X-Men: The Last Stand screenwriter Zak Penn, whose script for The Avengers was tossed out by Joss Whedon, now says the director’s version “turned out better”: “I think he did a fantastic job.”
Marvel has released sparse but tantalizing details about “Marvel’s Cinematic Universe: Phase One — Avengers Assembled,” a 10-disc limited-edition Blu-ray collection featuring all six of the studio’s movies to date.
Marvel has released a comprehensive timeline of its cinematic universe that charts events from Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man 2, Thor and Captain America: The First Avenger, all leading up to The Avengers.
The Avengers star Mark Ruffalo said he hopes there will be another Incredible Hulk solo film: “Why don’t we start an online petition for a Hulk movie?”
Network President Paul Lee said ABC is “aggressively” developing the two Marvel comics properties, and approaching The Hulk as “family entertainment.”
Family Guy paid homage to The Incredible Hulk this week with a shot-for-shot remake of the opening credits to the 1970s television series.
Hellboy director Guillermo del Toro and Battlestar Galactica executive producer David Eick reportedly are finalizing a deal to create the new Incredible Hulk TV series for Marvel and ABC. Del Toro will oversee the monster’s design, and direct the pilot if he’s available.
In a new interview, Disney CEO Robert Iger reveals that Marvel is developing not two but three live-action series for ABC and ABC Family. If previous reports are any indication, The Incredible Hulk and Cloak & Dagger are two of them. But what’s the third?
Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige has confirmed that Edward Norton will not reprise the role of Bruce Banner in the upcoming Avengers film, which “demands players who thrive working as part of an ensemble.” His replacement will likely be announced at Comic-Con.
When The Avengers assemble on the big screen in 2012, Edward Norton will not be among the roster. According to a report, Marvel has decided to part ways with the actor.