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The Incredible Hulk To Premiere On Disney+ On June 16th


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Disney+ announced today via Twitter that The Incredible Hulk, starring Edward Norton and Liv Tyler is being released on June 16th on Disney+.  The movie was released in 2008 via Universal and Marvel Studios have regained the rights.

The Incredible Hulk tells the origin story of how the Hulk, played by Edward Norton exposed to gamma rays turned him into the misunderstood man-monster who gets stronger as he gets madder.  The movie grossed over $264.8 million worldwide.

 

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Yeah this movie is pretty alright still, when I first saw it I loved it, but as I watched it later on, I felt it wasn't that good, but I watched it recently and was digging it, I had no problem with Norton's Banner, I do however think Ruffalo fits better, even though he's less serious, would like one day to see another Hulk movie happen, I guess it might be possible with Marvel/Disney regaining the rights.

She Hulk/Hulk , Agents of SMASH movie..would be rad.

 

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On 6/16/2023 at 5:49 PM, Lord_Scareglow said:

Yeah this movie is pretty alright still, when I first saw it I loved it, but as I watched it later on, I felt it wasn't that good, but I watched it recently and was digging it, I had no problem with Norton's Banner, I do however think Ruffalo fits better, even though he's less serious, would like one day to see another Hulk movie happen, but I guess Universal still has the licenses or what not, so unless they collab with Marvel/Disney I guess it won't be happening anytime soon.

 

Well as of today marvel has the full rights to Hulk again.

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On 6/16/2023 at 12:50 PM, Lord_Scareglow said:

Yeah I just saw that and edited my post to reflect that information.

Interestingly, the article only says that Marvel has regained the distribution rights to THIS FILM again, not future films. I’m curious which one it actually is. I guess we’ll only know if they announce a new Hulk solo film. 

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On 6/17/2023 at 9:23 AM, glhshelby said:

Interestingly, the article only says that Marvel has regained the distribution rights to THIS FILM again, not future films. I’m curious which one it actually is. I guess we’ll only know if they announce a new Hulk solo film. 

I believe Marvel Studios owns the rights to the Hulk and Disney now owns the rights to the movie, which Universal originally had.  But with Disney owning Marvel, they would own both the Hulk and the Hulk movie.

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I'd watch a Ruffalo led Hulk movie. I thought Bana and Norton were fine, with Nortons film incorporating element of the old TV show  pushing it ahead of Bana's take. But Bana's films biggest crime was it was so boring. When a super hero movie can't hold the interest of kids or adults there is something missing. 

The MCU has left some Hulk sized threads dangling in regards to where his arc heads next. Just please don't do another muliverse film with all 3 Hulk actors returning.... I haven't heard a good explanation as to why Multiverse Spideys look like different people and  ypur Stranges, Wanda's, all look the same haha so no more convoluted reasons to bring back past actors.

PS: it's been so long since this movie that when I saw the article headline I thought we were getting a D+ Hulk show.... always thought it a crime that the CHARACTER only got one MCU film to date

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On 6/18/2023 at 8:23 PM, McHogan said:

I'd watch a Ruffalo led Hulk movie. I thought Bana and Norton were fine, with Nortons film incorporating element of the old TV show  pushing it ahead of Bana's take. But Bana's films biggest crime was it was so boring. When a super hero movie can't hold the interest of kids or adults there is something missing. 

 

Ang Lee confessed that he didn't know how to direct or tell a superhero story ( which is puzzling because that is essentially what Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon is) but he knew how to make a psychodrama.  This was clearly a case of someone wanting to buy talent ( the director) while assuming the talent was all-purpose.   he obviously didn't know what to do with it.
The 2nd Hulk film had far stronger "Hulk" aspects to it, but my complaint about it is why did they step-down the design of the Abomination???

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