Discussion in 'Marvel's The Avengers' started by Thread Manager, Apr 22, 2012.
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I also believe MODOK would be right up Del Toro's alley. They could really do a creepy MODOK for the t.v. show. Also, I think it would make the show better NOT to have only Hulk going up against another powerhouse; that would get old really quickly. I mean, yeah, I wanna see an awesome Hulk vs fight but just not every single episode.
Yeah, I remember him being a prodigy. But, he was like what, early Thirties when he pushed Rick Jones into the ditch?
Why do you always announce it twice?
His robotic protocols require dual notifications in order to maintain authority within the Superherohype.
So, it's basically like Tyler Durden saying the second rule of fight club?
It's never been stated that I know, comic books rarely state ages of characters. Banner was most likely in his mid twenties to early thirties around that time.
Now this is thinking outside the box. Every fight should not be against powerhouses, I want high tech foes, along with monstrous and even spooky. The old 70's television show had a few episode of voodoo and ghostly psychological aspects.
I want to see Hulk interact with people too as a character.
I was thinking somewhere around there too.
But, with the MCU version of Hulk. We have 5 years of him as a fugitive after the Culver University incident, the events of TIH, and then another 2 two years without incident leading to TA. (Correct me if I'm wrong please)
I'm just trying to understand what they were planning if they were going for an early 20's version of the character in the TV show. If it's supposed to take place in the same realm of the MCU.
Your movie knowledge is correct.
However, early Del Toro interviews stated that the show wasn't going to exist in the movie universe, but where that will stand after everyone involved has their say, who can tell?
Yeah, we're playing the waiting game.
A little bit after May 4th, I'm sure we'll at least get more of an idea of what is in store for the big green guy.
The only concern I have with the show is presentation of the Hulk. Considering the budget will be considerably lower it's going to be hard to top the Hulk of Avengers when it comes to presenting a realistic-looking Hulk.
I just want another hulk movie.
The tv show will be good i'm sure, but I'd still like another shot at hulk.
Agreed. There are pros and cons to both really.
On hand, there's the budget limitations I mentioned, but a TV show allows for MUCH more development than we've received in any of the Hulk films.
Meanwhile, a movie allows for greater realization, visually, of Hulk and his rogues, but with the previous track record of the two movies' reception, I can see why Marvel is hesitant to put out a third.
The first post's link takes you to the first page of the 1,000 post thread that just closed.
The second post's link takes you to the first page of the 1,000 post thread that was closed before the last one.
So...this thread is labeled Part 8....the first link takes you the first post in Part 7....the second link takes you the first post in Part 6.
All hail C. Lee, envoy to the mighty Thread Manager.
He is the herald of Threadlatus.
Off topic but.Do you know when Ed Norton punches Brad Pitt in the ear
was actually real.Apparently the director pulled Norton to the side and asked him to hit Pitt for real to get a real response.
That's why you hear Pitt say...
"Ow you hit me in my ear!!!!"
lol i just found it on youtube. but i can't post it becasue he says the F word.
The name of the video is "Fight Club - Hit Me!" Just put in into the YouTube search.
9 years ago I made that?
I agree with this! And it seems like a greater possibility than has been recently reported. According to Total Film:
"It seems Ruffalo and Feige have discussed a standalone Hulk feature, with Feige stating: "When it'll be, who knows? But the conversation's definitely started".
Ruffalo added: "Im gonna try and get Joss Whedon in a room and work out what could be a Hulk movie, with Kevins blessing of course."
That's great, man. It's so cool to see Ruffalo pumped for more Hulk.
Reading all these positive reactions, I can't wait to see the Hulk in Action myself. Only one more day.
Hulk Smash Puny Aliens. Cannot wait.