich von Bruce Banner zu bändigen und den unglaublichen Fluch zu brechen.
Ganz gleich, ob Hulks Kräfte oder Bruce Banners Köpfchen gefragt sind: Der Lösungsweg führt Spiele -Profis sowie blutige Anfänger sicher ans Ziel. Genaue Karten zeigen, wo es langgeht und wo die Power-ups sind.
Jeder Boss-Kampf wird genau erklärt; jede Stärke und Schwäche der Gegner aufgedeckt. Der Spieler erfährt, wie er auch die härtesten Widersacher besiegt.
Weitere Infos zum Inhalt gibt es unter www.future-press.com !!!


[23.06.2003] Blickpunkt:Film meldet...
Schon der fünfte Film im laufenden US-Kinosommer, der mit einem Einspiel von mehr als 60 Mio. Dollar startete: "Hulk" setzte sich souverän an die Spitze der US-Charts. Mit insgesamt 62,6 Mio. Dollar Boxoffice blieb die Marvel-Comic- Verfilmung zwar deutlich hinter den Sommer-Champions "Matrix Reloaded", "X-Men 2", "Bruce Allmächtig " und "Findet Nemo" zurück, hatte aber dennoch einen fulminanten Start in mehr als 3600 Kinos. [...]

[21.06.2003] Bei USA Today gibt es u.a. erste Infos zur möglichen Story von "Hulk 2"...
[...] Hulk producer Avi Arad already has the film's screenwriter/producer, James Schamus, working hard on Hulk 2. Schamus says his script further delves into Bruce Banner's epic struggle with his inner demons, resulting in the emergence of an evil, gray-hued Hulk. Shamus says he's toying with the idea of incorporating two possible villains: The Leader (described by Lee as "a giant-head brainiac") and The Abomination ("a big ugly guy the same size as the Hulk").
But will Lee return to direct? "Maybe," he says, but first "I need to de-Hulk this process."


[20.06.2003] Heute startet "Hulk" in den US-Kinos... Bei CS! gibt es eine Kritik (8/10)... Bei CS! gibt es auch ein Interview mit Eric Bana, der u.a. über ein mögliches Sequel spricht...
[...] "The only reason that they ever do a sequel is that the first one is a success," said Bana. "I knew that if the film was going to work on the levels that Ang was wanting it to work, that it would be a great reason to do a sequel in which case, is not a concern. I guess the only danger in the sequel thing is if the first film’s not great and they want to do another. That’s what I’d be concerned about."

[19.06.2003] Bei DH gibt es ein Interview mit Ang Lee...

[17.06.2003] The Media Drome hat eine weitere Kritik veröffentlicht... Und DH zitiert Ang Lee...
[...] he talked about his plans for what to do next. "Hulk 2" perhaps? " I have no idea. It’s in development but I’m so drained by the first one I have no thoughts about the second one...I did get a little sick of the colour green (laughs). He is a CG character what am I supposed to do. But yeah for a long time I was really sick of the colour green". Alright so what is in store? "I don’t know. I would like to do something different. [...]

[16.06.2003] Die Toronto Sun sprach mit Ang Lee...

[15.06.2003] Bei AICN gibt es eine weitere positive Kritik...

[13.06.2003] Bei Comics Continuum gibt es zahllose Szenenbilder !!! Und Yahoo! Movies bietet mehrere Ausschnitte...

[12.06.2003] Bei AICN gibt es eine ausführliche Kritik von Harry Knowles...

[11.06.2003] Bei AICN gibt es mehrere Kritiken von Vorab-Vorführungen... Bei CS! gibt es ein Interview mit Dennis Muren...

[10.06.2003] Moriarty von AICN beschuldigt alle "Hulk"-Workprint-Kopien-Zieher... Bei CS! gibt es ein Interview mit Eric Bana...

[07.06.2003] Bei E! Online gibt es eine Kritik von Anderson Jones...

[06.06.2003] Bei DH gibt es ein Interview mit Nick Nolte... Und bei DH gibt es eine überaus positive Kritik...
[...] Although we can’t release the full review until the week of, I can tell you that it’s received a staggering 5 out of 5 stars, "Forget anything you've read, this Hulk is simply sensational. An intelligent, original masterwork, directed with imagination and visual eloquence by Ang Lee. This is a film that contains sequences that go beyond the special effects arena, yet at the same time is a film that remains deeply human." "I loved it", smiles our boy. Now that should make a few "Hulk" fans day...

