Hulk director talks

With all the hype surrounding THE DARK KNIGHT and IRON MAN’s big releases next summer, the new HULK movie has taken a tiny back seat publicity-wise, but not too much of one. Maybe it has something to do with the fact that it’s being made by a lower-profile director, Louis Leterrier of the TRANSPORTER films, and the fact that we haven’t seen any clear images of either Hulk himself, or his nemesis Abomination.

Speaking of Leterrier and speaking of Abomination, here is what the former has to say about the latter in a new interview with Wizard Magazine:

Obviously, General Ross is the villain, so he had to be in it," added Leterrier. "But the Abomination, Emil Blonsky, was who Marvel wanted to put in this chapter—the first chapter of our new saga—because he's the most famous. He's an enemy that can actually threaten the Hulk. It's very important for me that there is a danger. When Bruce Banner is Hulk, I didn’t feel in Ang Lee's 'Hulk' that there was any threat. He was invincible. So with Abomination there's actually a monster that can, you know, kill him when he's in the Hulk form."

That to me was what BATMAN BEGINS suffered from as well. The Scarecrow was kind of a pussy and Al Ghul looked too much like Liam Neeson. Thank God that whole situation has been rectified. To see the full interview click HERE.

Extra Tidbit: Speaking of abominations, I haven't seen real breasts in over two months.
Source: Wizard



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