Man in Suit v CGI-Your thoughts on the Hulk 2:Hulk/Abomination

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Man in Suit Hulk or CGI Hulk

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  1. DANZIGG Registered

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    Well you heard Avi Arad 2008 for Hulk 2/Incredible Hulk! and I for one am as exited as hell. But with no clear means of financing outside the Paramount deal how will they pay for this and Iron Man? If it's Man in suit well you seen the Thing in F4 movie which I'm not knocking. As the CGI Hulk in the first movie looked ropey in places, but overall CGI was the best way to capture the Hulk in his truest form. But with limited movement in a suit will it mean that the fights between Hulk & Abomination are just one punch and the other goes flying whereas the fights can be more complex with CGI. My only concern with CGI is they have to make sure they at the minimum they match the CGI Hulk from the first film, but should endevour to improve it. I want this to work and would not like to see corner's cut financially and as result have an unimpressive Hulk film. I want this film to work the first film is underated and in time will be a cult classic. I only hope that they can still get Eric Bana back.
     
  2. rodhulk Registered

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    CGI, the size, look, etc..... is the only way to go. At least, what I would like. I found the CGI in the first movie to be almost perfect, too. I can't wait for the sequel. :up:
     
  3. Sava Dont cry, my dear

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    CGI, Hulk looked great, if they had a bit more money, the CGI would have been flawless
     
  4. El Payaso Registered

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    People give the man in suit idea too much crap. I still say use the man in suit/animatronics for close ups and CGI for full body shots and action scenes. But,no point in it now if teh first had all CGI.
     
  6. The Kid AMERICA FTW

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    aint broke. don't fix it.

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    aint broke. don't fix it.

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    aint broke. don't fix it.

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    aint broke. DONT FIX IT!!!
     
  7. El Payaso Registered

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    Man in a suit.

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    Just no.
     
  8. IronMan_2005 Registered

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    YES!:up: More Jennifer Connelly please!

    Keep the CGI, everything looked fine, just change the purple shorts and everything is good to go
     
  9. Odin's Lapdog Registered

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    haha, some people actually still want a man in a suit who will look like he's having a hard time even dealing with a fire engine

    hahhahha


    *cough*thething*cough*



    if you want some pesky little thing doing impossible tasks, superman retrns will fulfill your needs.

    look how small he is compared to that aircraft wing and we are supposed to think he's got the right to have leverage over it.

    hehhehehe...

    :o

    LEAVE HULK OR HULK WILL CRUSH!!!
     
  10. Zimmy Registered

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    I'm all for CGI but for a different point of view...
    Watch the original ending for Scary Movie 3.
    They did this horrible spoof on The Hulk movie that they removed when Hulk wasn't a huge hit.
    Now, I'm not saying it is amazing effects but for the budget, it looked pretty good for a spoof movie.
    It was basically a guy in a suit using depth of field effects.
    A combination of that and CGI might work.
     
  11. Don Corleone Consigliere

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    no way, first off they didn't use it in SM3 because it sucked big time, and second of all, take the CGI of the original movie and add a few years technology on that, it can't be any worse, it could only get better :hulk:
     
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  13. Sava Dont cry, my dear

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    who the f**k voted for Man in Suit? :mad:
     
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    I prefer CGI Hulk to be return...it's a must.

    Iam pretty sure that they will take him back for the sequel.
     
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    CGI. if it was a man in suit it would be total garbage. do you really want it to end up like Juggernaut or the Thing? HULK NEEDS CGI TO BE HULK!
     
  16. co2 Registered

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    why is this even up for debate?
     
  17. AVEITWITHJAMON Badass Cloud

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    CGI, no question. CGI in Hulk was amazing, i could always tell what he was feeling through his facial expressions. Then came Kong, imagine what CGI will be like in 2008 when you see how good Kong was. And although H2 wont have £200 million budget, it also wont have a director that is payed $20 million, a big cast, and Hulk wont be 3 hours long or on screen as much as Kong was.
     
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    They should do it in stop motion animation. It would be photorealistic.
     
  19. Sava Dont cry, my dear

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    sure... while we are at it, why not just do it like a silent movie
     
  20. Odin's Lapdog Registered

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    in black and white
     
  21. co2 Registered

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    screw the movie....let's just have a pop-up book.
     
  22. terry78 My name is Stefan, sweet thang

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    Sure, and afterwards we can take a ride in my Model T while we wait for Alexander Graham Bell to invent something better than two cans tied together with a string. :o
     
  23. MR.Fixit Registered

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    the best way to go is the mighty joe young way.cgi,animatronics and man in suit.it got that movie effects nominations galore and that was in 1998.u put lou ferigno or another giant menace looking of a man in a suit and it works.Chiklis was a near perfect thing if it wasnt for him being 5'6".
     
  24. Bullseye Registered

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    CGI is the only way.
     
  25. BAH HUMBBUG! There's an invisible man

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    Man in suit, perferably one of the state puff marshmellow ones :up:
     

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