[05.06.2003] Sci Fi Wire sprach mit Avi Arad über die Änderungen gegenüber dem Comic und das mögliche Sequel...
[...] "We just take the science fiction and bring it closer to science," Arad said in an interview while promoting the film. "It's very much in the origin that Bruce Banner actually had contamination, so something triggered this. And what we wanted to do is take it to the next level of intelligence. It's not that he got his toe in the door and, 'Oh my God. I'm the Hulk.'"
Arad, who has overseen such page-to-screen projects as Spider-Man, X-Men and Daredevil, said that there have been several origin stories and incarnations of the Hulk during the comic series' long run. "There are many origins," he said. "When you publish for 40 years, there are a lot of stories. There's a gray Hulk, there's a green Hulk, there's a speaking Hulk, there's a singing Hulk." According to Arad, any one of these incarnations may appear in a potential Hulk sequel, which is currently being developed by screenwriter James Schamus. [...]


[04.06.2003] Bei DH gibt es ein Interview mit Eric Bana... Gegenüber Sci Fi Wire zeigte er sich begeistert von den Special Effects...
[...] "When I saw the film, that was the thing that I was most thrilled about," Bana said in an interview while promoting the film. "I felt like they had totally managed to drag character into that [computer-aniamted] figure. That was what blew me away. Not only was it beautiful - I thought the effects were actually beautiful in the film - but I thought that they had really actually put character into it." [...]
Bana, who is contracted to return for two potential sequels, said that he's not worried about being typecast as a comic-book character. "The Hulk is the Hulk, and I get to kind of share the limelight significantly with a lot of different elements," he said. "It's not like you just see me the whole time. So I see it as something quite different from the Superman kind of thing, where whoever is Superman is kind of Superman. So I wasn't that concerned. And then when I saw the film I was suitably happy about how [much of an] ensemble it is." [...]


[01.06.2003] Bei CBR gibt es Interview mit dem Drehbuchautor John Turman... Infos zum kommenden "Hulk"-Videospiel, sowie eine Demo der PC-Version gibt es bei VU-Games.com !!!

[31.05.2003] Bei AICN gibt es zwei ausdrucksstarke Bilder von Hulk !!! TV-Tipp: Um 15.25 Uhr zeigt RTL ein "Pre-Making-of": u.a. exklusive Szenenausschnitte und Darsteller-Interviews !!!

[30.05.2003] DH meldet...
CFQ did a MASSIVE article recently on the film and in it cinematographer Frederick Elmes finally confirmed two details: "The Hulk changes size during the movie. He starts at 9 feet tall, then he goes to 12 feet and then to 15 feet. His face also changes three sizes, and the audience will see him do it a couple of times on screen. His musculature changes, his color changes a little bit. So all of these things are built in as extras and I think they add believability to the character". Elmes also confirmed that during the editing phase they've done some 24-esque tricks with "multiple images on the screen at the same time, whether by showing both sides of a conversation simultaneously or the end of one scene overlapping into the next by wiping into the first couple of shots of the incoming scene".

[29.05.2003] Bei Moviehole gibt es positive Stimmen zu "Hulk"...

[27.05.2003] Empire Online sprach mit Eric Bana...

[26.05.2003] FilmJerk kennt die Laufzeit: 135 Minuten !!!

[20.05.2003] SFGate.com sprach mit Ang Lee und liefert neue Bilder vom ziemlich aufgebrachten Hulk... AICN liefert den Kommentar zur Szene...

[18.05.2003] Bei Moviehole gibt es eine Meldung über eine enttäuschende Test-Vorführung... Scheinbar erwecken die bisherigen "Hulk" Trailer eine völlig falsche Vorstellung vom Film, der eigentlich mehr ein Melodram als ein Actionfilm sein wird bzw. will...

[07.05.2003] Panini Comics veröffentlicht im Juni 2003 Stan Lees "Hulk"-Comics wieder in Deutschland...

[06.05.2003] Bei AICN gibt es - neben einer kurzen Insider-Kritik - ein ziemlich cooles CFQ-Cover...

[03.05.2003] Bei AICN gibt es eine Review zum "Hulk"-Filmroman... Vorsicht SPOILER !!!

[02.05.2003] Der finale "Hulk" Trailer ist online !!!

[30.04.2003] Bei DH gibt es die Beschreibung eines weiteren (!!!) "Hulk"-Trailers... Und bei JediNet.com gibt es weitere Infos zum ILM-Panel auf der "WonderCon"...

[22.04.2003] Der "Hulk" International Trailer ist online !!!

[14.04.2003] Bei AICN gibt es eine Beschreibung des kommenden "Hulk"-Trailers...

[11.04.2003] Bei DH gibt es 2 Bilder: Hulk Dog und nochmal Hulk Dog !!!

[10.04.2003] Bei AICN gibt es ein neues Bild vom "Hulk" und eine Beschreibung der Szene... Vorsicht SPOILER !!!

[25.03.2003] DH meldet...
"No, we thought one Hulk was enough for this first movie. Maybe she will appear someday in a sequel" said Ang Lee about the possibility of Jennifer Walter, aka She Hulk appearing in the film.

[14.03.2003] DH meldet...
[...] Nick Nolte revealed what Ang Lee said to get him involved in the project: "I wasn’t interested in just doing a cartoon, and Ang came to the house and said, ‘Look, Nick, I don’t know how to do a cartoon, but I DO know how to make a Greek tragedy.’ So I said ‘If we go for a Greek tragedy, I’ll go for it.’" Nolte was then more than happy to make a big-budget studio film "because if we can present it of the magnitude of a Greek tragedy, a father/son tragedy, and if we do it right, there should be some element of compassion, maybe some pain".

[12.03.2003] DH meldet...
Stan Lee chatted with Filmfreak Radio the other day about his cameo in the upcoming superhero flick "I’ve already done it. They were filming in San Rafiel California, that’s near where George Lucas has his place, and yes I was up there about two or three days ago and I did my major scene, on which of course the whole movie hinges, and it was a lot of fun....When I shot the scene, my little scene, he (the Hulk) was supposed to be coming out of the sky and jumping down and landing right next to me, and then taking off again, and I’m supposed to look real scared and I was looking scared at nothing because there was no Hulk, he will be added later. It was really funny, there was a man holding a long stick and I was told to look at - the stick was about 10 feet high or so - I was told to look at the top of the stick ‘cause that’s where the Hulk’s head would be when he landed so I was acting scared". Lee also confirmed he won't be appearing in "X2" as "I don’t think I’m gonna have cameos in the sequels ‘cause I think that gets to be a little much. I’m hoping I can have a cameo in the first movie of each character".

[11.03.2003] Bei Cinescape gibt es eine Meinung zum neuen "Hulk" Trailer...
[...] "Frankly I thought the action physics of the CGI sucked," he told us. "Hulk moves like he's a 100-pound Spider-Man and while that may be a design choice by Ang Lee to allow CROUCHING TIGER kind of flourishes, it looked cheeseball to me."
Anything else to add? "Yes, the Hulk dogs are in the film, and yes they look awful."
"Those big honkin metallic balls that Hulk tosses in the teaser? Those are part of the gamma radiation experiment that turns him into the Hulk. Apparently he gets locked inside a lab with them activated." [...]


[07.03.2003] Bei CS! gibt es ein Kommentar von Chuck the Movieguy zu den exklusiven Ausschnitten, die auf der ShoWest gezeigt wurden...

[21.01.2003] Bei AICN gibt es ein Script-Review und einen Ausblick...
[...] As for Avi Arad’s phone call today, they’ve screened the film for Universal’s executives as it is right now, and there was silence in the room for several minutes. They were stunned. This has far more beauty and poetry and poignancy and soul than we were expecting from the property. Avi told me that visually, that Ang has taken specific moments and panels from the history of the Hulk and given them a moving life he never really dreamt of. This is a film of loud moments, large moments, quiet ones and little ones. There are human beings in this movie trapped in a tragedy beyond their control. With forces that they can’t command. It has the potential to be a truly great film, not just a great comic book movie. In a strange way, it felt a bit like STARMAN to me... not sure why, it isn’t that story, but it had that sort of weight to it.
And that trailer... you haven’t seen anything yet. Really. You’ve seen nothing thus far.


[13.02.2003] Es gibt einen neuen "Hulk" Trailer im Quicktime-Format... Eine erweiterte Fassung des Super Bowl TV-Spots !!!

[27.01.2003] Der "Hulk" Super Bowl TV-Spot im Quicktime-Format !!!

[25.01.2003] Bei SHH gibt es den Super-Bowl Clip: Der Hulk in Action (Szenenbilder gibt es bei AICN) !!! Ebenfalls bei SHH: HiRes-Bilder vom Hulk !!!

[11.01.2003] HulkMovie.com hat einen Spy-Report...
I got my hands on the Hulk Movie Poster and the NEW trailer which was originally supposed to air with the new Lord of the Rings movie which is awesome. Obviously they aren't showing his face in the poster because you will see bits and pieces of the beast during the Superbowl via commercials for Mountain Dew. The trailer is two and a half min's long and is off the charts!!! Hulk fans will not be disappointed. The special effects, lighting and movement of the Hulk blows the mind away.

[07.01.2003] Bei Latino Review gibt es ein Bild des erschöpften Bruce Banner nach der Hulk-Verwandlung... Man beachte die Hosen !!!

[29.12.2002] Phantastik.de meldet...
Ein neuer Trailer zum Kinoevent "Hulk" wird Universal Pictures Ende Januar bieten. Laut "Variety" wird waehrend des Super Bowl am 26.01.03 ein entsprechender Trailer im US-TV gezeigt werden, darin soll der "Hulk" erstmals in Aktion gezeigt werden.

[16.12.2002] Bei CS! gibt es das Teaser-Poster, welches den CGI-Hulk zeigt !!!

[11.12.2002] Die Offizielle Website ist gestartet - zunächst als "Sneak Peak"-Version: Bilder, Wallpaper, Infos,... U.a. gibt es ein Bild von Ang Lee, welches einige Storyboards zeigt... Die Actionszenen versprechen wirklich "wuchtig" zu werden !!!

[20.11.2002] Phantastik.de meldet...
Universal hat fuer Ende Januar 2003 waehrend des Superbowl in den USA zwei Minuten Werbezeit fuer einen Trailer des Films "The Hulk" gebucht. Dann wird man erstmals diesen Helden in Action sehen berichtet "Superhero Hype".

[11.11.2002] Bei SHH! gibt es erste Bilder von der "Hulk"-Actionfigur und weitere vom Set...

[12.10.2002] Bei SHH! gibt es ein Werbebildchen für "Hulk"... So ähnlich sollte er im Film wohl auch aussehen...

[13.09.2002] Phantastik.de meldet...
Der Darsteller Josh Lucas hat im Interview ueber die kommende Comic-Verfilmung "Hulk" gesprochen. Fuer ihn seien die Dreharbeiten eine Herausforderung gewesen - vor allem wegen Regisseur Ang Lee. Der Film werde nicht nur einfach ein Sommerfilm-Blockbuster, sondern ein Film, der mit nichts vergleichbar sei. Lucas werde im Film als Boesewicht "Talbot" zu sehen sein. Er habe den CGI-"Hulk" gesehen, der im Film zum Einsatz kommen wird und meinte im Interview mit der Site "CHUD", dass damit Filme wie "Jurassic Park" oder "Spider-Man" bei weitem in den Schatten gestellt werden.

[19.07.2002] Bei Superhero Hype! gibt es Bilder vom Labor...

[13.07.2002] Bei AICN gibt es einen Spy-Report...
[...] there is also hints of the coolness im sure we're all expecting which is cool Hulk action.
Several of the ones that tickled my Fancy to be filmed that day and the following week were- " Betty watches the action on the Bay", "Betty watches the F-22 attack" ( whoa . cool. "Hulk smash F-22!" hehe sorry) "Banner held by Electromagnetic ray".
There was also mention of scenes to be filmed in the Sequoias, so some action in the trees is a sure thing.These scenes, along with all the stunt men on call, and the need for swat team extras and weapon props, promises some cool action, but i hope they dont turn the Hulk story into something its not. Heres hoping Ang Lee knows what hes doing.


[13.06.2002] Bei LOE gibt es einen Spy-Report...
"Things aren't going so well on the set of Hulk. The project is already expected to go way over budget and way over schedule. The company recently returned to Los Angeles and are already nearly two weeks behind schedule. The main fault seems to rest with Ang Lee's director of photography Frederick Elmes who previously shot both Ride With The Devil, and The Ice Storm... I don't know if it's because Ang and Frederick are so unaccustomed to dealing with Visual Effects, but seeing as how they have Oscar winning VFX Supervisor Dennis Muren on hand, things should be going a lot better." Our tipster wrote to us mentioning, "It's one of the most tense sets I've ever been on... the hours are long, the crew seemed exhausted, and the actors looked to be just plain fed-up with the whole affair."

[10.06.2002] E! Online weiss, wie Hulk im Film zu seinen Superkräften kommt... Vorsicht SPOILER !!!

[24.05.2002] Bei Coming Attractions berichtet ein Komparse über das Aussehen des CGI-"Hulk"...
[...] What I saw basically looked very much like the comic book Hulk that's been surfacing on the Internet lately, with maybe his hair not so messy. Arms were a bit disproportionately large for the body and the shorts looked like speedos on him. I'm pretty sure the shorts in the latest pictures are of stretch material of somekind. Also the face I'm told will incorporate Eric Bana's face. I also heard recently in ET or some other place that Eric Bana's movements will be captured on a computer and translated into the cgi Hulk. I guess for anyone still asking who the Hulk will be, it's Eric Bana. World of computers you know. [...]

[23.05.2002] Bei HulkMovie.com gibt es Bilder vom Set, die Jennifer Connelly und Eric Bana zeigen, wie sie sich in den Armen liegen...

[13.05.2002] Phantastik.de meldet...
Nach "Daredevil" wird Comic-Guru Stan Lee auch in der Verfilmung des Comics "Der Hulk" einen Gastauftritt absolvieren. Dieses veriet er laut "Comics Continuum" in einer TV-Sendung.

[10.05.2002] Bei edgehillproductions.com gibt es jede Menge Bilder vom Set...

[06.05.2002] Bei AICN gibt es neue Details zu "Hulk"...
[...] Ang Lee and Co, were filming this past week at the top of Montgomery Street where the Hulk runs up hill, underground, hitting his head on the underside of the street bouncing the parked cars in a wave-like fashion as he passes underneath them. As the top of this steep hill he smashes his way through the concrete, flipping an old Volkswagon van which hits the nearby cars. One by one in a domino-like effect the cars slide down the hill, running and bumping into each other. When good ol' Betty (Jennifer Connelly, dressed in a maroon sweater and jeans) sees the 15-foot Hulk (yes, you heard correctly), he relaxes and begins to change back into Dr. Banner. They embrace, completely surrounded by SWAT and National Guard soldiers. Sam Elliot, dressed in Desert-Storm-like garb, approaches them from behind. [...]

[03.05.2002] Die Offizielle Website ist gestartet und der äusserst vielversprechende "Hulk" Teaser-Trailer ist online !!!

[02.05.2002] Bei Superhero Hype! gibt es jede Menge Bilder vom Set...

[24.04.2002] Bei AICN gibt es neben dem "Hulk"-Logo auch Bilder von zertrümmerten Polizeiwagen...

[23.04.2002] Bei AICN gibt es einige Details zu "Hulk"...
Main characters: Bruce Banner, son of David Banner. Betty Ross, her father General Ross. Someone named Kurlensky?
David Banner was a radiation scientist who passed some kind of gamma ray contamination onto his son Bruce. There are scenes in flashback of David and Mrs. Banner testing the baby to see iif he is contaminated, scenes of the kid crawling funny and dveloping weirdly. Then at some point David Banner stabs the mother, and the baby Bruce reacts but doesn't seem to "Hulk out" (this is how the document describes the transformation.) Other tidbits:
David Banner is the Absorbing Man in this, and only transforms at the end, from what I can gather. Both the Absorbing Man and the Hulk are stuck in a frozen lake at what point.
There are Hulk dogs which attack Betty and Bruce, and even a Hulk rat. Also nano-cytes or something nonsensical mentioned.


[28.03.2002] IGN FilmForce meldet, dass Brooke Langton (u.a. "Melrose Place" und "Helden aus der zweiten Reihe") eine Rolle in "Hulk" ergattert hat...

[23.03.2002] Comics2Film meldet...
Marvel Enterprises conducted a conference call earlier today to discuss the recently posted 2001 earnings report. Although the focus of the call was not on Marvel movies, Marvel Studios head Avi Arad did talk about the company's various Hollywood dealings. "Studios are clamoring for our properties," Arad told investors. [...] "Each one of these movies prove that our franchises lend themselves to becoming sequels again and again," Arad said. He reported Blade 3 is already in the works. Hulk 2 is also in development and targeted for a May, 2005 release.

[08.03.2002] Lights Out Entertainment meldet...
Tipsters tell us that the cast of Ang Lee's The Hulk have gathered on the Universal lot this week for camera tests and wardrobe and make-up tests. The film starts shooting in a couple of weeks. In a related bit, we've been sent a review of what is supposedly the current script, and it's... eh, ok. You can be sure that Ang Lee will bring some kick-ass visuals to the piece, but the review we saw seemed way cheesy, and even suggested the potential for this to be a new Godzilla, what with his big greenness riding around on fighter jets and stuff. Ugh.

[23.02.2002] CountingDown hat einen Zeitungsartikel veröffentlicht, der mehr über den Bösewicht preisgibt... SPOILER !!!
The lurid storyline of the projected Hulk movie is given in the letter from Universal Studios: "Young research scientist Bruce Banner becomes the powerful, green-skinned 'Hulk' and is forced to defend himself against the military and his long-lost father, who has resurfaced as a powerful mutant."

[19.02.2002] Hollywood Reporter meldet...
Josh Lucas is poised to reteam with his "A Beautiful Mind" co-star Jennifer Connelly [...] Lucas will play Talbott, Betty's childhood friend who is now a soldier and rival to Banner.

[11.02.2002] Eric Bana sprach mit dem australischen EMPIRE Magazine über "Hulk"...
"I can't give too much away, but The Hulk is not the size of a human being. I play both but I can't say how we do that. I'm meant to look like a scientist though" says Bana. Bana also touched upon director Ang Lee. "I don't know if he's a comic buff. I think he's just incredibly interested in making soulful pictures and I think he see's the Hulk as potentially being that in a comic style and I think he probably figures that it hasn't been done like that before...
I don't think there have been many super-heroes that have had as much depth as he would like to lend to them. I think that part of the fascination with that character is the fact that The Hulk is the only relucant superhero. Superman puts on the cpae, Spider-Man puts on the suit and Batman goes into the cave, but The Hulk has no control whatsoever - and for me that's an awesome prospect. I just think Ang's up to a challenge and he likes to work hard so I'm really up to being on that ride with him."
Mit Dank an MovieHole...


[09.02.2002] Coming Attractions berichtet über Set-Bauten und weiss wer den "Hulk"-Soundtrack komponieren wird...

[08.02.2002] Dark Horizons meldet...
San Francisco's Montgomery and Vajello will be the site of filming during April.

[31.01.2002] The Daily Californian meldet...
Parts of a new movie based on the "Incredible Hulk" are set to be filmed in Berkeley this spring if a deal between the studio, the city and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory can be reached. [...] Universal Studios is considering using the Berkeley lab as the setting for the scientist's transformation into the Hulk. The studio is interested in using the lab's distinctive dome-shaped Advanced Light Source building in the Berkeley Hills [...]

[24.01.2002] Dark Horizons meldet...
Frederick Hulmes ("Storytelling", "The Ice Storm") will serve as D.O.P. on the Ang Lee project.

[22.01.2002] Dark Horizons meldet...
Labs at Caltech were apparently photographed last week for set design purposes.

[22.12.2001] Panini Comics meldet...
Universal Pictures haben den Kinostart des Hulk Films für den 20. Juni 2003 angekündigt, also nur kurz nach dem Start des zweiten X-Men Films am 2. Mai 2003 (Fox). Mit der Produktion des Hulk Films soll am 13. März 2002 in Los Angeles begonnen werden.
"Der Film wird unser Knaller im Sommer 2003 werden. Wir werden den Start mit einem für unsere Firma bislang einzigartigen Werbeaufwand begleiten. Außerdem ist das dritte Juni-Wochenende der ideale Termin für den Start eines solchen Major-Titels", so Nikki Rocco (President Universal Pictures Distribution). Ang Lee wird die Regie führen und neben den Hauptproduzenten wird Stan Lee als Executive Producer für den Film arbeiten.
Der Australier Eric Banner wird dabei laut Universal nicht nur die Rolle des Bruce Banner spielen, sondern auch den Hulk selbst - dank Visual Technology Effekten der Firma Industrial Light and Magic. Jennifer Connelly wird die Rolle der Betty Ross übernehmen und auch Sam Elliott und Nick Nolte werden wichtige Rollen im Film übernehmen: Elliot wird General Thunderbolt Ross spielen, den Befehlshaber der streng geheimen Militärbasis. Nolte wird Bruce Banners Vater spielen, der selbst Wissenschaftler war.


[26.07.2001] Phantastik.de meldet...
Einmal mehr wird das Drehbuch der geplanten Comic-Verfilmung "Hulk" ueberarbeitet. Laut "Comics Continuum" wird James Schamus die bereits vorliegende Fassung von David Hayter ueberarbeiten, vor allem sollen nun die Figuren des Films einen weiteren Schliff erhalten. [...]

[12.06.2001] Coming Attractions meldet, dass Ang Lee Regie bei "Hulk" führen wird...


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